Last weekend students taking the BUSP370 Brand Barcelona course visit the city of Marseille in France.
Known to the ancient Greeks and Romas as Massalia, Marseille was the most important trading center in the region and the main commercial port of the… More
Last Friday students taking the SPAN350 Spain Today course had the opportunity to visit Zaragoza, a city in the province of Aragon where they discover its gastronomy, history and culture.
Founded as an outpost of the Roman Empire in 24 B.C., its original… More
La Vella Quaresma is the time that it runs from Ash Wednesday until Holy Week.
Currently, despite the fact that Lent has lost its intensity for securing society, Old Lent is still in force and adopts new forms of representation and celebration so we… More
This week, some of our students had opportunity to take a class of Rumba Catalana; one of the most typical and cheerful dances here in Catalonia!
Catalan Rumba, also known as Gypsy Rumba, is not flamenco, pop or rock music. It is a way of living, sensing… More
Between the 16th and early 17th centuries, Barcelona's Carnival was one of the tops in all of Europe – more for its wild reputation than for its roots in tradition – but all that disappeared under Franco. Seven years ago, Barcelona decided to bring back… More