LGBTIQ+ Community in Granada

Sergio Pajares April 9, 2021

It is widely recognized that Granada is not London, Madrid or Barcelona. This is not a large city full of crowded areas and the olive trees surrounding the city may lead you to think this is simply a town. To be honest, many people still think this is… More

Learning Spanish in Spain

Sergio Pajares January 21, 2021

Michelle Obama once said that “you can’t make decisions based on fear and the possibility of what might happen.” Life is not easy at all and making decisions can be hard. For that reason, when thinking about studying abroad, you have to take into account… More

La Mercè 2020

Agustina Balacco September 23, 2020

Today is a special day in Barcelona! Apart from being the second day of fall, it’s also the day when Barcelona’s greatest event of the year begins: La Mercè 2020! La Mercè (also known as “Les Festes de la Mercè”) is the Festa Major of Barcelona, which… More

The National Day of Catalonia

Agustina Balacco September 7, 2020

The National Day of Catalonia is celebrated every year on September 11 to commemorate the defeat of 1714 in the War of Succession, when Barcelona, ​​with an army defender of the Archduke Carlos de Austria, gave up before the troops of Felipe V de… More

A hui hou, Granada!

Student Voices July 6, 2020

STUDENT: DILLON MATHEW-GILMORE PROGRAM: ARCADIA GRANADA, FALL 2019 HOMESCHOOL: HOLLINS UNIVERSITY It was a sunny day. We were very excited since our new students were coming to our lovely city. This first point of contact is always important since… More

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