Learn Spanish in Granada

Spanish Courses in Granada

Study Spanish in Granada

¡Bienvenido a Granada! Possibly our favourite place to learn Spanish: home to the breathtaking Alhambra, the home of tapas with some of the best food in all of Spain. Not to mention the beautiful, bustling city centre with it's spectactular cathedral and old town. This could be the best place in all of Spain to do a Spanish course, where you can practice your Spanish after your lessons in some of the best tapas bars, or explore some of Spain's best-preserved history. Granada is located north-east of Málaga, some 400 kilometres south of the capital Madrid and at the foot of the Sierra Nevada mountains. The city is famous for its rich history that spans over 2,500 years. It became an important city under the Moors in the 13th century, and evidence of this can be seen throughout the city, not just in the Alhambra.

Granada is now a buzzing university city, and also a very popular place to learn Spanish. Our partner schools are all Cervantes certified and offer tailor-made courses to help beginners and advanced learners alike to improve their Spanish skills in a short amount of time. The immersive approach means that as much learning is done inside as outside the classroom: all of our courses are designed to incorporate interactive activities, such as local and regional excursions, that allow you to practice your Spanish skills in real-life situations.

Join us and embark on a transformative journey of language, culture, and personal growth in the heart of Andalusia. ¡Vamos a aprender español en Granada! Book your spot on a language course in Granada in 2024 now!

Spanish course packages in Granada

With so much choice, picking a Spanish course is never easy. Which is why we have created some package deals to help you. No hidden costs, just the full price for a Spanish course at Granada with all fees included!

An unforgettable Spanish learning experience

Whether spending the whole day exploring the Alhambra and the equally spectacular Generalife gardens, to sitting in the main square enjoying the delicious food, Granada is the perfect backdrop for a holiday and a Spanish language course. At Estudia-España, out team of Spain experts are here to help you to ensure that you pick the right course to suit your needs. Whether you're seeking to enhance your career prospects, connect with locals during your travels, or simply indulge in your passion for new languages and cultures, our Spanish courses in Granada offer an unforgettable experience!

Guide to Learning Spanish in Granada

Granada is a city rich in culture, history and cuisine! Here are some tips on how best to enjoy your stay here:

1. Indulge in the tapas

Granada is considered the home of this culinary tradition, and the small dishes are deeply ingrained in the city's culture. Hundreds of bars across the city offer a complimentary snack with each drink. These range from simple snacks such as olives or roasted almonds, to more elaborate dishes of freshly fried fish or meatballs. If you really want to connect with the local culture, find the busiest tapas bars at around 9-10pm and mingle with the locals over some delicious food!

2. Explore the Alhambra

The Alhambra and the adjacent Generalife gardens are the number one tourist attraction in Spain, and for good reason. Spend the day (or perhaps 2?) exploring the sprawling UNESCO heritate site, the spectacular palaces and the beautiful gardens, either on your own, of as part of a guided tour. Make sure you book your ticket early, as there are only a limited number of tickets available on the day. A ticket allows you access to all of the expansive Alhambra grounds all day. If you want to also visit the Nasrid palaces, you have to pay extra and will also be given a specific time-slot for entrance - don't be late! See our Alhambra visitor's guide for more information.

3. Take in the views of the Alhambra

In an around the city there are a number of vantage points to enjoy great views of the Alhambra. The most popular being the Mirador de San Nicolás. A beautiful square high up in the Albayzín neighbourhood offers panoramic views of the Alhambra, with the added bonus of the Sierra Nevada mountains as a backdrop. A number of restaurants around here also offer a terrace overlooking the palace complex, where you can enjoy the spectacular sunset over the Alhambra.

Another great vantage points include the Mirador de San Cristóbal - located higher up in the Albayzín neighbourhood, and slightly less crowded. Or if you want a more luxurious option, the 5* Hotel Alhambra Palace has a beautiful terrace with fantastic views.

4. Take a walk

Whether it's the narrow, winding streets of the Albayzín, or the riverside Carrera del Darro with it's historic buildings and great cafés with views of the Alhambra, Granada is best explored on foot. With the exception of the Albayzín, Granada is fairly flat, and easy to walk around. The abundance of shops, cafés and bars that you will discover along the way are just an added bonus!