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Considered to be the oldest extant city in the western world, Cádiz was founded by the Phoenicians over 3,000 years ago! Since those early days, Cádiz has long been coveted for its prime location on a peninsula-island and boasts one of Spain's most important and historical ports. In fact, Christopher Columbus set sail several times from Cádiz en route to the Americas.
Modern Cádiz offers an eclectic mix of goodies to visitors and locals alike. The town's lively bars, fantastic museums, bustling commercial activity, and jaw-dropping Cathedrals typical of any prized European city complement its great beaches, sweeping views of the sea and long, palm-lined promenades.
While its rowdy and entertaining Carnaval festivities have earned Cádiz a spot on the tourist radar, the city's biggest draw is actually its laid-back, easy-going vibe. Amble through the winding cobblestone alleys of the old quarter, admire buildings with their pastel-colored façades, take in sweeping views of the sea, enjoy the fresh sea breeze...you'll inevitably find yourself charmed by the city and its treasures.
Ancient history, cosmopolitan Europe, intimate port life and a vibrant social scene meld seamlessly here, making Cádiz a wonderful study abroad destination.
Our partner school in Cádiz is conveniently located on a tranquil pedestrianized street right in the city's historic quarter. Surrounded by restaurants, cafés, plazas, bars and shops, our school is also a mere 5 minutes from the beach!
Housed in a historic but renovated 19th-century building, our school is cozy and friendly and boasts modern interior facilities, which feature:
Minimum age to study abroad in Cádiz: 17 years old
Staying with a host family in Cádiz and participating in their day-to-day life is the best way to learn the language and discover Spain's culture. You will stay in a single or double room with either half or full board.
Student Apartment - Shared Flat
Enforex also has several apartments that we rent out exclusively to our students. Apartments are furnished and include a fully-equipped kitchen so you can prepare your own meals. You can choose between a single, or if you are 2 people traveling together, choose a double room. There is no meal plan available.
The staff at our Spanish school in Cádiz encourages students to both practice their Spanish and learn more about Andalucía's fascinating culture. That's why we organize a complete social calendar; a typical week includes the following activities, some free of charge:
We also plan out weekend excursions to give our students the opportunity to discover and explore the wealth of destinations right around Cádiz. Popular weekend excursions include:
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