Widely known for Flamenco music and dance, bullfights, fantastic beaches and lots of sunshine, Spain has much more to offer than that. It has been for many years one of the centres of culture in Europe.
Each year, we have more and more positions available thanks to partnerships we have with more than 250 hotels and resorts. From this unique experience, you will get many advantages: on one hand, you will improve your language skills, and on the other hand, you will live and work in Spain fully immersed in its culture.
Spain: delicious food, beautiful beaches and a lot of sun. A great destination to spend a few weeks, especially during the summer months.
The Spanish coast is about 2.485,48 miles long along wonderful seas. In the north of the coastline lies the Bay of Biscay. In the east and south of the coastline lies the Mediterranean Sea and in the west and south lies the Atlantic Ocean. These three seas are appreciated by millions of tourists.
You’ve already been selected and you know where you are going to do your internship, so it is time to look how to get to Spain. The easiest way is of course by airplane. There are low cost airlines: you can book your ticket fast and easily. Good luck with your research!
The spanish culture
Spain has an extraordinary artistic heritage. The dominant characters of the Golden Age were the Toledo-based artists El Greco and Diego Velázquez. Francisco de Goya emerged in the 18th century as the Spain’s most prolific painter and he produced some wonderful portraits of royalty. Art in the early 20′s has been influenced by a remarkable group of Spanish artists: Pablo Picasso, Juan Gris, Joan Miró and Salvador Dalí, ambassadors of the artistic culture in Spain.
Spain’s hottest months are June to September. In the North, summer weather ranges from warm to agreeable cool. Contrary to the North, the Center and the South of Spain is always hit by extremely high temperatures and heat waves. During winter, the month of January is the coldest one, from December until March the weather is quite cold, which is a great opportunity for skiing. Even thought the winter is very cold, compared to other countries, Spanish winters are milder.
Food is more than a need in Spain. Actually, it is a way of life. Tapas are probably one of the most admired and imitated concept of Spanish cuisine around the world, inspiring thousands of bars and restaurants.
From the countless reasons that can spur students to do an internship in Spain, without mentioning Paella or Corrida, nightlife is undoubtedly the most attractive aspect of Spain. Indeed Spain has the reputation to be joyful and very convivial. The Spanish, more than any other people like to go out and the “calor” (warmth) of their nights (even in winter) is well known! To experiment it, visitors have to be aware of the basic rules of a Spanish night and to be prepared to the intensive rhythm of a Spanish night.