There’s no better reward than the one we get from our customers enjoyment. Bruce and Beverly (Vancouver) are so glad and comfortable in Sevilla that they are staying one extra month before jumping to their following destination. They want to enjoy the best season for staying in Seville. Spring is the season when most and main local festivities take place. Namely Feria de Abril, Semana Santa (Easter), etc.

Please take a look if you want to get their feedback from their experience in their own words at:

bevbrucelexi.blogspot.com

Besides, this is the most beautiful season as flower blossoms invade the city with colours and delicious smells. For those who don’t know, Seville streets are full of orange trees and Azahar blossoms, mixed with the heat that timidly appears in the central hours of the day, give the city a magical environment. You just should come to see.

Actually, I think that sending this picture to Beverly and Bruce helped them to decide they are staying a bit longer…

Orange Blossoms about to burst in a couple of weeks in Seville

Orange Blossoms about to burst in a couple of weeks in Seville

Last week we paid a must visit to El Barrio de Santa Cruz. This is a hotspot for tourists in the city, but this doesn’t mean that Sevillian people don’t enjoy the place. Notwithstanding, is the best place in the city for covering yourself from the extreme temperatures and heat we suffer in the summer. It’s narrow streets cover you from the sun, not being dark at all due to the powerful light we enjoy at the south of Spain.

Bruce and Beverly enjoying Arab ancient Baths

Bruce and Beverly enjoying Arab ancient Baths

The wonderful output of flowered patios, whispers of waters from ancient fountains all around, silent streets which can get busy and empty in a minute, and the magic of the oldest part of the city together with the obvious Arabic heritage you can feel walking its streets, take the traveller to a very unique experience in which you can be trapped for endless hours. Every time of the day has its magic and charm.

One of the narrow streets in the Jewish Quarter

One of the narrow streets in the Jewish Quarter

Combining your learning with this exposure to the culture will make you succed as student with us. We encourage you to join our intensive courses during Spring 2014.

Beautiful way of combining both learning and holiday time  in Seville.

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