Madrid, Barcelona, and Seville
Be ready to walk in Spain! To the Metro, to the bus stop, to the various markets, to get a coffee, out at night, pretty steady walking in this country is the norm. Throughout Spain there are massive centuries old cathedrals and palaces (what seems to never make it in print is that they are almost always under construction!) Might seem boring but there are museums to visit, as well as cooking and flamenco dance classes to take. (Salads are just dressed with oil and vinegar and salt, but somehow taste better than any salad you will make at home) And we can’t write about Spain without mentioning the iconic and legendary nightlife: nothing really happens until midnight, at the earliest, and closing time is well after the sun comes up. Every club at some point will play songs from Grease and old Abba tunes, not kidding here, and there is no irony either. Our three program cities are below, chosen because we have found better internships in these cities.