What you should study spanish exactly in Malaga in Spain?

Malaga is a Spanish city in the southern part of the Iberian Peninsula on the western coast of the Mediterranean Sea. It is the birthplace of Pablo Picasso, the famous Spanish and French painter. The city is one of the oldest Mediterranean ports and the centre of the tourist region of the Costa del Sol with beautiful landscapes, beaches, and the sea.

Malaga boasts both its historical and cultural heritage. Walking through its streets, you can see with your own eyes one of the main tourist sights of Malaga - the Alcazaba, an ancient Moorish fortress; visit the most beautiful square of the city - the Plaza de la Merced and the pride of the city - the monumental Cathedral; admire one of the most important churches - the Basilica de Nuestra Senora de La Victoria and the legacy of the Roman past - the Roman theatre; visit the Picasso Museum, the house where the famous painter was born.

The city hosts many different festivals, music concerts, traditional fairs, exhibitions, among which the Holy Week, the San Juan festival, the festival of the Virgin of Carmen, the patroness of sailors, etc. are popular.

Studying in Malaga allows you to look right into the heart of Andalusian culture. The locals treasure the traditions and authentic Spanish culture. Here you will not only immerse into the Spanish language, but also get an unforgettable experience living in one of the sunny cities of Spain. In Malaga there is the University and several language schools that provide excellent conditions for studying. The most popular courses are summer language camps for children and teenagers, business Spanish, Spanish courses combined with the language study and immersion in local traditions and culture.

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