Our language school is close to the indoor market of Triana, which we’ll visit in the morning so that the students can do shopping. You’ll practice your Spanish purchasing different amounts and weights of local products and ingredients to prepare a typical Spanish dish.
Beneath the market lies the ruins of Saint George’s Castle, where the Court of the Inquisition used to sit. The inquisition took the building in 1481, although it was constructed during the Moorish area 1171.
The shopping trip is followed by a special experience: You’ll prepare a typical Spanish dish with your classmates and eat it later.