Jewish and Arabic Influences on Spanish Culture
ALICIA COFFEY, BEN TSVIRINKO, JAVIER RIVERA
For grades 9-12
Enjoy an amazing adventure in Spain as you get to experience the unique cultural flavor of Madrid and the South of Spain. Start your immersion by visiting the Plaza Mayor in Madrid; have a ‘Tapas’ lunch while exploring the ‘Mercado of San Miguel’ and end your first day participating in a ‘Flamenco Dance Class’. All of this followed by trips to the cities of Cordoba, Granada and Seville where you will discover the mesmerizing Jewish and Arab influences in food, language and architecture. In Cordoba, tour and explore the Mezquite Cathedral, The Historic Centre of Cordoba and the Jewish Quarter. In Granada tour the historic Moorish quarter, The Alhambra Palace, and end your visit of Granada at the Arabic souk (bazaar). In Seville visit the Jewish Quarter Gothic Cathedral and the thousand-year-old, Royal Palace. You will also be able to improve your Spanish with near daily language classes and cultural trips.
REGISTRATION: In order to register for this course, please download the following documents. Please turn them in to the Director of Experiential Learning in a timely fashion.
Emergency & Faculty Contact information:
In the event of an emergency during an overnight trip, you can contact us at the following numbers. We will have direct access to all travel groups.
DURING SCHOOL HOURS:
Tree Corbett: 818.732.3000
Phu Tranchi: 818.732.3195
IN CASE OF EMERGENCY:
Rob Foster: firstname.lastname@example.org
Phu Tranchi: email@example.com