If you are planning to visit Madrid and you are interested in art in general, I would personally recommend you to visit “El Museo del Prado”. It is one the most important museums we have in Spain as it has a great and amazing collection of paintings from all sort of styles and ages.
Despite the fact that I haven’t had the opportunity to go recently, during my last time there I was truly impressed… I just couldn’t believe I was having the opportunity to see all those pieces of art in one place: Velazquez, Ribera… Increible!
At the time I was studying history of art at the Valencia University and these visits were the perfect opportunity for me to see in reality what I was studying. I was extremely happy, extremely happy!
In the last days I have been following the museum’s activities on twitter and youtube and it is regularly posting videos and photos that will make you think about art from a different perspective to the one you might now. It is worth to check them and follow them.
The following is a video in which you can get a general idea of how the museum is so… have a look and let me know what you think 😉
It’s clear to me that Spain is the first choice for many of my students to practice their favourite sport: golf.
The combination of great weather, our amazing Mediterranean food and good resources for the sport makes Spain the perfect destination.
It is not surprising that La Costa del Sol has some of top golf courses in all Europe and some people calls it “La Costa del Golf”… funny!
At the moment you can find lots of golf related holidays packages online and some of you might be very familiar with those sites. The exciting thing for me about this golf culture it is that lots of you are taking these trips to the next level and getting to learn the language and interact much more with the Spanish people. That´s great! and we Spanish love it!
From my point of view it is the best actitud. Spanish people are very friendly and open to conversation so… go for it.
Some of my students (Bob, Andrew, Geoff, Brian…) are already trying hard and feeling the progress and their improvement. That really makes me very proud because every time they come back from Spain they are more confident and determine to keep learning.
The one to one tuition keeps them practicing, talking and learning new things every lesson.