Let’s roam the Raval together! Or better yet, ravalejar it - a term adopted by locals to describe hanging out in this vibrant, diverse and lively district. The Raval is Barcelona's most ethnically diverse neighborhood, and a place where you'll find some of the best art museums in the city, eclectic shops and bars, urban gardens, street art, the most popular skateboarding square in the city, and so much more.


Women’s professional soccer has been taking off worldwide the past few years and FC Barcelona’s women’s team is currently dominating the field in Spain and Europe, and perhaps the world. Student's will enjoy an exciting match along with thousands of local aficionados!


Ruta de Autor guides lead students through a Monopoly-esque game around Old Town to learn about how the city’s history is inseparable from that of the Americas and colonialism. The game is meant to take a look at Barcelona’s history from a critical, decolonized lens in recognition of the wealth with which the former colonies provided Barcelona and Spain.


A night of traditional flamenco that reclaims inclusion and is a modern-day expression of the confluence of the queer, transvestite, and flamenco community that took place in the Raval and Poble-sec neighborhoods at the beginning of the 21st century.


Collserola is a mountain range between the rivers Besòs and Llobregat. In the park, over a thousand major plants and around thirty plant communities have been catalogued. This diversity allows for the existence of a rich and varied wildlife. This day excursion provides a break from the city noise, an opportunity of connecting with nature and to see the city from a different "point of view".


This city tour provides insight about the Jewish history of Barcelona; from the middle ages to today's contemporary Jewish culture. A walking tour of the Jewish Quarter that aims to raise awareness about the historical richness of the city. 


One of the best parts of being abroad in Barcelona is to be able to try and enjoy its world famous and tasty local food. We offer our students the opportunity to learn to cook some of the main Spanish traditional dishes. One of our most popular cultural activities in Barcelona!


The city of Barcelona is a very popular destination among international students for its happy combination of cultural richness and leisure options. Being a city founded by the Romans, we offer our students the opportunity to learn about its ancient cultural roots through a walking tour of its oldest part, "el barrio gótico". But we also introduce them to perspectives unlike the traditional, including LGBTQ+ and Decolonized Barcelona tours.  During these visits they discover and understand more about a city most of them will end up calling "my second home".