Málaga without group leaders – Hostel

5 days / 4 nights 322 €
School trip to Malaga:
A city that has inspired some well-known artists, such as Pablo Picasso or Antonio Banderas is worth a visit. Its wide choice of museums, its beaches and its typical food make Malaga being an ideal destination for any kind of trip.
  • Accommodation Inturjoven Málaga Hostel: situated 15 minutes away from the city centre, it is an ideal place as it is tranquil, but still close to all programmed activities. Typical food is always on the menu! (Subject to availability)
  • Activities Guided visits to Málaga and its main monuments and places of interest. Games and leisure activities.
    • Meals Half board included.
      Full board supplement: +18€
    • Without group leaders The group of students will be accompanied by their teachers, who will have all the necessary information to coordinate the activities and visits.
      Supplement for certified group leaders 24/7: +76€
    Málaga without group leaders – Hostel.

    This program includes a wide range of activities that will make the participants dive deep into Andalusian and Spanish culture, addressing several different aspects: history, dance, gastronomy, art… This way, they are provided a complete overview of how Málaga is defined today. As a fully immersive experience, students will be required to draw on the linguistic resources within reach in order to communicate and practise everything they have previously learnt.

    What do you think? Shall we begin discovering Málaga together?

    Upon your arrival, we will be waiting for you at the Málaga Airport. From there, we will go, in our private bus, to the hostel. After lunch, we will begin discovering the city with a guided tour around the main neighbourhoods and monuments.

    Afterwards, we will go to the hostel, where we will have time to check in and relax a little bit.

    After waking up, getting ready and having breakfast at the hostel, we will head to the Alcazaba and the Castle of Gibralfaro. The Alcazaba is a palace fortress of Muslim origin that provides access to the Castle of Gibralfaro. This castle was built for protection purposes in the 14th century. From its ramparts we can enjoy some awe-inspiring views of the city.

    Then, we will go to the beach, where we will have time to have lunch, and when we have rested for a bit, we will do an exciting scavenger hunt with our instructors. And then, free time to sunbathe, swim or have ice-cream… it’s up to you!

    Today in the morning we will go visit the Museum of Popular Arts. It’s an ethnographic centre where we will get to know a bit more about the history of Málaga, through its different exhibits detailing the traditional customs: pottery, textile works, silversmithing…

    In the afternoon, we are going to learn how to cook some traditional Spanish recipes! We will begin by learning all the ingredients and the necessary instructions, while our chefs make all students participate according to each one’s skill set.

    For our last day in Málaga, we are going to visit Pablo Ruiz Picasso’s birthplace: a building that now houses the Picasso Foundation. We will discover a part of the artist’s life and artwork through workshops and activities. When we finish, we will go for a walk to the Square of the Constitution and the Customs Palace.

    We will have lunch at Málaga Park and then, we will enjoy our last afternoon freely to go shopping, buy some souvenirs or eat an ice-cream, it’s up to you!

    This amazing trip is coming to an end… so, after breakfast, we will have time to pack our things and head to the airport.

    We hope to see you soon! Have a safe journey back!

     

    1. The program includes The program includes
      • Accommodation in hostel (dormitories), 4 nights.
      • Half board (breakfast and dinner).
      • All the activities detailed in the program.
      • All the specific material for each activity.
      • Transfer from/to the airport (including return trip).
      • All transport during the trip: private coach and/or public transport.
      • Travel insurance, civil liability insurance and medical insurance.
      • 2 free-of-charge teachers/chaperones.
      • Welcome gift.
    2. Activities Activities
      • Guided visit to Málaga
      • Visit to the Alcazaba and the Castle of Gibralfaro
      • Spanish Cooking Workshop
      • Visit to the Museum of Popular Arts
      • Visit to Picasso’s birthplace
    3. Optional services Optional services
      • Would you like to add anything else? Let us know!
    4. To take into account To take into account
      • This program is completely adaptable to the arrival and departure flight times.
      • The program can be personalized by adding or removing activities. It can also undergo unavoidable changes, although this would always be previously communicated and agreed upon with the client.
      • The quote has been calculated on a base rate of 30 students + 2 teachers.
      • The total price can vary depending on eventual price changes by our suppliers or due to the lack of availability in the detailed accommodation.

    Upon your arrival, we will be waiting for you at the Málaga Airport. From there, we will go, in our private bus, to the hostel. After lunch, we will begin discovering the city with a guided tour around the main neighbourhoods and monuments.

    Afterwards, we will go to the hostel, where we will have time to check in and relax a little bit.

    After waking up, getting ready and having breakfast at the hostel, we will head to the Alcazaba and the Castle of Gibralfaro. The Alcazaba is a palace fortress of Muslim origin that provides access to the Castle of Gibralfaro. This castle was built for protection purposes in the 14th century. From its ramparts we can enjoy some awe-inspiring views of the city.

    Then, we will go to the beach, where we will have time to have lunch, and when we have rested for a bit, we will do an exciting scavenger hunt with our instructors. And then, free time to sunbathe, swim or have ice-cream… it’s up to you!

    Today in the morning we will go visit the Museum of Popular Arts. It’s an ethnographic centre where we will get to know a bit more about the history of Málaga, through its different exhibits detailing the traditional customs: pottery, textile works, silversmithing…

    In the afternoon, we are going to learn how to cook some traditional Spanish recipes! We will begin by learning all the ingredients and the necessary instructions, while our chefs make all students participate according to each one’s skill set.

    For our last day in Málaga, we are going to visit Pablo Ruiz Picasso’s birthplace: a building that now houses the Picasso Foundation. We will discover a part of the artist’s life and artwork through workshops and activities. When we finish, we will go for a walk to the Square of the Constitution and the Customs Palace.

    We will have lunch at Málaga Park and then, we will enjoy our last afternoon freely to go shopping, buy some souvenirs or eat an ice-cream, it’s up to you!

    This amazing trip is coming to an end… so, after breakfast, we will have time to pack our things and head to the airport.

    We hope to see you soon! Have a safe journey back!

     

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