Saturday 19 p.m. (UTC +2)
During our cultural evening, you will have the
opportunity to get to know your fellow students
and their culture during a short presentation and
share their typical recipes!
So let’s make it an unforgettable evening, come
well prepared, and make it lively and interactive!
In Spain we find an amalgam of traditions and festivities that make up a unique culture in the world, which throughout history has been greatly influenced by the cultures that have occupied its territory. The Spanish have lived in a constant process of cultural clash that has resulted in one of the most unique cultures on the planet. We tell you about some of the most important Spanish customs and festivities.
The siesta is an aspect that attracts the attention of some travellers visiting Spain. It consists of a 20-30 minute break after lunch.
Food is part of Spanish culture. For the people of this country, celebrations such as birthdays always take place around a table with friends and family. So much so, that some meals can go on for hours.
Flamenco is the best known musical genre in Spain. However, it is not typical of the whole Spanish territory, but its tradition is concentrated in the south of the country. This folkloric genre is divided into three parts: singing, dancing and guitar playing.
Here can learn about the cultures of the different participants.!
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