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Alicante is a summer paradise located on the beautiful Costa Blanca coastline in southeastern Spain. The city is known for its palm tree flanked boulevards, shopping streets, white sand beaches, and vibrant social life.

The average temperature is 18 °C, with mild winters and hot summers. This making it a perfect city choice for you who prefer life in the sun, near beautiful beaches. In Alicante, you will get a true Spanish experience among beautiful environments and fun events.

In Cádiz, you find some of Spain’s most beautiful beaches and one of the biggest carnivals in the country every year, that lasts for 11 days. This ancient coastal city is located in southwestern Spain and attracts tourists from all over the world.

If you are sporty, you are going to love it here. Try surfing, golf, or go for a run along the ocean. The city is highly popular among exchange students so you can expect to meet students from several different countries when studying here. The high school students often gather at the beach after school hours, where they hang out and have fun together.

Granada is a beautiful city located by the mountain chain Sierra Nevada in southern Spain. The city has more than 200.000 inhabitants, and students make up for a large number of them thanks to its popular university.

With its impressive history, Granada has become one of the most attractive cultural cities in Spain. Here you find must-visits such as Alhambra, Albaicín, and Catedral de Granada. Granada is also close to one of the best skiing resorts in Spain, so if you want to get the opportunity to go skiing during your exchange year, this is your choice!

Welcome to Madrid! The Spanish capital offers a fun and vibrant lifestyle in central Spain. With elegant boulevards, large parks, and plenty of tapas places and churro cafés, you will easily enjoy the big city life in Madrid.

More than three million people live here, making it the third largest city within the EU, after London and Berlin. The summers here are hot, while the winters are a bit cooler, with an average temperature of seven degrees. Perfect for you who loves the heat, but that does not mind cooling off a bit during the winter months, with other words!

With its lovely Mediterranean climate, many cultural events and universities, Seville attracts young people from both all over Spain and the world. This big city has near to 700.000 inhabitants and is full of both traditions and history, but also lively events throughout the year. Seville is famous for their flamenco dancing and the Feria de Abril de Sevilla (The Seville Fair). Make sure to watch a live game of one of their top teams, Sevilla FC and Betis, playing during your exchange year here!

As an exchange student in Seville, you live about an hour from the beaches along the Gulf of Cádiz, giving you a nice opportunity to visit the beach in the weekends. The annual average temperature in the city is 25 °C, with wet winters and dry summers.

Valencia is a coastal city in eastern Spain. It is Spain’s third-largest city, after Madrid and Barcelona, with nearly 800.000 inhabitants. You find plenty of beautiful nature and beaches surrounding the town, giving it a truly unique feel. And also, here you find some of the best paella in Spain!

Valencia is a perfect city for you who want to enjoy life near the beach, and maybe try out fun water activities such as sailing, kayaking or paddle surfing during your exchange year. The average temperature is 17 °C, with short, mild winters and long, hot summers.

Alicante is a summer paradise located on the beautiful Costa Blanca coastline in southeastern Spain. The city is known for its palm tree flanked boulevards, shopping streets, white sand beaches, and vibrant social life.

The average temperature is 18 °C, with mild winters and hot summers. This making it a perfect city choice for you who prefer life in the sun, near beautiful beaches. In Alicante, you will get a true Spanish experience among beautiful environments and fun events.

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In Cádiz, you find some of Spain’s most beautiful beaches and one of the biggest carnivals in the country every year, that lasts for 11 days. This ancient coastal city is located in southwestern Spain and attracts tourists from all over the world.

If you are sporty, you are going to love it here. Try surfing, golf, or go for a run along the ocean. The city is highly popular among exchange students so you can expect to meet students from several different countries when studying here. The high school students often gather at the beach after school hours, where they hang out and have fun together.

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Granada is a beautiful city located by the mountain chain Sierra Nevada in southern Spain. The city has more than 200.000 inhabitants, and students make up for a large number of them thanks to its popular university.

With its impressive history, Granada has become one of the most attractive cultural cities in Spain. Here you find must-visits such as Alhambra, Albaicín, and Catedral de Granada. Granada is also close to one of the best skiing resorts in Spain, so if you want to get the opportunity to go skiing during your exchange year, this is your choice!

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Welcome to Madrid! The Spanish capital offers a fun and vibrant lifestyle in central Spain. With elegant boulevards, large parks, and plenty of tapas places and churro cafés, you will easily enjoy the big city life in Madrid.

More than three million people live here, making it the third largest city within the EU, after London and Berlin. The summers here are hot, while the winters are a bit cooler, with an average temperature of seven degrees. Perfect for you who loves the heat, but that does not mind cooling off a bit during the winter months, with other words!

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With its lovely Mediterranean climate, many cultural events and universities, Seville attracts young people from both all over Spain and the world. This big city has near to 700.000 inhabitants and is full of both traditions and history, but also lively events throughout the year. Seville is famous for their flamenco dancing and the Feria de Abril de Sevilla (The Seville Fair). Make sure to watch a live game of one of their top teams, Sevilla FC and Betis, playing during your exchange year here!

As an exchange student in Seville, you live about an hour from the beaches along the Gulf of Cádiz, giving you a nice opportunity to visit the beach in the weekends. The annual average temperature in the city is 25 °C, with wet winters and dry summers.

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Valencia is a coastal city in eastern Spain. It is Spain’s third-largest city, after Madrid and Barcelona, with nearly 800.000 inhabitants. You find plenty of beautiful nature and beaches surrounding the town, giving it a truly unique feel. And also, here you find some of the best paella in Spain!

Valencia is a perfect city for you who want to enjoy life near the beach, and maybe try out fun water activities such as sailing, kayaking or paddle surfing during your exchange year. The average temperature is 17 °C, with short, mild winters and long, hot summers.

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