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Seville

The Andalusian capital will enchant you with the beauty of its streets and the kindness of its people.

Find historical treasures and unforgettable experiences

Seville stands out for being a sunny city , full of life and history. Its spring festivities attract thousands of people: its Holy Week is the best known in Spain and the Feria de Abril is for many the event of the year.

Seville has countless stories to tell and of emblematic places to visit:the Real Alcazar, the Plaza de España, the Torre del Oro, the Cathedral, the neighborhood of Santa CruzTriana and different palaces such as the Casa de Pilatos or the Palacio de Dueñas. All these places are full of color and history and they surprise people of all ages, Seville being unanimously considered one of the most beautiful cities in Spain.

The architectural beauty of its monuments, its more than 300 days of sunshine a year and its wide range of leisure activities make it a unrivaled city.

Our school Carlos V is located in a privileged location in the neighborhood of Los Remedios, only 10 minutes walking from the center of Seville and with the subway stop in front, as well as numerous bus lines that connect with all parts of the city.

Our classrooms have all the technical means and audiovisual means necessary to provide quality language teaching. Additionally, our facilities are designed to optimize learning with reception and waiting areas,student services area and exterior classrooms withgreat natural day light.

Contact Information

Avda. República Argentina, 27B 1st Floor

+34 954 063 174
+34 910 051 111

+34 640 958 919

infosevilla@carlosveducation.com

Reception

Waiting Room and Library

Cooking Workshop Room

Meeting Room

Rest Room

Accommodation Management

Visa Management

Number of classrooms: 23

Capacity: 273

Airport Transfers

Accompaniment

DELE Examination Organization and SIELE

ERASMUS+ Internship Management

Coffee Machines and Vending Machines


Mónica González

Academic Coordination

Mónica González


Noelia Murcia

Academic Management and Facilities

Noelia Murcia


Yasmina Haddad

Individual students and local manager

Yasmina Haddad


María Rengel

Group Coordination

María Rengel


Carmelo López

Student Services

Carmelo López


Maurizio Morichi

Student Services

Maurizio Morichi


Sofía Navarra

Local Management

Sofía Navarra


Susana Llani

Accommodations

Susana Llani


Elodie Lafond

French teacher

Elodie Lafond


Sam Shepherd

English teacher

Sam Shepherd


Steve Fiorelli

English teacher

Steve Fiorelli


Birte Sanders

German teacher

Birte Sanders


Laura Fernández

German teacher

Laura Fernández


Anja Gelsdorf

German teacher

Anja Gelsdorf


Mª Carmen Cordero

German and Spanish teacher

Mª Carmen Cordero


J. Luis Villarreal

Summer Programs Tour Leader

José Luis Villarreal


Ignacio Cayetano

Tour Leader

Ignacio Cayetano


Pablo Gutiérrez

Cooking Workshop

Pablo Gutiérrez


Rocío García

Spanish teacher

Rocío García


Marcos Ibáñez

Spanish teacher

Marcos Ibáñez


Mar Rico

Spanish teacher

Mar Rico


Ana Beatriz Alba

Spanish teacher

Ana Beatriz Alba


Francisco Rodríguez

Spanish teacher

Francisco Rodríguez


Jels B. Arcilla

English teacher

Jels B. Arcilla

Explore Seville in a unique way with our exciting variety of cultural activities and excursions. From stunning monuments to charming hidden corners, each experience is designed to immerse you in the city’s rich history and vibrant culture.

Our expert local guides will accompany you every step of the way, sharing their knowledge and passion for this fascinating city. Whether you prefer to explore the ancient royal palaces, stroll through the lively markets or enjoy a flamenco show, we have something for everyone.

Metropol Parasol “Las Setas”
Setas [martine87 en Pixabay]

Metropol Parasol “Las Setas”

Architect Jürgen Mayer left his mark on Seville with the world’s largest wooden construction, popularly known as “Las Setas”. This unique viewpoint offers a unique perspective of Seville from above, providing an unforgettable experience.

Meeting Point:
Plaza de
la Encarnación

Duration:
1h approx.

Type of activity:
Panoramic view

Alcázar [Juan Rubiano CC BY-NC-ND 2.0]

Visit to the Real Alcazar

The Real Alcázar is a cultural heritage of humanity site and one of the most inhabited places of ancient Europe, as the royal family still resides there when they visit the city. It’s a walled complex of palaces built in different historical stages and has been the setting for movies and series like Game of Thrones.

The unique architecture of its halls transports visitorsto bygone eras, also touring its patios full of fountains and tiles. This architectural treasure, with its mix of styles and history, with its Mudejar details and lush gardens, is a fascinating journey through the history of Spain.

Meeting point:
Lion's Gate

Duration:
2h aprox.

Type of activity:
cultural visit

Catedral Sevilla [Posible2006 CC BY 3.0]

Cathedral of Seville

The Cathedral of Seville is the third largest in the world, declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. Its Gothic vaults and rich iconography decorate its chapels both Gothic and Renaissance. The patio of the orange trees offers calmness and serenity, creating a little oasis in this monumental building in the shadow of the Giralda, symbol of Seville.

Meeting Point:
La Giralda, Plaza Virgen
de los Reyes (s/n)

Duration:
2h aprox.

Type of activity:
cultural visit

Barrio de Santa Cruz Calle Vida [CarlosVdeHabsburgo CC BY-SA 4.0]

Tour through Santa Cruz neighborhood

The unique charm of the Barrio de Santa Cruz makes it one of the most outstanding places in Seville. Its narrow streets and squares form an inspiring setting where every corner hides a surprise, from courtyards filled with fountains and flowers to alleyways that invite contemplation. Santa Cruz exudes a unique atmosphere, transporting visitors back in time and creating an experience that lingers in the memory.

Meeting point:
La Giralda, Plaza Virgen
de los Reyes (s/n)

Duration:
2h aprox.

Type of activity:
cultural visit

Taller de Flamenco Sevilla [Carlos V Education]

Flamenco workshop

Flamenco is a fundamental pillar of Andalusian culture. Our workshop allows participants to learn some steps in a school in the emblematic neighbourhood of Triana, cradle of flamenco. Taught in English or Spanish by experts in guitar, singing and dance, this workshop will immerse participants in the essence of flamenco.

Several locations
possible (please consult)

Duration:
1h aprox.

Type of activity:
Artistic and traditional

Triana Calle Betis [Ayto de Sevilla]

Tour through Triana neighborhood

This famous and unique neighborhood is located just two minutes from the Language School Carlos V and is connected to the city center by the famous Triana bridge. It’s old house of potters and sailors and cradle of flamenco artists. Participants will be able learn about its history, traditions, gastronomy and way of life. A unique atmosphere that vibrates with the joy of its inhabitants. The church of Santa Ana, the typical houses, the views from Betis Street and the richly decorated patios make this neighborhood a must-see for every visitor.  

Meeting point:
Metro Plaza de Cuba

Duration:
2h aprox.

Type of activity:
Historical Tour

Taller de Cocina Sevilla [Carlos V Education]

Cooking workshop

Participants will have the opportunity to immerse themselves in Spanish culture through its delicious food. They will learn how to prepare typical dishes such as potato omelette, paella and gazpacho, while practicing vocabulary and Spanish expressions related to cooking and food. The workshop will be led by an experienced chef instructor. At the end of the session, everyone will be able to enjoy a delicious meal that they will have prepared themselves.

Meeting point:
Idiomas Carlos V
Avda. República
Argentina 27B

Duration:
2h aprox.

Type of activity:
Gastronomic Experience

Plaza de España [Daniela Fazendeiro en Pexels]

Tour through Plaza de España

Starting from Puerta Jerez, you can admire the regionalist architecture of the Hotel Alfonso XIII before arriving at the University of Seville, the former Tobacco Factory. Then it will be the turn of the Plaza de España, built in 1929 for the Iberoamericana Exposition, an impressive place that should not be missed on a trip to Seville. It will end with a visit to the María Luisa Park, a perfect place for a walk.

Meeting point:
Metro Puerta Jerez

Duration:
2h aprox.

Type of activity:
Tourist Tour

Kayak Río Guadalquivir [Heparina1985 CC BY.SA 4.0]

Kayak ride

The objective of this activity is to enjoy the city from a new perspective. First, there will be a brief explanation on how to pedal and steer the kayak and, later, take a tour where part of the history of Seville and the Golden Age of Spanish navigation will be explained, the circumnavigation of Magellan and Elcano and the voyage to America. A pleasant and refreshing activity for the summer. There will also be group games.

Meeting point:
Camino de los
Descubrimientos (s/n)

Duration:
2h aprox.

Type of activity:
Aquatic Activity
Outdoors

Archivo de Indias [Anual CC BY-SA 4.0]

Visit to the Archive of the Indias

The Archive of the Indias was created in 1785 at the request of King Juan Carlos III, with the aim of centralizing in a single place the documentation relating to the administration of the Spanish overseas territories until then dispersed in various archives, located in Simancas, Cadiz and Seville. This documentary treasure is a historical place and emblematic of Seville.

Meeting point:
Avda. of the
Constitución

Duration:
1h 30 min. aprox

Type of activity:
Cultural

Torre del Oro [Manuel Ramallo en Pixabay]

Visit to the Torre del Oro

The Torre del Oro is an Arab tower located on the banks of the Guadalquivir, next to the Bullring Plaza of the Real Maestranza. Possibly its name refers to its golden shine that was reflected on the river. 

Its main function was to close the passage to the sandy area from the river, forming a wall along with its neighbour Torre de la Plata, thus defendin the Alcázar palace. Inside it you will visit the Naval Museum, inaugurated in 1944 and divided into two floors of small dimensions.

 

Meeting point:
Paseo de Cristóbal Colón,
a la altura de la Torre del Oro

Duration:
1h 30 min. aprox

Type of activity:
Cultural

Sevilla Nocturna [CC0]

Mysterious Seville Tour

Legends enrich our historical heritage, constituting part of the culture and the tradition of a city like Seville. Legends are not just stories, but that contain many interesting data and contributions that continue to be transmitted from generation to generation. Telling a legend means preserving part of the history of a place.

 

Meeting point:
Plaza Virgen de los Reyes

Duration:
2h

Type of activity:
Cultural Tour

Itálica [Diego Delso CC BY-SA]

Excursion to Italica

On this half-day excursion you will visit the Roman city of Italica, cradle of the emperors Hadrian and Trajan, founded in 206 BC by General Publius Cornelius Scipio. The visit includes about 50 private houses and 6 public buildings, among others, and the very well preserved amphitheater.

During the visit, you will be able to see the remains of buildings characteristic of the Roman period, mosaics, schools, drainage systems, thermal baths and amphitheaters, among others.

Meeting point:
Idiomas Carlos V,
Avda. República
Argentina, 27B

Duration:
4h aprox.

Type of activity:
Historic Tour

Azulejos Plaza España [Alex B en Pixabay]

Pottery Workshop

In this workshop the history of the tile is explained based on a historical introduction of ceramics and a demonstration of the techniques that have been used since the Middle Ages. The objective of the workshop is to decorate a tile with glazes and different techniques. The tiles will be picked up the next day, after they have gone through the oven to dry. The participants will be able to take their tiles home, made by themselves. It’s a workshop that is fun and dynamic where you can learn one of the oldest and most important traditions of Seville.

 

Meeting point:
Barro Azul,
Calle Alfarería, 9

Duration:
2h aprox.

Type of activity:
Artistic experience
and Creative

Casa de Pilatos [Jl FilpoC CC BY-SA]

Casa de Pilatos visit

The Casa de Pilatos, declared a national monument in 1931, presents a mix of Gothic and Mudejar styles from the late Middle Ages, as well as novelties from the Renaissance, whose implementation in Seville occurred thanks to the close relationship of the Enríquez family of Ribera with Italy.

Today, visitors can marvel at one of the most imposing and beautiful private residences of the city: the House of Pilatos stands like a palace that captivates anyone with its splendor and charm, representing a living testimony of an era and a place where everyone would like to reside.

Meeting point:
Plaza de Pilatos

Duration:
2h aprox.

Type of activity:
Cultural

Show Flamenco Sevilla [Carlos V Education]

Flamenco show

Participants will attend a show by an International School of Flamenco Art, which offers a truly unique and unforgettable experience. A show where to find the roots of flamenco in a room full of inspiration with a guitarist, a bailaor, a bailaora (flamenco dancer) and a cantaor (flamenco singer).

Meeting point:
Several locations
available (check)

Duration:
1h aprox.

Type of activity:
Cultural and
Artistic Experience

Centro Sevilla [jacqueline macou en Pixabay]

Historical center tour

On this tour you will visit the historic centre of Seville, which houses medieval and renaissance buildings, such as the Cathedral of Seville (Gothic style) and the Real Alcázar (dating back to the Muslim period and became a Christian palace).

It is one of the three largest historic centres in Europe and the place with most of the tourist attractions of the city. The participants will walk through the narrow streets with lively venues offering flamenco shows.

Meeting point:
Paseo de Cristóbal Colón,
at the Torre del Oro

Duration:
2h aprox.

Type of activity:
Cultural Tour

Cádiz Costa y Catedral [Paul Edney en Pixabay]

Excursion to Cadiz

Cadiz is a city of great history, located on the southern coast of the Peninsula. Walking through its streets is to be transported to Phoenician and Roman times and Arabs, although archaeological remains are scarce. With its ancient Roman theater, its imposing castles and its baroque style Cathedral, Cadiz is a city with a lot of charm. The “Barrio de la Viña” is known for being the meeting point during the carnival season and will also be visited on this excursion to an unforgettable city.

Meeting point:
Escuela de Idiomas
Carlos V Sevilla,
Avda. República Argentina 27B

Duration:
8h aprox.

Type of activity:
Cultural and Touristic Excursion

Mezquita y Puente Romano [Makalu en Pixabay]

Excursion to Cordoba

Cordoba is an ancient Roman city and one of the most important Islamic centers of Andalusia. Its mosque was declared World Heritage of Humanity by UNESCO in 1984 and its historic center was included a few years later. One of its most outstanding festivities, “Los Patios de Córdoba”, has been on the list of intangible cultural-historical heritage since 2012. This tour includes a guided visit of the Mosque and of the Jewish quarter, accompanied by an official guide.

Meeting point:
Escuela de Idiomas
Carlos V Sevilla,
Avda. República Argentina 27B

Duration:
8h aprox.

Type of activity:
Cultural and Touristic Excursion

From Carlos V Education we offer various accommodation options for our students, carefully evaluated by our team of professionals to guarantee a comfortable and top-quality environment. These accommodations are easily accessible to the school by public transportation and within a maximum distance of 30 minutes. There is a choice of full board or half board accommodation.

We have cultivated close relationships with many of our suppliers over the years, ensuring trust, professionalism and tranquility. We believe that they are the ideal places for our students to stay, providing them with a feeling of being at home.

Benefits of types of Accommodation:

Accommodation in student residences
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  • Social relationships: students will be able to meet people from other parts of Spain and of the world, providing the opportunity to make friends and to improve their Spanish.
  • More services: the residences offer additional services such as dining rooms, gyms, swimming pools and game rooms.
  • Privacy and independence: the residences offer greater flexibility in hours, allowing students to enjoy their time with greater freedom.
Accommodation with Spanish Families
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  • Careful selection: Our team chooses and to checks the conditions of the home, ensuring that the families are ideal for our students. 
  • Intercultural links: Our families have hosted students for years, creating connections that ensure an environment full of trust, security and warmth. In addition, cultural immersion will be complete by living day to day in a home with local people.
  • Flexibility of choice: Students can opt for double or individual rooms and the accommodation includes cleaning and laundry services.