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Activities, news and live related from our students and Granada to enjoy and learn Spanish.


4 new connections at Granada’s Airport.

From this December it will be possible to fly to/from Gran Canaria, Santa Cruz de Tenerife, Bilbao and Paris… Great news for the travel lovers!

Discover Granada: Tapas tour

As part of our weekly programme of activities, last Thursday IMSOL organized a new trip of tapas for all our students. They have been accompanied by the teacher Mª Ángeles Madrigal. The trip had as main object one of most important areas of Granada: the Realejo’s neighborhood. Here the group tasted tapas in a local…

DELE certificate and IMSOL.

The Instituto Mediterráneo Sol is a Spanish school situated in the centre of Granada  which offers its students  – of any age and level –  courses in Spanish during all the year. Our school presents many different benefits, including the preparation for DELE’s exam from one week and all over the year. Nowadays Spanish is…

5 Memory Hacks for Better Studying

When it comes to learning Spanish, remembering large lists of vocabulary is essential. This can seem like a daunting task at first, but there are a few methods you can use to make the whole thing easier. Try out these memory 5 hacks to study more effectively. Repetition   Simply repeating something over and over will get in…

Professional Advantages to study Spanish

According to an article published in U.S. News and World Report, people who speak more than one language have greater success in business than people who speak only one language.

Thinking About Learning a New Language? Choose Spanish

People have a variety of reasons for choosing to study a new language. Some people want to communicate while they travel, others are interested in business benefits, and some simply enjoy a challenge.

Federico García Lorca, the face of Spain.

While you are discovering a new city, it is always interesting to find out about famous people who were born in that place. Granada hosts one of the most famous poet and writer of Spain: Federico García Lorca. Federico García Lorca (1898–1936) was born near Granada in the village of Fuente Vaqueros, surrounded by social…

Erasmus, a life experience all over Europe.

Nowadays Erasmus is a very common experience in many European’s Universities. Every year millions of students move to other countries living some months in close contact with other cultures, languages and other students who are attending the same experience.  Now, what does it mean Erasmus and in which way it can affect the student?  …

Spanish for everyone! Customized Spanish courses in Granada

Our Spanish school Instituto Mediterráneo Sol in Granada offers a big variety of different Spanish courses. We customize our courses and adapt them to your wishes and needs, so that we will find a course for all tastes, levels or ages.   We have just spent a very nice month with to special students in…

The origin of the name of Granada

Why is Granada called after the fruit? The city of Granada has a long and interesting story, full of legends, that make us love her even more.

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