Study Abroad in Madrid, Spain

Study Abroad in Madrid: Itinerary

August 29, 2019 | December 21, 2019

Early Start Fall Semester, Hispanic Studies and Spanish Plus Programs

Thursday, August 29

Optional overnight flight from U.S. to London*

Friday, August 30

Arrive London. Transfer to hotel*

Saturday, August 31

Sightseeing in London*

Sunday, September 1

Optional flight from London to Madrid.*

Monday, September 2

University and AIFS Orientation

Tuesday, September 3

Intensive Spanish Language Course begins

Thursday, September 5

Sightseeing Madrid de los Austrias

Friday, September 6

Royal Palace visit

Wednesday, September 11

Prado Museum visit

Friday, September 13

Intensive Spanish Language Course ends

Wednesday, September 18

Fall classes begin

Saturday, September 21

Guided city tour

Friday, September 27

Reina Sofía Museum visit

Saturday, September 28

Day trip to Segovia

Saturday, October 12

National Holiday

Friday, October 18 to Sunday, October 20

Excursion to Granada including the Alhambra Palace

Saturday, October 26

Day trip to Toledo

Wednesday, October 30 to Thursday, October 31


Friday, November 1

National Holiday

Friday, November 8 to Sunday, November 10

Optional visit to Tangier and Tetouan, Morocco ($475)

Saturday, November 23

Day trip to El Escorial

Friday, December 6

National Holiday

Monday, December 9

National Holiday

Thursday, December 12

Departure meeting

Tuesday, December 17 to Wednesday, December 18


Thursday, December 19

Fall semester ends. Farewell dinner

Saturday, December 21

Optional return flight from Madrid to U.S.*

*Included for students on the AIFS Flight Package only.

Calendar, vacation dates and routings are tentative and subject to change at the discretion of the Universidad Nebrija. Academic year students are responsible for their own housing and meals during the break between semesters. Students making their own travel arrangements should verify dates with AIFS before finalizing plans. Please note that the flight route may require connections in the U.S. or Europe.