Granada has a population of 240,000 people, over 65,000 of whom are students, lecturers, researchers and administrative staff at the University of Granada. As a result, a lively student atmosphere has flourished here, giving rise to the development of a modern, multicultural and vibrant study destination that welcomes people from all backgrounds.
Seville is the capital of Andalusia, the southernmost region of the Iberian Peninsula, and is one of the most populated cities in Spain with almost 700,000 inhabitants. Seville has been a city of great importance since ancient times, being situated on the banks of the Guadalquivir River. In fact, Seville is the only inland city in Spain that has a port, where its ships stop at the mouth of the river in San Lúcar de Barrameda, Cádiz.
Madrid is the capital of Spain. It is the largest city in the country and one of the most populated cities in Europe, with almost 4 million inhabitants. Being the capital, Madrid is in the centre of the country and is perfectly connected to any part of Spain.
Barcelona is the second most populated city in Spain. It is one of the great metropolises of the Mediterranean Sea. It is a coastal city that lies between the mouths of two rivers and is bounded to the west by the Collserola mountain range. It is therefore a city rich in scenery, where you can enjoy both the mountains and the beach just a few minutes away.
Lugo is a city in northern Spain located in the region of Galicia. The city has years of history. So much so that it was founded in 25 BC, making it the oldest city in the region. Lugo is the capital of the province of the same name. The city is small, so living in Lugo means living with all the comforts of a big city, but with the tranquillity of a small town.