Spain is several countries in one in a land mass twice the size of Oregon and a little larger than England. Spain is mountains, dry plains, tropical climates, skiing, trekking, rocky coves, sandy beaches, crisp cold mornings, long warm evenings, sleepy rural villages and some of Europe’s wildest cities, one of which is the Spanish capital, Madrid.
Madrid is the third largest city in the European Union after London and Berlin. Madrid is a major center for Spanish literature, home to the Cervantes Institute whom is the leader in promoting the Spanish language and culture. Madrid also has a collection of art galleries, museums, churches, cultural sites and a nightlife in which “madrileños” are all to ready to brag, “Is the best in Europe”.
Nightlife in Madrid is tapas bars, cocktail bars, clubs, jazz lounges, live music venues, flamenco theatres, establishments of all kinds which cater to all tastes and ages. Each “barrio”, most of which are within walking distance from each other have their own flavor and feel. Madrid comes alive at night; people crowd bars, restaurants, the streets, the squares and the 5th Ave. of Spain, Gran Via.
Thousands of language tourists and study aboard students come to Madrid each year making Madrid an extremely international city. Because of the world’s current situation; globalization and the economic downturn, the need for English in Spain is great. Spanglish Madrid combines these two factors and brings together those whom have come to Spain to learn Spanish, and the Spanish whom our finding it more and more necessary to pick up a foreign language, namely English.
Spanglish currently holds events once a week in Madrid. For more information, send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.