Spain and the Cities
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Famous for the sun-soaked sand of its many beaches and the golden glow of its warm city streets. Famous for the different cultures that change from region to region, or the rich variety of art that hangs in its many galleries. Famous for its snow-topped mountains and high plains. Famous for many things to many people – at IE Business School you can discover what Spain means to you.
Madrid Rio is a great place to go to walk, run or simply get away from the hustle and bustle of the city centerMadrid Rio
Check out El Matadero. This former slaughterhouse is now a modern-arts center, with a special emphasis on community activity – and it’s even open on Sundays!Matadero
UNESCO World Heritage Site
With its stunning Roman aqueduct and Gothic cathedral, it’s no wonder Segovia is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Starting as a Roman Fort, the Alcázar rises out of a rocky crag and is one of the most distinctive castles in Spain. Take a walk around and experience the residence of the monarchs of Castile in the Middle Ages.
Bars and Tapas
Segovia is an old city with a young spirit. This gives life to the multitude of bars and cafés in the city where you can hang out, relax, and enjoy the tapas.
Closer than you think
Discover the variety of destinations that are only an hour away by plane. From the crystal clear waters of Formentera to the cosmopolitan and historical cities of Barcelona, Sevilla, Bilbao, Valencia…
A gateway to Western & Southern Europe
Barcelona, London, Paris, Lisbon, Marrakech… What’s your choice? From Madrid you can easily discover fascinating European and African cities in a heartbeat.