Our HSA students were able to travel to Cádiz, the most Southern city in Europe. Cadiz, half island, half peninsula, is connected to the mainland by a narrow strip of sand. The Phoenicians, Greeks, Romans and Arabs were fascinated by its beauty and great location. There is a myth in which Hercules divides Europe and Africa, creating the Strait of Gibraltar and Cadiz, the oldest city in Europe, with over 3000 years of history. Cadiz, also known as "Tacita de Plata" (Silver Cup), has a strong maritime and colonial character. Its inhabitants are known for their good humor and hospitality.It is a delightful city to visit. Most monuments are located within walking distance from each other so the city is easily explored on foot in 3 to 4 hours.
After a cultural tour, our students were able to enjoy free time at the beach.
Want some cake by the ocean on your High School Abroad experience? Come and join us next fall!