20/40 hours: (1 or 2 weeks) Classes from Monday to Friday from 10:00 am to 2:00pm
25/50 hours: (1 or 2 weeks) Classes from Monday to Friday Morning and some afternoons
Activities to be carried out:
Morning: Language Classes
2 Afternoon activities: Guided tours, museums and cultural activities
* NEXT SCHEDULED ENGLISH COURSES at this time:
March 6-10 , 27-31
April 10-14, 24-28
May 8-12, 22-26
June 5-9, 19-23, 26-3
July 3-7, 10-14, 17-21, 24-28
August 1-5, 7-11, 21-25
September 4-8 , 18-22
* Other levels or dates will be opened upon request.
Contact us at: Hola@SpainBcn.com.
20h (1 week): €350 per person.
40h (2 weeks): €700 per person.
25h (1 week): €450 per person.
50h (2 weeks): €900 per person.
Including all material + 2 Extracurricular activities (free and optional).
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Health Control upon arrival to Spain by air.
Travellers entering Spain by air or sea from any other country -even countries that are not in the list of risk countries- will need to go through Health Control.
At Barcelona's airport they will ask you for:
- An antigen test, or
- PCR test travel certificate,or
- A vaccine's certificate
At Barcelona Airport, the Health Control checkpoint consists of separate lines to go from the Customs area to the Luggage Claim area for travellers arriving from other Spanish destinations and travellers arriving from any other countries.
Travellers arriving from other countries than Spain must follow the Health Control lines.
The Health Control consists of a visual control by Health agents, a temperature control and of handing over your Health Control form (also called FCS form).
Your temperature will be taken with non contact thermometers or with thermal imaging cameras and you will need to present your Public Health Control Form.
Filling out the Public Health Control Form form is a two stage easy process:
First : After booking your plane tickets, you will need to register on the Spanish Travel Health website. https://spth.gob.es/create
You will need to provide your name, surname, passport or ID number, flight number, arrival date and email address.
You'll receive the registration confirmation with detailed instructions on how to fill out and when to fill out the Public Health Control Form.
We recommend you create an account or log in your account on the airline website to book your flights so that the Spanish Travel Health website and the public health passenger locator form links are available together with your booking details in your account
Second : Within 2 days before your flight, you will need to complete the Public Health Control form. You'll be asked a series of health questions.
Upon completion of the form, you will receive a QR code that you will need to show to the Spanish authorities upon arrival at Barcelona airport.
You can either print the QR code or download the QR code app or do a screenshot of the QR code and save it on your mobile phone.
The Public Health Control Form is also available from the Spain Travel Health-Spth App that you can download on Android and iOS.
If you do not fill out the public health passenger locator form in advance you will have the option to do it on the plane however you'll have to queue upon arrival at Barcelona airport to present your form to the Spanish authorities.
We recommend you fill out the form online within 2 days before your flight so that you'll only have to quickly show your QR code at Barcelona airport without having to queue
After passing the Health Control you’ll be able to collect your luggage at the Luggage Claim.
Flying from Barcelona Airport
Depending on the Covid-19 travel regulations in place in the country you'll fly from Barcelona airport to, you may need to present a negative PCR test travel certificate upon arrival to that country.
There are many places where you can do it.
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