1250 years ago Abd al-Rahman launched one of human history's truly great moments, and called it al-Andalus. For eight centuries, Muslims, Jews and Christians lived the "convivencia." The memory of that time is very much alive in modern Andalucía, the southern part of Spain.
Spend four weeks (May 30 - June 29, 2013) in Granada, the last capital of al-Andalus, set against the snow-capped Sierra Nevada mountains. Study the history and culture with MCC and the University of Granada professors, immersed in "la vida española" : flamenco, bullfights, soccer, Mediterranean beaches, tapas and café con leche.