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Study in Badajoz

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About Badajoz

Badajoz is the capital of the Province of Badajoz in the autonomous community of Extremadura, Spain, with a population of around 150,000 people. It is known for its spectacular architecture, such as cathedrals, castles, etc.

The city is full of museums, courtyards, and memories from the Roman times worth visiting, and not to forget its excellent and exquisite cuisine.

A city that is full of entertainment, such as its Carnival that attracts a lot of tourists from all around the world. Exactly what it is ― partying non-stop from Friday to Tuesday.

A quite cheap city to study and live in. Student apartments can cost about 150 euros or so per month, and an advantage is that you can walk almost everywhere as it is not a very big city.

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FAQ

Notable landmarks include remains of the 14th-century walls; the Gate of Toledo (Puerta de Toledo; built 1328 in the Mudéjar style), a national monument; and the 15th-century Gothic Cathedral of Santa María del Prado.
It has many popular attractions, including Diocesan Museum, Iglesia de Santiago, Plaza Mayor, making it well worth a visit. Ciudad Real is a city in Castilla-La Mancha, Spain. It has many popular attractions, including Diocesan Museum, Iglesia de Santiago, Plaza Mayor, making it well worth a visit.
A particularly important event in the struggle with the Order of Calatrava, which was incessant since the city's foundation, was in 1420 when John II of Castile granted Villa Real the title of city to acknowledge its support for the king against the military orders. From this point on, it became known as Ciudad Real.

Programs suitable for you

Study type

Bachelor's

Language

Spanish, English

Start

September

Duration: 4 years

606/year

Study type

Bachelor's

Language

Spanish

Start

September

Duration: 4 years

606/year

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