In the Footsteps of Don Quijote: Exploring Castilia - La Mancha

Undoubtedly the most famous piece of Spanish literature Miguel de Cervante’s ‘Don Quijote’ is set in the La Mancha region southeast of the Spanish capital Madrid. Known for its windmills and sweeping pastures, it has always been an important agricultural zone, but also includes historically important places such as the UNESCO World Heritage Sites of Toledo and Cuenca and has a rich heritage of art, architecture and history as well.

DELIVERY MODE

  • Hybrid (F2F and Online simultaneously)

COURSE OUTLINE

  • The author – Miguel de Cervantes
  • The protagonists – Don Quijote & Sancho Panza
  • The landscapes – windswept plateaus and river gorges
  • The cities – Cuenca, Toledo, Guadalajara
  • The culture – Architecture, Art, Festivals & Gastronomy


PLANNED LEARNING OUTCOMES

By the end of this course, students should be able to:

  1. Explain the importance of the region for Cervante’s work.
  2. Describe the main historical events shaping the region.
  3. Identify the most important sights and events not to miss.
$39 Limited

<p>Undoubtedly the most famous piece of Spanish literature Miguel de Cervante’s ‘Don Quijote’ is set in the La Mancha region southeast of the Spanish capital Madrid. Known for its windmills and

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17 Aug
$39 Limited

<p>Undoubtedly the most famous piece of Spanish literature Miguel de Cervante’s ‘Don Quijote’ is set in the La Mancha region southeast of the Spanish capital Madrid. Known for its windmills and

...
17 Aug

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