By Euro Weekly News Media • 14 February 2015 • 13:34
MALAGA City aims to climb back up the ranks of language tourism destinations after dropping from second to fourth place over the last decade.
The amount and quality of Spanish language schools in the city, reported to offer value for money and a wide range of possibilities for students, are the main attraction the council aims to promote.
Currently in fourth place behind Salamanca, Barcelona and Madrid, the city receives students from all over Europe and further afield and is hoping to increase numbers gradually to climb back into second place.
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