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The coastal city of Merballa is the perfect destination for students wanting to immerse themselves in a cosmopolitan lifestyle and make friends from all around the world. Students studying in Marbella will benefit from the strong international business community that makes Marbella an entrepreneurial hub. The city has a significant archaeological heritage, several museums and performance spaces, and a jam-packed cultural calendar, with events ranging from reggae concerts to opera performances.

It is a cheap and conveniently located city that allows for easy travel to other Spanish cities, like Granada, Seville and Cadiz. Students wanting to study in Marbella will enjoy a good quality of life, exciting nightlife, beautiful landscapes, tons of activities and attractions, and delicious Spanish food.

Top Attractions in Marbella

Beaches: Spending quality time at the beach is one of the most popular activities for both the locals and students studying in Marbella. The Costa de Sol has a long stretch of sandy beaches, which are all clean and safe to swim in, and a number of beach bars close by.

Casco Antiguo: Marbella's old town 'Casco Antiguo' is picturesque and often not crowded with tourists. This town is Marbella's hidden gem with streets full of boutique shops, funky art galleries, bars and eateries. The center of Casco Antiguo is the must-see Orange Square which, true to its name, is full of orange trees and tropical plants.

Parks: Marbella has a fair selection of parks for walks or a quiet picnic on your study break. Parque La Alameda for example, is small but has a fountain in the center decorated with traditional Andalucian tiles, huge tropical plants and decorated benches.

Salvador Dalí: Students studying in Marbella with a love for art will enjoy the collection of original sculptures by Salvador Dalí in Avenida del Mar, situated right in the heart of Marbella.

Shopping: There's an amazing selection of high street and local shops in Marbella. The old town has winding streets surrounded by boutiques and small shops selling unusual gifts, toys, clothes, shoes and accessories. High street brands are located near Puerto Banus at the flagship El Core Ingles department store, which also has a selection of art galleries, coffee shops and a number of restaurants and bars overlooking the marina.

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