There are a lot of ways to learn salsa in Barcelona. Danceholidays.com organizes great salsa trips to the second largest city of Spain. A lot of language schools offer you complete holidays: where you will learn the Spanish language in the mornings, and you will learn to dance salsa in the evenings.
Most of the time the organizations also offer special nights out to hot salsa spots. So you will have all the time to impress the locals with your dancing and talking!
When you’ve had enough of the talking and dancing, there’s lots to do in this great city. Architecture fans will eat their hearts out because of the beautiful buildings.
Sun-admirers can get their tan at the beach (the Costa del Maresme), shopaholics will enjoy the many shopping streets, and there are over 55 beautiful museums to explore. The La Pedrera museum (by Antoni Gaudí ) is a must see, just as the Dali Museum, which is not in Barcelona but in the nearby Figueres.