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Study Abroad: Alicante, Spain?

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I am a college student looking to study abroad next semester (January-May) in Alicante, Spain. However, I don't know anything about Alicante (besides what I read on Wikipedia and what the study abroad office told me, which was basically nothing). Spanish culture is very appealing to me and I want to soak it in and experience everything while I'm abroad while having a lot of fun. I am also hoping to travel a lot.

Also, I'm afraid that it's going to be too small/boring. I'm accustomed to being in a big city (I grew up in New York and now to go school near DC) so I'm worried that it'll be too "small town" (if that makes sense).

Any help would be greatly appreciated!!

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