Learn Spanish in Santo Domingo (Colonial), Dominican Republic
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If you are looking for a Spanish language program where you can study Spanish with friendly people in a beautiful country, the colonial city of Santo Domingo is the ideal location. Santo Domingo, the capital city of the Dominican Republic is a wonderful location in which to study the Spanish language abroad. Our schools in the Dominican Republic offer Spanish language courses all year, to students of all levels. In the Dominican Republic you can learn Spanish and explore this beautiful Caribbean island at the same time. The best way to learn Spanish is to study the language in a country in which it is spoken, and the Dominican Republic, with its mountains, beaches, reefs and forests is a wonderful location in which to do so.
We have 2 schools in Santo Domingo. Santo Domingo (Colonial), which is located in the centre of Santo Domingo, and Santo Domingo, situated in a prosperous area, near the university.
Our school in Santo Domingo (Colonial)
Our Spanish language school Santo Domingo (Colonial) is ideally located, in the centre of Santo Domingo. All rooms in the school are air-conditioned.
The school offers a ‘Standard’ Spanish course of 20 lessons/week, with a maximum of just 8 students per class.
Our school recommends that students stay in host families if they want to learn as much Spanish as possible during their stay in Santo Domingo. You can stay in a host family on a room only basis (no meals), with half board (2 meals/day), or with full board (3 meals/day)
Our Santo Domingo school offers an optional activities program, to ensure that the international students at our school thoroughly enjoy their stay in Santo Domingo and also to help students use outside the school the Spanish that they learn on the course. The activities include various cultural and social events, such as Latin dance classes, creole cooking classes and beach trips.
How to get there
If you want to be met on arrival, airport transfers can be arranged from Herrera Airport and Las Americas Airport in Santo Domingo, which are the best airports to arrive at. Transfers are also possible from La Romana Santiago and Puerta Plata Airports, though these are much further away from Santo Domingo, involving several hours’ drive.