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If you are considering a Spanish course in Spain, there is such a wide range of possible locations that you really are spoilt for choice! Our team have visited every one of these locations in Spain, so don’t hesitate to ask our advice! If you want to learn Spanish, or improve your existing knowledge of Spanish, it really is important that you choose a course and location that suits your own personal needs and interests. With our knowledge and experience, we can help you make that choice. In fact, when we are not in Spain visiting our schools, our next favourite thing is talking about them! Just ask to speak to one of our team who has visited the location you are interested in and they will be very happy to help!
As the birthplace of the Spanish language, there is no better place to learn Spanish than in Spain! This vibrant, colourful country is famous for its friendly people and extravagant fiestas. From the historic capital city of Madrid, to the homeland of Flamenco in Andalusia, each city and region has a distinct character that makes it unique. Each region too has its own flavour, often showcased by the tapas available in the local bar. Spain is famous also for its art, from Picasso’s Cubist masterpieces, to Gaudi’s Modernist architecture. Spain certainly is a country which offers something for everyone.
Our Spanish language schools are located throughout Spain. So, you could choose to study Spanish in a famous city like Barcelona, Madrid or Granada, in a little-known hill-top town such as Vejer de la Frontera, or in stunning beach location on the Andalusian coast. The choice really is yours. If you are not sure which location would be the best option for you, please do not hesitate to contact us. We know our schools very well, and will be pleased to answer any questions you may have!
With courses starting every Monday, for students of all levels (from complete beginner to advanced), we will certainly offer a course to meet your specific requirements! All teachers are native speakers, and have both a university degree and a qualification in teaching Spanish as a foreign language. Class sizes are always small, to make sure that all students receive the individual attention needed to make as much progress as possible during the time available.