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Learn Spanish in the city known as the ‘Paris of the South,’ Buenos Aires! It resembles a typical European capital yet has plenty of Latin charm! Buenos Aires has an excellent cultural scene, incredible nightlife and plenty of reasons to hang out outdoors.
One of South America’s most modern cities with a population of 5 million! This exciting metropolis offers an exceptional cultural scene and nightlife, from theatres to salsa clubs. Santiago is between the Andes Mountains on the east and the Pacific Ocean to the west so it's ideal for sports from skiing and rafting to surfing and swimming.
In the heart of Peru and the former capital of the Inca Empire. It's a little over 2 miles above sea level and is surrounded by stunning mountains and lush valleys. Despite colonization by the Spanish, the Incas have kept many of their customs and traditions. The festival of ‘Inty Raymi,’ June 24th, celebrates the God of Sun and is attended by thousands of locals each year.
|Students take test day one to place into course level 1-8|
|4 classes a day Monday-Friday between 8:30 a.m. and 6:30 p.m.|
|All lessons are conducted in Spanish|
|Course: 20 lessons/week for 2 weeks|
|Accommodation: homestay or residence|
About 30 miles from Guatemala City, mild year-round climate, cobblestone streets, colonial-style houses, and no traffic lights. You'll know what life was like been when Antigua was the capital of Central America more than two centuries ago. Students and backpackers love to use this city as a base for exploring the rest of the country. But, bars, clubs, traditional festivals and colorful markets will keep you entertained while you're in town.
One of the most popular destinations among students next to Cancun (about 45 minutes up the road) because of its white, sandy beaches, turquoise-colored waters, tropical sunshine and a relaxed Caribbean atmosphere!
School information... it's 6 blocks from the beach!
On the Pacific coast of the Nicoya Peninsula with one of the most spectacular sandy beaches in Costa Rica! White sands, crystal clear waters, national parks, sunshine almost 365 days a year, and the lowest rainfall in Costa Rica! It's an ideal base for sailing, surfing, fishing, golf, turtle watching, diving, and jungle boat rides. Bars, restaurants, clubs and a casino keep the town going at night.
The culture, people and way of life here will amaze you! Long lunches, vibrant nightlife with trendy bars and clubs open until dawn in every corner of the city. As you stroll through the various quarters or ‘Barrios,’ you’ll be amazed at the contrasts: compare the Rastro flea-market to the ultra-modern shops, or the traditional flamenco to the sound of techno music. The Spanish capital offers a cultural heritage second to none, with museums such as the Prado, the Thyssen Collection and the Reina Sofia holding some of the world’s largest permanent art exhibitions.
Nightlife, culture, architecture - you’ll find it all in Barcelona, the capital of Catalonia! Stroll along the Ramblas, one of the most famous streets in the world and watch the street artists perform. Be amazed at the mighty, unfinished Sagrada Familia, with its imposing spires. Lose yourself in the labyrinth of old town alleyways and find yourself again in the ordered streets of the Eixample Quarter. At night, dine on seafood in a harbor restaurant or people-watch in designer bars. Best of all, learn how the Catalonian people live and celebrate life….and enjoy yourself!
With its bustling street life and warm sunshine, Seville captures the essence of all things Spanish. An explosion of color and contrast, as well as the successful mix of the modern and traditional, mean that Seville offers a wide range of cultural variety to cater for all tastes throughout the year: Flamenco, bullfighting, Semana Santa (Holy Week), The April Fair.
It's also an attractive city with an abundance of historical monuments including the famous cathedral. Seville, with its proximity to the Sierra Nevada Mountains, is an excellent base for exploring Andalusia.