Spanish in Latin America


Latin America, home to more than 525 million inhabitants, is a diverse landscape united by a common language: Spanish. Each country and region has something different to offer - be it cultural, ethnic or geographic - and our locations aim to reflect this diversity and afford our students the opportunity to get to know a place unlike any they've known before.

There is a perfect destination for everyone: Choose yours:



Spanish courses in Mexico

Mexico in Guanajuato

Spanish in Guanajuato

Guanajuato, the capital of the state of the same name, is one of the loveliest in Mexico and is set in on the slopes of the Cerro del Cubilete. As a result of the magnificent architecture of its many historical monuments, as well as its unusual urban layout, it was declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1988. Its fame and fortune originated in the rich gold and silver deposits discovered by the Spaniards in the vicinity of what would later become the city.
 

Mexico in Playa del Carmen

Spanish in Playa del Carmen

Affectionately known as "Playa", this small Caribbean fishing town on the Mayan Riviera is Cancun's laid-back neighbor. Playa del Carmen is a great place to enjoy the cultural and historic richness of Mexico and the Mayan people. Playa del Carmen attracts people from all over the world because of its relaxed, tropical atmosphere and its unmatched white sandy beaches and azure water.



Spanish courses in Argentina

Argentina in Buenos Aires

Spanish in Buenos Aires

Not quite Latin, not quite European, Buenos Aires is a truly fascinating world capital that immediately draws in its visitors and makes them fall in love with all its peculiarities and charms.

Argentina in Cordoba

Spanish in Cordoba

Córdoba, founded in 1573, is Argentina's second-largest city with a population of over 2 million. Known as the "colonial capital" of the country. Córdoba is located directly in the center of the country.



Spanish courses in Costa Rica

Costa Rica in Flamingo Beach

Spanish in Flamingo Beach

Flamingo Beach a paradise of lush vegetation and crystal clear waters, is the perfect place for students to enjoy a relaxing beachside.

Costa Rica in Heredia

Spanish in Heredia

Surrounded by spectacular, impressive volcanoes, the school is located in the town of San Joaquí­n de Flores, a beautiful community at 3,500 feet populated by about 10,000 friendly residents.

Costa Rica in Monteverde

Spanish in Monteverde

Monteverde is renowned for its commitment to sustainable community development and the conservation of its rain forest reserves. The residents are warm, friendly people.



Spanish courses in Peru

Peru in Cusco

Spanish in Cusco

Cusco is perfectly located for students to get to know the highlights of Perú, since it's situated in the same region as the ruins of Machu Picchu and the Inca Trail.



Spanish courses in Bolivia

Bolivia in Sucre

Spanish in Sucre

Sucre, a charming colonial city in the south of Bolivia, has been beautifully preserved thanks to its status as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.



Spanish courses in Chile

Chile in Santiago de Chile

Spanish in Santiago de Chile

Santiago de Chile is a bustling, modern capital nestled in a valley amidst the ever-present backdrop of the majestic Andes mountain range. One of Latin America's main financial centers, the city is home to about 40% of the country's population with over 6 million inhabitants. Santiago is also centrally located, making it a convenient home base for trips to the north, south, and central coastal regions.



Spanish courses in Cuba

Cuba in Havana

Spanish in Havana

Havana is as much a capital of faded glory as of high; a place where little is allowed but anything is possible; a place defined by its contradictions and struggles that is slowly and currently rising like a phoenix from the ashes.
 

Cuba in Santiago de Cuba

Spanish in Santiago de Cuba

The country's second largest city and Havana's long-time rival in literature, music and politics. Known as the 'most Caribbean' of Cuban cities, its mix of Haitian, African, Spanish, French and other cultures.



Spanish courses in Ecuador

Ecuador in Quito

Spanish in Quito

Quito has long been an important city in South America: it belonged to the ancient Amerindian Quitu tribe, then to the vast Incan Empire, and was conquered by Spain in 1534.



Spanish courses in Guatemala

Guatemala in Antigua

Spanish in Antigua

Colourful, indigenous markets are interspersed throughout elegant European architecture, a curious manifestation of native cultures set in the remnants of an old colonial capital.
 

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