Study Spanish courses in Salamanca – Our language school in Spain
Study Spanish courses in Salamanca in one of our partner schools located in a refurbished convent. The history of Salamanca is shown mainly through its architecture, so this school setting is rather apt for the area. The school has a large courtyard for students to relax and revise sourrounded by 30 classrooms and a lecture hall. There are Wi-Fi and computer rooms available for all students to use.
The school is located only a 5 minute walk from Plaza mayor and some of the main tourist sites of the City. With the oldest university in Spain hosted in Salamanca, there are always students in the city. Thus, you have the great opportunity to use your newly acquired language skills in your leisure time.
Facts about Salamanca
Salamanca is one of the most preserved cities in Spain: it hosts 2 magnificent cathedrals and the oldest university in Spain. Salamanca is a city for international students. The university is the primary source of income in Salamanca. It is a relatively small city, but is still a great tourist place worth to visit.
Salamanca is a city in northwestern Spain, the capital of the Province of Salamanca in the community of Castile and León. Its Old City was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1988.
|Total Area||38,6 km²|
|Province||Provice of Salamanca|
Interesting places in Salamanca: New Cathedral, Old Cathedral, Casa de las Conchas, Convento de San Esteban, Salamanca
Things to Do, See and Enjoy in Salamanca
Our partner school in Salamanca has a weekly timetable of events and planned activites for you to take part in. However, if you would prefer to see things with friends we have got a few tips of places for you to see and explore.
Cerro San Cristobal: Every city has an amazing park to its name. Set on the hillside, you get to see the wonderful views of the city´s skyscrapers and the peaks of the Andes Mountains. For all tourists, you should take the Funicular to Virgin Mary Statue – here is where the best panoramic views of the city can be seen.
Plaza de Armas: This great place at the heart of Santiago is the central hub for tourists with many attractions close to the main square. A great meeting point to find a restaurant or bar to sit and relax in.
Museums: There are many different museums across Santiago. They are all home to different artifacts and detail different parts of Chile´s history.
Go Skiing/Snowboarding: There are plenty of options for you to go skiing and snowboarding as you are so close to the Andes. During their winter this is a great weekend break for you to hit the slopes.
Dance the night away: There are many great Salsa and Tango clubs and bars in the Capital. This is a great way to immerse yourself in the Spanish culture. If you don´t want to go straight to a club, you can perfect your skills at many of the classes/workshops that are offered throughout the City.
Visit Mercado Central: This is a great place where you can spend a few hours walking through fruit and vegetable stalls mixed with around 30 fish restaurants. The building itself took 10 years to build due to things being shipped in from Europe. It is now a national Monument.
Price example: 4 weeks Spanish courses in Salamanca
*Course material is not included
**Including registration fee (€65)