Spanish schools and accommodation to study Spanish in Spain

Study Spanish in Spain: Spanish courses at universities and Spanish schools to enjoy in a range of tourist destinations. Our Spanish language schools offer intensive courses, combined with cultural and sporting activities. Here you can a Spanish course that's perfect for you.

Study Spanish in Spain: universities and Spanish schools

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Useful information to study Spanish in Spain

Come to Spain: learn about documentation to study Spanish, visas, embassies, consulates, customs and tourist offices.
The weather in Spain. Information on average temperatures in cities to study Spanish in Spain.
Information on health and safety for students who want to learn Spanish in Spain.
Currency, payment, tips, taxes and more information to study in a Spanish school.
Information for your free time after Spanish classes in the school: business hours, opening times, Spanish holidays.
Tips to study Spanish in Spain on postal services, transports in Spain, international communications and Internet.
Spain and its regional languages and religious cults, to understand the culture of Spain and the Spanish people.
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Universities, Spanish schools and accommodations: Student comments


Hotel Chalet Puigdefábregas Jaca
It was a luxury to enjoy the great atmosphere. I had the opportunity to learn Spanish in Jaca, at school and at residence, practicing with a lot of friends. more
Colegio de Español Tía Tula Salamanca
I would recommend Tia Tula because I think it's an excellent school for many reasons. First of all ( and for me it is the most important thing ) it is a mid-sized school, this means that it is easier to establish relationship with the... more

News on spanish courses in Spain and tourism

Spanish orthography curiosities: 'ñ', 'ch', 'll', 'rr', 'gu' and 'qu'
Spanish orthography consisting of 27 letters, one more the Latin alphabet, including the modified variant "ñ". It is a fundamental knowledge to students study Spanish courses in Spain. The letter ñ came from the Iberian Peninsula with a presence from the anonymous work written in "La Gran Batalla" in 1295. During the XIV century eñe spread in its use and Antonio de Nebrija's grammar included in 1492. Medieval scribes accustomed to place a hairline above to indicate that the N was twofold, like ‘nn’. Over... more

 
 
 
 
 

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