Spanish courses in Valencia
Travelling is the best way to learn Spanish. Full immersion programmes. Learn Spanish in Spain!
Our Spanish teachers are university graduates, with experience and training in teaching Spanish as a foreign language. Their classes are very dynamic and they are willing to attend to your doubts and needs. You won’t be bored in his classes!
Fast and effective
Our Spanish courses pass strict quality controls. We are an accredited centre by the Instituto Cervantes since 2006.
An incredible program of activities
Traveling to a foreign country is always an experience. That is why we try to ensure that, in addition to the Spanish classes, you can enjoy a full calendar of cultural and leisure activities. Excursions, parties, dinners, concerts, museums, sports, are an important part of our program. We want you to have an unforgettable stay, at the same time that you make the most of your time..
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Each class is different
Take this virtual tour of Taronja’s facilities. Have you ever imagined studying in a Spanish school like this? Learn Spanish in Spain!
Why learn Spanish in Valencia?
Valencia has become one of the favourite cities for students to live a full immersion experience learning Spanish. Do you want to know why?
We offer more than a Spanish course,
A language immersion experience you won’t forget!
What do our students think of our Spanish courses?
These are some of the opinions of our students. You give us the prizes!
Express Spanish lessons
With these express Spanish lessons, you will be able to learn different topics related to Spanish and its particularities. But remember, the best way to learn a language is to travel. Learn Spanish in Spain.
Adjectives that change their meanings
In Spanish there are some adjectives that change their meaning if they follow the verb SER or the verb ESTAR. Do you want to learn some? -LISTO: Ser listo = inteligente (clever) Estar listo = preparado (ready) -FRESCO: Ser fresco = sin vergüenza (shameless) Estar fresco = del día (fresh) -MALO: Ser malo = malvado […]