With our courses you can improve your oral expression and learn in a fun and enjoyable way how we are Spanish.
Enjoy a nice picnic in Valencia. They say that spring is in the air. This season also brings good weather, which in Valencia translates into mild and pleasant temperatures, ideal for an outdoor lunch or snack. Here are some of the best places for picnics in Valencia (some of them are very close to our […]
Learning a language is an interesting and very productive challenge But sometimes the fear of not knowing how to choose the right word, misconjugate a verb or pronounce it incorrectly can cause us to block ourselves, feel bad and abandon this interesting project. Do you want to know why these difficulties arise? Fundamentally, because learning […]
Are you travelling to Valencia? Here are some of its trendy neighbourhoods to look for your accommodation in Valencia If you are planning to come to study Spanish, you will probably be looking for accommodation in Valencia, but which is the best area?: an area close to the university, or a few metres from the […]
Fallas of Valencia: These are the events you have to keep in mind to enjoy a good time Las Fallas is the most important popular festival in Valencia. Known all over the world, they were declared an Asset of Cultural Interest by UNESCO, and are one of the main tourist attractions of our city. During […]
What do our students think of our Spanish courses?
These are some of the opinions of our students. You give us the prizes!
It is easy to make friends, which is important if you are coming here on your own (like me) and there were social acitivties every night. These ranged from paella nights, language exchanges, and generally drinking and socialising. Always fun. I was here in summer which would offer a bigger social life compared to low-season/ winter etc.
The lessons are varied and you use handouts, quiz games, group tasks, videos, songs, etc, in order to learn in a varied way.
I would recommend to anyone who values a more fun and social atmosphere to learn and I definitely feel like I improved a lot. In 2 months, I went from a low A2, to a B1 level, and I had a lot of practice actually speaking the Spanish that I had learned. leer menos