Language travel, Spanish course
every Monday, all year round
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(+1) 954 762 7607
(+56) 23245 9801
(+49) 7735 425 339
8 am - 4 pm EST
Our language school in Lima is located in the beautiful and lively Miraflores district. It is both a business and residential area and is one of the safest areas in the city. In just a few minutes you can reach the Pacific coast and enjoy the fresh sea breeze. The location is simply perfect, as there are spacious parks, shopping centers, bars, restaurants and cozy street cafes all close to the school. Those are the places to test your language skills and chat with locals.
The Spanish school in Lima has six classrooms with air-condition, a common room, and a kitchen. The school administration and teaching staff can look back on many successful years of teaching Spanish as a foreign language. The lessons and methods are constantly adapted to current standards. Our Spanish school in Lima can be really proud of its reputation!
We know that our students not only travel to Peru to learn Spanish, but also to have an exceptional travel experience and to have a great time in South America. Therefore, the dynamic and helpful team on site looks after all students in a competent and friendly way.
Our language school in Lima offers an activity calendar with various activities such as City tours, cooking classes, dancing classes, excursions, sports, grammar workshops, conversation exercises, etc.
Some activities and excursions require a small additional payment on site.
WIFI is available in the school and can be used free of charge by the students.
Lima is the capital of Peru and by far the largest city in the country with a beautiful location right on the Pacific Coast. Greater Lima is home to over 10 million people. Lima is an important transport hub and with numerous universities, colleges, company headquarters, museums, theaters and monuments and it is also the most important economic and cultural center in the country.
The city is a perfect combination of modern metropolis and historic colonial city. While on the one hand you can see modern office buildings, expensive boutiques, chic hotels and restaurants with fashionably dressed people, on the other hand you can find traces from the time of the Incas or even their ancestors everywhere in the city. Strolling through the streets of Lima can sometimes feel like a journey back in time. The old town of Lima was declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1991 because of its well-preserved colonial buildings.
Especially in the south of the city, in the affluent Miraflores district and the further south located Barranco district, there is a rich and diverse range of restaurants, street cafes and bars. the Ther internationally renowned Peruvian gastronomy is particularly popular with foreign visitors: Peru won the prize for the world's best culinary destination at the World Travel Awards for eight years in a row until 2019 – numerous top chefs are at home in Lima.
The Peruvian cuisine is characterized by dishes with fish and seafood but also meat, as well as interesting combinations in general. Ceviche, a delicious dish made from fresh raw fish, is world famous.
One of the most important museums in the city is the archaeological museum Rafael Larco Herrera with its famous private collection of pre-Hispanic art. Peru's National Museum is one of the largest museums in South America and definitely worth a visit as well. The main sights in town are the large Plaza de Armas and the nearby town hall, the presidential palace from 1938 and several religious buildings from the 16th and 17th centuries.
Of course, Lima also has a very interesting nightlife. No matter whether you are a fan of jazz, rock music, Latin American sounds, hot Caribbean rythms or techno, in Lima you will definitely find the right place to turn night into day.
Outdoor fans als will love Lima: Daring surfers might enjoy the waves while the beaches are the right place to relax. The nearby Andes offer numerous trekking paths, so you can find the right balance between nature and city life.
In Lima special attention is paid to the correct pronunciation and listening comprehension. Grammar, sentence structure and speaking are also worked on.
On the first day of school there will be a placement test to determine your language skills. This is used to classify the appropriate language level. There are 6 levels of difficulty (A1, A2, B1, B2, C1, C2) according to the CEFR (Common European Framework of References for Languages).
Native Spanish speakers
At the end of the course, a certificate will be issued to confirm your language level.
20 lessons / week. Maximum 7 students/group to ensure homogeneous groups and a fast learning pace (on average, there are only 4-5 students). If you enjoy going to school with people from all over the world, the group course is just right for you. The school audience is very mixed and students come from all five continents.
10 lessons / week.
The teacher's attention is completely focused on you and you can express wishes regarding the topics.
25 lessons / week.
Group course as described above + 5 private lessons per week. So you can enjoy the advantages of the group course, while in the individual lessons you can tackle personal weaknesses or deal with special topics of your interest.
Surf course (only in combination with a Spanish course)
Lima is an excellent surfing spot for experienced surfers and those who want to learn. The surf course can be booked in addition to all of the above mentioned Spanish courses. It consists of 4 surf lessons per week, distributed over two days. Transport from the Spanish school and surf equipment are included.
In order to make your stay in Lima as pleasant as possible, you should also be in good hands and comfortable outside of school. We therefore offer our students the option of accommodation in carefully selected homestays or shared apartments.
In your homestay you will learn more about Peruvian culture and cuisine and thanks to the hospitality of the Peruvians, it will be easy for you to quickly feel like a part of the household. Accommodation in the homestay includes a single room and half board.
This is the right option for students (young or young-at-heart), who would like to live a bit more independently. Living with "like-minded people" from all over the world promises a lot of variety and social contacts from day one. You have a single room and can use all common areas as well as the kitchen.
Costs & Services
Our Spanish courses in Lima include:
- Personal support before and during the Spanish course
- Quality Spanish course
- Teaching material
- Placement test
- Drinks, tea, coffee during school breaks
- Free and paid leisure activities
- Country handbook Peru
- Intercultural guideline
- Local contact person
- 24/7 Emergency number
- Free internet access in the school
- Language certificate after completing the course
- Information about suitable travel health insurance
If booked, it also includes:
- Single room in homestay (half board) *
- Single room in residence/homestay (self-catering) *
* Accommodation as booked
Additionally, you can book:
Clases will not be made up: Apr 07, Dec 25
Clases will be made up: Apr 06, May 01, Jun 29, Jul 28, Aug 30, Nov 01, Dec 08
Group course (20 lessons/week)
Intensive course (20+5 lessons/week)
Private course (10 lessons/week)
Homestay (single room, half board)
Residence/Homestay (single room, self-catering)
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