Spain is the perfect country to learn Spanish
When traveling to Spain, there is an energy unlike any other place on earth. Equal parts of determination and relaxation, the Spanish know the power of a siesta (a mid afternoon nap), amazing wine, flamenco dancing, and breathtaking beaches. Located in the south, Spain has pleasant weather most of the year, making this a popular destination for tourists, both from inside Europe and out.
Pablo Picasso, Goya, Joan Miró and Salvador Dalí: what do these names have in common? Spain is home to some of the most influential artists the world has ever seen. Their paintings easily reflect Spanish influence with bright colors, interesting shapes and even the artists themselves. Salvador Dali and his larger-than-life mustache had a long, and ever changing career. Several art galleries are dedicated to honor his work, but also to reflect upon Spain as a whole. One of the most popular museums is Museo Nacional del Prado in Madrid, which houses over 8,000 paintings.
Wandering through the streets, you may find yourself witnessing many of Spain’s architectural wonders. Some of the historical buildings mix two different styles, often with Gothic and Islamic influences. Although up to 75% people in Spain are Catholic, there are many Islamic influences due to the close proximity to Morocco. In Granada, Andalusia, one of the most notable structures with the Gothic/Islamic influence is the Calat Alhambra. This stunning fortress, adorned with intricately carved pillars and sweeping views of the town below was originally built in 889 and restructured in the 12th century.
In Spain, interactions between people are usually friendly and open. Often neighbors will come and visit your home without an invitation. Though this is not common in other parts of the world; it might actually be considered rude. Quite the contrary, here it is a friendly, welcoming gesture. The art of hospitality is well known in Spain, where traditional bars provide a warm and inviting atmosphere and almost certainly are open all night. When meeting, physical touching is an important part of interacting with each other. You can see it through dances and personal space will have to be redefined to include this affectionate society.
Embracing Spain is like embracing a part of your inner self. People are lively, the streets are colorful, and you may find yourself hugging more in your daily interactions with the locals. Going to Spain truly means welcoming an invigorating way of life.
Spain from North to South
Our Spanish language schools in Spain
shows the perfect contrast between sea and mountains. It is a city where you can easily walk and fall in love with each of its corners. Everything is so close; you do not need more than being in the mood to reach it.
Since 1987, Tandem San Sebastián, a Spanish language school, has been committed to linguistic and cultural training. Students develop Spanish communication skills with Tandem’s dynamic and effective classes. Located close to the old town, and just 100 meters from the sea, it is the perfect place to learn Spanish in a relaxed and friendly atmosphere.
Madrid, the capital
is a cosmopolitan city; you can have sparkling, memorable experiences or simply enjoy wandering its surprising streets full of history. Visiting tapas bars, escaping to Retiro Park, discovering the Prado Museum or spending a football Saturday in Santiago Bernabeu Stadium, are just some of the activities you might experience
Our Spanish language school in Madrid, Spain – was founded in 1982 and represents the passion for languages that characterizes our entire network. Located in the “Golden Triangle” of arts, it offers dozens of courses for all kind of audiences and levels. It was the pioneer school in Spain of Suggestopedia, a revolutionary method to learn languages.
is a place with a unique charm. Its streets are sometimes quiet, sometimes full of life. Its Muslim, Jewish and Christian heritage makes Granada a unique mix of cultures.
The school is located in a quiet and central neighborhood of the city, in an Andalusian-style house with a beautiful inner courtyard. It offers intensive courses in the hands of native teachers who have great experience. The main objective is to create a friendly atmosphere between educators and students, making learning in Spanish much more enjoyable.