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Cadiz - what's all the hype about? The secret is out! Cadiz has been recognized by “The New York Times” as a top place to visit in 2019. For those who have already experienced the beauty of this enchanting city in Southern Spain, it’s no surprise!...

This fall we had some college students from the USA study abroad with us in Seville, Southern Spain. They stayed for a whole semester meaning there was plenty of time to explore! During their stay we took them on various educational tours. This was so...

Kyle Kelly is a student from the College of William & Mary. He is two months into his semester in Spain program, Kyle agreed to share his experience with us so that you can get a better idea of what the semester abroad program in...

This summer, we were thrilled to offer family Spanish classes in our language school for the first time ever! Katie and her sister Debbie enrolled their families in Spanish classes with Centro MundoLengua. Read on to learn about their experience in Sevilla! Who are you here...

Over the last two weeks, the Centro MundoLengua team has been very happy to host a group of AP® Spanish teachers and future AP® Spanish teachers who teach at American and international schools all over the world. Yurkis Mercedes, an AP® Spanish teacher at the Manhattan Academy...

Centro Mundolengua offers a one-of-a-kind study abroad experience and cultural immersion programs in Spain. In addition to cultural excursions, high-quality education, and premium safety services, Centro Mundolengua also places each student with a Spanish host family for an authentic homestay experience. Don’t worry, parents, we have...

Centro MundoLengua regularly offers preparation courses for the DELE exams. Offered by the Cervantes Institute, DELE (Diploma de Español como Lengua Extranjera) allows individuals who are learning Spanish as a foreign language to take an exam at their level of proficiency. The benefits of being...

Weekend excursion to Lisbon, Portugal! This past weekend, our university semester students that are studying abroad in Sevilla, Spain with Centro MundoLengua participated in one of our Portugal educational tours and explored Lisbon! We experienced all areas of Lisbon, immersing ourselves in the Portuguese language,...

A step-by-step travel guide for minors traveling alone and first-time travelers Are you a first-time traveler, new to the whole airport thing, traveling alone as a minor, it’s your first time abroad, or all of the above? No worries! Traveling internationally can seem scary at first...

Sevilla has something for everyone! Many people look forward to immersing themselves in the vibrant and exciting Sevillana culture, but where do you even start?! To make sure you don't miss the best of Sevilla, we've got our top 10 list of things to do...

Tips on what to pack and how to pack for your study abroad adventure in Spain When packing for studying abroad in Spain (or any international destination), the number one packing rule is to “pack light”. It’s a simple concept but can be very difficult to...

Your meatless survival guide to Spanish tapas Traveling to different countries and immersing yourself in a foreign culture can be daunting and a challenge for anybody, and it is known that there is always an adjustment period, especially to new food. Above all, this reality usually...

What you need to know about the differences between Spain Spanish (the Spanish spoken in Spain) and American Spanish (the Spanish that is widely used in the US) Upon arriving in Spain, if you have come from a Spanish classroom in the United States, you will...

One thing I didn't take into account before studying abroad in Sevilla was the fact that I would be in the city. Well, what I mean is that it didn't occur to me that I would have to rely on public transportation as a way...

Centro MundoLengua is excited that you've chosen to study abroad with us! Besides learning and improving your Spanish skills, you will become familiar with the wonderful culture of Spain! However, like in any new culture, you will have to face cultural differences. Some aspects are harder...

Americans viewed by the Spanish Studying abroad in Spain is such an eye-opening experience. I came to Spain ready to learn the ins and outs of Sevilla. As any traveler would do, I made sure to read-up on key facts before arriving in order to have...

Social awareness campaigns for Spanish class A teacher of mine at my university once said that students’ classwork should always be meaningful. His goal was to create a class structure where the work would live after the students submitted projects and assignments. He did this by...

Learning Spanish with only an English background can seem like a difficult endeavor at first. Any new language is a big first step and each language has its own oddities and differences, but the language differences between English and Spanish are particularly clear when first learning Spanish. It quickly becomes clear that...

Say goodbye to nasty processed American food and hello to the fresh taste of Spain. I'm talking more than just stereotypical paella y'all! Isabel, my host mom, has exposed me to a whole new world of flavors and taught me how to prepare authentic Spanish meals....

Simply put, Spanish is a great language. Hundreds of millions of people around the world use it to communicate, both as a first and second language. In fact, research has shown that over 22 million people are studying Spanish as a second language, making it...

Learning a language abroad is one of the best things you can do for yourself. To be honest, the place or the language is far less important than the act of going abroad and learning to speak like the locals. Whether you’re learning Icelandic in...

Not long ago, I wrote a post about Spanish vocabulary that English needs. People currently studying abroad here in Sevilla told me about how they found the post interesting. Many of the students have learned about the subtle differences in language while studying abroad. I...

English is a great language to know. One can travel all around the world and communicate with people in this international language. For hundreds of millions of us, English is our first language that we use to express our thoughts and feelings to other people....

Flamenco is one of Spain’s most admired and best known art forms. Since 2010, it has been inscribed on the List of the Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity of the UNESCO. We have put together a quiz to test how much you know about Flamenco. Even...

Spanish has an incredible wealth of idioms and colloquial expressions, which you will hear in any spontaneous conversation you may have with your Spanish family or with the locals during your language course in Spain. An example of this cultural aspect are the numerous idioms...

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