Upcoming DELE Spanish exam? Not sure how to prepare for it? Struggling to know the best way to prepare for your Diploma in Spanish as a Foreign Language Exam? We have the answer.
Since 2005, Centro MundoLengua has been offering the very best DELE exam preparation courses that have helped countless Spanish students prepare for and pass their upcoming exams. At our modern facility right here in the center of Sevilla, our Spanish courses deliver internationally accredited courses based around the exam scoring criteria that aid your preparation for your DELE exam.
Our team of native-Spanish speaking teachers are all specialized in teaching Spanish as a foreign language, and the content of our classes will be adapted to match your specific level of Spanish. Our DELE preparation course lasts two weeks, and we at Centro MundoLengua create an experience that is fully immersive, culturally as well as linguistically, to give you the very best opportunity to prepare for your DELE exam. And in the heart of the fabulous city of Sevilla, you may find yourself falling in love with the Spanish language all over again….
Well, you don’t have to just picture it. Our pre-AP® Spanish program in Seville offers high school students all of the above and more!
Sevilla may be Spain’s 4th largest city in terms of population size, a main transport hub for the country’s south and the capital city of Andalusia (Spain’s most populous region), but the fact that it receives 2 million annual tourists is primarily thanks to its position as a cultural beacon. Many of the traditions and customs that have become synonymous with Spain on an international level find their spiritual home in Sevilla. Flamenco folk music, Sevillanas dancing, bullfighting, the tapas dining concept, equestrian arts and horse riding, la Feria and Semana Santa…. all may be practiced elsewhere, but they all firmly occupy a key part of the distinguished identity of the people of Sevilla. And just as Sevilla has played an enormous role in the evolution of Spanish culture, it has also played a crucial role in the country’s history. Throw in the fact that it is an extremely affordable city to spend time in and boasts a remarkably high quality of life, there really is no better location in which to participate in a DELE exam preparation course than Sevilla.
As impressive to look at from the inside as it is the outside, the Sevilla Cathedral is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and the largest Gothic cathedral in the entire world. Once inside, visitors never fail to marvel at the giant central nave with 80 individual chapels lining it. Equally deserving of recognition are the tomb of Christopher Columbus and the fantastic collection of ecclesiastical paintings, icons, carvings, sculptures and altarpieces to be found inside. And the best thing about the Sevilla Cathedral? It’s only a 5 minute walk from the Centro MundoLengua offices!
The cathedral’s bell tower, referred to affectionately as “La Giralda” by locals, fully warrants its own separate mention on this list. Originally the minaret that formed part of the mosque built by the Moors on this very site, after the capture of Sevilla by the Castilians in the 12th century it was incorporated into their cathedral. It is no surprise that at a staggering 340 feet above ground that it can be seen throughout the city, and its place as the most iconic landmark of Sevilla means that true Sevillanos always feel at home whenever they see it.
The Real Alcázar is a 14th century palace and reported to be the finest example of Mudéjar architecture in all of Andalusia. So beautiful is this network of patios, courtyards, corridors, pools, fountains, plazas and of course palace that it was used as a film location for the hit tv series “Game Of Thrones”. A day spent wandering among the peaceful orange trees and proud local peacocks in this UNESCO World Heritage Site is always a delight.
The locals say that it is possible to travel back in time when you step inside the Barrio de Santa Cruz…. This labyrinthine network of cobbled streets, enchanted plazas and narrow alleyways seem permanently isolated from the hustle and bustle of the modern world behind a series of solid stone walls. As such, the more time you spend wandering the Barrio and gazing upon its countless information plaques and shrines that tell the remarkable stories of the people who have lived here over the centuries, you may just convince yourself that you have indeed stepped back in time….
In a remarkably short time, the Plaza de España has become one of Sevilla’s most popular attractions. This enormous semi-circular edifice located between the Barrio de Santa Cruz and the Parque de María Luisa was constructed as recently 1928 and was used as a filming spot for the Star Wars franchise. It receives thousands of visitors every single day, and together with its soaring towers, slender archways, rising fountain, low bridges, shallow canals and elegantly tiled alcoves each dedicated to a different Spanish province provide an almost limitless amount of spectacular photo opportunities.
Known locally as “Las Setas” thanks to its close resemblance to a giant mushroom growing in a gap in the city skyline, the Metropol Parasol is one of the city’s most unusual landmarks. Upon arrival, a visitor’s eyes are immediately drawn upward to the largest single wooden structure in the whole world. Make sure to check out the Roman ruins preserved below ground, but as the sun begins to set below the horizon, climb right back to the top in order to enjoy some of the best evening views of all Sevilla.
But there is so much more to see! Some other popular attractions and landmarks in Sevilla include;
We encourage anybody considering this program to take our Spanish level test so we can check your existing level of Spanish.
The total will be divided in 1 deposit due today and 1 final payment. The final payment will be due 8 weeks prior to the program start date.
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