There are many schools offering Spanish courses in Sevillafor adults, but so many pack their classrooms full of students to maximize revenue. Understandable as this may be, it inevitably compromises the amount of direct teacher-interaction that the student receives, and fails to be as effective as Spanish courses in Spain should be. Does the idea of a school that offers the perfect Spanish courses in Spain for adults in the same age bracket that refuses to stick as many students in a class as possible sound too good to be true?
Centro MundoLengua is a private language school located in Sevilla that offers the very best Spanish language courses to individuals from all over the world who want to either take their first steps in learning Spanish or continue developing their proficiency in that language. Our intensive courses in small group sizes give adults of all ages and abilities the ideal platform to learn Spanish effectively in an environment that guarantees full cultural and linguistic immersion. And with international accreditation and an extremely interactive approach to teaching, Centro MundoLengua’s Spanish courses in Sevilla are the ideal way to boost your Spanish proficiency in a short space of time!
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!
There is possibly no greater place to study Spanish courses in Spain than here in Sevilla. Andalusia’s capital is not only a regional transport hub that connects much of the country’s south, but the spiritual home of many of the customs and traditions that Spain has become most closely associated with internationally, including Flamenco folk music, Sevillana dancing, horse riding and equestrian arts, la feria and, for right or for wrong, bullfighting. Many Spaniards identify Sevilla as the most romantic and passionate city of all Spain, and the abundant history and dazzling architecture that represents all eras of its existence certainly contribute to that. Sevilla is a city where hyper-modern, record-breaking structures straddle crumbling Roman ruins, where gothic cathedrals rub shoulders with iconic Moorish bell towers, and where a former tobacco factory that processed the commodity grown in imperial Spain’s colonies is now used as a university campus so that the future generations learn from the past. Sevilla has been at the center of Spain’s history and culture for over two millennia, making it the ideal location for Spanish courses in Spain.
This UNESCO World Heritage Site fully deserves to be the first item on this list. The world’s largest Gothic cathedral dominates the city skyline from afar, but be sure to enter to discover exactly how magnificent it looks on the inside as well. Its central nave is truly spectacular, as is the collection of ecclesiastical artworks, structures, carvings and altarpieces on show, as well as the 80 side chapels that line the cathedral. And just to add another small dash of history to this fabulous 12th century edifice, the Sevilla Cathedral contains the tomb of Christopher Columbus; one of the most influential people in the country’s history.
Standing proud next to the cathedral is the single most iconic structure in the whole of Sevilla. The 340 foot bell tower known as “La Giralda” was originally a minaret that formed part of a mosque constructed by the Moors during their settlement of the city before being incorporated into the design of the cathedral designed by the Castilians after their conquest. La Giralda can be seen from all over Sevilla, and the views from the very top of the local area unquestionably warrant climbing all the way up.
Another UNESCO World Heritage Site in Sevilla is the Real Alcázar, which may be familiar to viewers of “Game Of Thrones”. This majestic palatial complex boasts some of the finest examples of the stunning “Mudéjar” architecture that is most prominent in Andalusia, and inspired directors of the hit TV series to use the Alcázar as a filming location. Wandering along its patios, courtyards, plazas, fountains, orange trees, peacocks and of course the palace itself is an activity that simply never gets dull.
Sevilla’s “Old Jewish Quarter” is quite possibly the most mystical neighborhood in the whole city. As you slowly navigate your way through the cobbled streets, narrow alleyways, quaint plazas and giant stone walls, you’ll begin to feel yourself drifting back in time. Is that thanks to Santa Cruz’s ability to prevent the noise (and traffic) of modern life penetrating its depths? Or is it thanks to the endless placards, shrines and information boards that tell the tales of the residents of the Barrio Santa Cruz through the centuries? Whatever the reason, Santa Cruz guarantees to surprise you with something worth stopping for around every single corner.
At the Plaza de España we transition from the ancient to the modern. Completed in only 1928, this enormous semi-circular plaza located opposite the delightful Parque de María Luisa is not just one of the most popular photography spots for many of the 2 million annual visitors Sevilla receives, but also a preferred filming location for several Hollywood motion pictures, most famously in the Star Wars franchise. And as soon as you spend even a short amount of time among Plaza de España’s high archways, soaring towers, boating canals, lows bridges, tiled walkways, arching fountain and colorful alcoves dedicated to Spain’s provinces, you will understand its popularity.
Another of Sevilla’s modern major landmarks is the Metropol Parasol. Below ground are the 2,000 year old remains of the Roman city that are accessible to the public, but visitors eyes are inevitably drawn upward to the giant structure that has earned the Metropol Parasol the nickname “Las Setas” by the locals. The single largest wooden structure in the entire world has a striking resemblance to a giant mushroom, and from the very top, you can enjoy some of the finest dusk and nighttime views available in the whole city.
Yet Sevilla has so much more to offer. Spain’s fourth largest city has an almost endless amount of attractions, including:
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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