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Before I had the opportunity to study abroad, I visited Europe exactly one time. I was twelve years old and had little concept of the foreign land as I walked the streets of Paris and Nice with my Dad and grandparents. I remember very little...

Six years ago, I signed up for a summer language program in Cádiz with barely any expectations, other than building on my basic skills and getting to know fellow Spanish students from around the world. It was my first trip abroad on my own, so...

If you find yourself in Sevilla, I can just about promise that you’ll also find yourself on a fairly popular tourist route. Regardless of whether you are studying abroad or just vacationing in Spain, the main attractions remain the same. This will include amazing attractions...

“My dream is to travel the world.” Almost everyone I know has said some variant of this sentence at some point. Because I’ve spent the last year of my life living in Barcelona for graduate school, I’ve been incredibly fortunate when it comes to that whole...

After a glance at the last year and a half of my life, one might say that I’m not on a “typical American” path. After an amazing summer study abroad experience in Cádiz, Spain during the summer before my junior year of college, I decided...

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...

Seville, is known for being a bastion of culture not just in the south but in Spain as a whole, and thus, we wasted no time in throwing our semester students into the local way of life head-first. We chose to introduce our American visitors to...

Since August of 2014, I have been fortunate enough to be able to travel to Spain three times and spend roughly 8 months of the past two years here; thanks Mom and Dad. Throughout my time here I have gained an immeasurable amount of knowledge...

When I first signed up to come to Seville as an individual, I was nervous about going alone to a country where I knew no one. What would I doif I got lost? Or if I lost my luggage? Or my phone or wallet or...

Every city has many experiences to offer, all of which are new and exciting for tourists. It is impossible, however, to fit everything into one trip, right? Two weeks ago, I would have said no one could get to know a city in two weeks,...

Want to spend a summer studying abroad by the beach, learn a new language and travel? If so, Centro MundoLengua’s three month summer program in Cadiz, Spain is perfect for you!! We got a chance to interview one of our students Sara Maggiore about her...

Today marks the last day for the students that are studying abroad for our Pre-AP Spanish Program. Therefore, we had to make sure to end their time abroad on a high note! After finishing class yesterday the students were treated to an afternoon in Isla...

The 4th of July is a day in the United States reserved for cookouts, time with family and friends, and most importantly, fireworks. So, what do you do if you don´t happen to be in the United States during this time? Sadly, this holiday is...

The best place to take a selfie in Spain, without a doubt, is on the beaches of Cádiz. This is due to a multitude of reasons: the beach offers a great variety of Cádiz life in one location, it is the most beautiful part of...

One thing that I worried about before coming to Cádiz was what my family and the people in the city would be like. When I arrived in Cádiz my host "mom" came to pick me up from the train station and I learned about the...

Before I arrived in Cádiz for my study abroad with Centro MundoLengua, I had the opportunity to travel to Barcelona and Madrid with my mother for a few days. I had an incredible time learning more about the country, and I strongly suggest that if you choose...

When studying abroad in new city it is imperative that you get to know the surrounding area so that you don´t get lost and so that you can enjoy yourself to the maximum degree; this is especially important when moving to a city that speaks...

A new week means the arrival of new students and us here at Centro MundoLengua couldn´t be happier. Our newest groups of students come from multiple schools all across the United States: Cranbrook Schools in Michigan, Glenbrook South High School in Illinois, Avon Lake in...

Studying abroad in Southern Spain means that within a couple hours you have multiple cities at your fingertips. This weekend multiple groups got the chance to travel from Cadiz to explore one of Spain’s oldest cities, Granada. Full of rich culture and history, Granada is...

Are you following this year’s Euro Copa? Centro Mundo Lengua sure is!!! Soccer (fútbol) is one of the most popular sports around the world and especially in Spain. It is the national sport of Spain and through its massive popularity within the country, it has gained...

Beginning kindergarten I was the youngest kid in our entire school. Although this is something that I am made fun of for on the daily (yeah you know who you are), it really never even phased me until this year. When I was turning 15...

Today was IS a day of firsts. It was my first time flying to a different country alone, exploring a city completely unknown to me, accidentally eating meat for the first time (sorry mom), and most importantly my first endeavour in attempting to condense my thoughts,...

This week is a more solemn and sad one as compared to the past two, due to the lack of noise that general fills the office during our days at Centro MundoLengua. This is because we had to say goodbye to four groups of our...

This week we were fortunate enough to welcome our newest group of study abroad students from The Shipley School in Pennsylvania to Seville. Although they have only been here for less than week, the students have already been able to experience the vast amount of...

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