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A short overview of what Christmas in Spain is like Depending on where you’re from, the festive December period in your country may be much different to your typical Christmas in Spain. For example, you’d expect the Spaniards to have Christmas dinner on the 25th like...

Hoping to Help So you want to do your part to give back to the world and help those who are less fortunate. Being a volunteer in Spain is an enriching experience, but how do you actually make it happen? There are many things you have...

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...

A glimpse at the first weeks of two roommates living with a Spanish family and studying abroad in Spain Want to study abroad in Spain? Curious about what it’s like to live with a Spanish family? Unsure of the transition into Spanish life or how you...

For those of you who have been keeping up with my blogs, I'm sure you've noticed the close relationship I've developed with my Spanish host family. After being here a glorious 7 months, my time here in Spain is quickly coming to an end. Unfortunately,...

1.Even in the summer, it still gets chilly The first mistake to which I became cognizant upon while studying abroad in Cadiz five years ago was that I had not brought a jacket with me. Surely, I would learn from that experience and bring warm clothes...

Being a study abroad student is such an eye-opening experience. I came to Spain ready to learn the ins and outs of Seville. As any traveler would do, I made sure to read-up on key facts before arriving in order to have a head start...

“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...

“El Flamenco“, one of Spain’s most admired and best known art forms, celebrates today its fifth international day. To mark this special event, we have put together a quiz to put your flamenco knowledge to the test. Even flamenco experts might learn a thing or two. We...

Have you ever wanted to have breakfast with an exclusive view of some of Seville’s prettiest buildings? Our college students (who are here for a semester), on the study abroad program, were treated to such an opportunity on the terrace of Hotel Palacio Alcázar. The...

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...

Seville is home to many beautiful buildings and styles of architecture. Due to the long history or conquest in Seville, the city bears many different architectural styles, one of the most prominent being from the Moors. This can be seen most prominently in the palace...

There are many ways to discover a country´s culture; one of them is through its legends. Today we are going to inform you about one of the most magical nights in the entire world, the Night of Saint John, in Spain. The festival is on...

My name is Zach, and I recently spent two weeks with Centro Mundo lengua as part of a trip organized by my school. We spent our first three days in Madrid sightseeing, learning about Spanish culture, and trying some very delicious Spanish cuisine. On the...

The students from Dunwoody High School in the USA stayed here in Seville for about one week. We were pretty amazed about their effort during the Spanish classes and cultural excursions. And for that, we really want to thank you guys! It was a pleasure...

It's no secret that studying abroad strengthens your foreign language skills -- to the point of fluency! But a country is much more than its language. It is its people: the culture they practice, the humor they laugh at, and the food they eat! If you're studying...

At Centro Mundolengua we had the pleasure to host students from The American School of Moscow. It’s hard not to enjoy studying abroad in Seville with its endless sunny days, tapas, siestas, and the overall laid back culture. Students had the opportunity to experience Spanish...

Studying for two weeks in Cadiz with Centro Mundolengua is probably the best thing I have experienced in my life. I can honestly say those two weeks felt like a dream and I feel so lucky and fortunate to have been able to be a...

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