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1. Posted by ella13 (Full Member 64 posts) 8y Star this if you like it!

Hi -

I am wanting to take a short Spanish course for a couple of weeks in Spain (I am a beginner) but am not sure what town would be the most fun.
Any suggestions on places and courses?
It will be around the beginning of September.

Thanks for any help x x

2. Posted by OHannemari (Budding Member 44 posts) 8y Star this if you like it!

Hi Ella,

What a good idea to take Spanish courses in Spain, that´s the best way to learn it!
There are a lot of towns in Spain which are a lot of fun to go to. For example you can go to Madrid, Barcelona, Seville, Valencia or Mallorca.

I´m working now in Barcelona and this is a beautiful city! There are so many things to do here so you´ll never be bored. It´s very easy here to meet people, especially on the beach or in the clubs.
The weather here is very good, also in September.

A couple of months ago (before I went to Barcelona) I was also looking for a Spanish course. I saw the website :
Estudio Hispanico has Spanish courses all over Spain. If you can´t chose just one city you can maybe do the course in different city´s of Spain. I thought Estudio Hispanico is nice because you are not alone there because you are together with a lot of students.
They will also help you with finding an apartment. They offer student apartments, private studio apartments, student residences and carefully-selected Spanish host families. So a lot of choice!

I hope this will help you and if you have any more questions just ask!


3. Posted by Herr Bert (Moderator 1387 posts) 8y Star this if you like it!

The first thing is to not expect miracles in learning a language, if you only have a couple of weeks. I think that that is something important to realize. Most schools will give you a test first to check at what level you need to start. If you are beginner it can take around 6 weeks of 30 hours of classes to pass the first level. Prices are pretty steep, and differences between schools can be big, so try to make a good decision when chosing a school. If you know someone that has done a course like that, ask them for advice.

In september a lot of students are coming to places like Madrid, Barcelona, Salamanca, Granada etc. so housing can be something difficult to find, as demand is high. Therefor a school that can provide you with a place in advance, might not be a bad idea. It might cost you a little bit extra, but it saves you the time to look for a place, and in a lot of cases being rejected, as people prefer someone that stays a bit longer than a couple of weeks. Also take a look at some of the small print. There are schools that offer to pick you up from the airport, but they charge a rediculious amount of money for that, whilst a busticket or metroticket is cheap.

4. Posted by ella13 (Full Member 64 posts) 8y Star this if you like it!

Thanks so much for the replies. They are really useful
: ) can't wait...

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