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The best Spanish courses in Salamanca
Intensive Spanish course 20 Don Quijote SalamancaDon Quijote Salamanca20 group lessons a week (4 lessons a day from Monday to Friday)
Intensive Spanish course 25 Don Quijote SalamancaDon Quijote Salamanca25 group lessons a week: 20 general Spanish classes + 5 Spanish conversation and culture workshops.
Super-Intensive Spanish course 30 Don Quijote SalamancaDon Quijote Salamanca30 lessons per week: 20 general Spanish classes + 5 Spanish culture and conversation workshops + 5 semi-private classes.
EducatorHi! I'm Monika Przysiecka,
Some interesting facts about the city:
City with one of the most beautiful old towns in Spain, World´s Heritage. Full of Arts and culture.
Most of the museums are of free access.
The University of Salamanca is on of the oldest one in the world, and the first of the Hispanic Universities.
University atmosphere with students from all over the world.
Enjoy the Castilian cuisine.
A comfortable city to live in and you can get to any place by walk.
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Salamanca is one of the most popular cities chosen by the foreign students to learn the Spanish language and culture. It´s located within the Autonomous Community of Castile-Leon, about 200km from Madrid and about 100km from Portugal.
The city was declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1988 and in 2002 it was the European City of Culture. As spots of interest there are its two Cathedrals, the San Esteban Church, the University, the Monterrey Palace, the Clergy or its famous Plaza Mayor.
The University of Salamanca is one of the oldest in the world (1218) and it´s a prominent student city, helping it maintain its young and dynamic atmosphere. Studying in Salamanca will be an unforgettable experience.
One of the most important characters of the city. On the day of the celebration, the Mariquelo dresses up in a charro outfit and climbs up to the New Cathedral to play a charrada with a pipe and a drum. This act is to commemorate a historic event that happened in 1755.
Declared a Festival of International Tourist Interest, it has 16 Confraternities that organise 22 processions, some of which date back to the beginning of the 1500s.
Once the festivities have started, for the entire week there will be plenty of street performances, concerts, traditional pinchos, a medieval market, bullfighting fair and many other events.
Thousands of University students gather at the Plaza Mayor at 12 midnight in order to celebrate the official New Year´s Eve and the Festival of the end of the year.