The school Don Quijote Salamanca offers the following cultural activities to complement your course
The San Millán Church is a perfect place to start your visit to the city. It utilises virtual entertainment, computer graphics and other audiovisual means that reflect the monum...Visit web
The symbols of the city and World Heritage Sites, the Old Cathedral of Salamanca was built in 1220 and the New Cathedral around 1520, 900 years of history with a combina...Visit web
The Cave of Salamanca
An old crypt of the San Cebrián Church. According to legend, the Devil gave magic lessons to 7 pupils over 7 years, and once they were finished, one of them had to st...Visit web
One of the most beautiful and biggest Squares in Spain and a place for rendezvous among the local people. It´s a baroque-style construction built with three floors supported by 8...Visit web
University of Salamanca
The University of Salamanca was established in 1218 and is one of the first European Universities. Besides the historic building, there are many unique departments that are worth ...Visit web
San Esteban Church
It´s a Dominican church built in plateresque style and inside it there´s a huge temple, a cloister of the Kings, the Cloister of Colon and the housing facilities for the Do...Visit web
Take a tour inside the Medieval Towers of the Cathedral and admire its art and history dating back more than 900 years. It´s a spectacular viewpoint where you can get a...Visit web
Casa de las Conchas
One of the most well-known palaces in Salamanca, built towards the end of the 15th century. On the façade hang more than 300 shells. According to legend one ...Visit web
This Museum of Art Nouveau and Art Déco is situated in an impressive placeta surrounded by stained-glass windows. It´s a must-see if you ever come to SalamancaVisit web
Museo del Comercio
Through the inventions and innovations of the past, you will get the chance to learn more about the most important parts of the history of this city´s industry and...Visit web
Casa Unamuno Museum
It was the residence of the writer from 1900 to 1914, when he was the Rector of the University of Salamanca. Nowadays, there´s a museum space where you can see how Unamuno used t...Visit web
The Garden of Calixto y Melibea
A small garden situated over the City´s Wall that gives marvellous views of the Cathedrals and the Tormes. It is believed that it was the place where the tragic lovers ...Visit web
Study Spanish at Don Quijote Salamanca
Barely a few minutes away from Plaza Mayor, in the beating heart of the city, there is Don Quijote Salamanca school. Just by passing below the stone arches of the entrance you will feel the magic given off by this XVI century monastery. This beautiful old building was renovated and equipped with modern installations. The walls, however, are not it all, and the teachers are the crucial factor, and in this case, they are wonderful. You will be also able to keep in touch with your loved ones thanks to the free WiFi access, relax in the common areas, get to know students from all over the world and you shall get prepared to explore this fantastic city.
After your Spanish classes, you can stroll around the city and all of its interesting sites and enjoy all the things you can do in the "Ciudad Dorada" (Golden City). It's the perfect choice, especially, if you're looking for the standard version of the language as this place is widely considered as the one which uses the purest form of Spanish.
You will never get tired of seeing everything that Salamanca has to offer. It's famous for its historical university and it will submerge you in the youthful atmosphere full of possibilities.
Studying a language in this pretty, XVI century building of the Spanish school in Salamanaca will be a stimulating learning experience which will expose you to the history and culture of this region.