Our Spanish Language School in Guanajuato offers high quality intensive Spanish language immersion courses for college students, interested adults and professionals at affordable prices in the center of Guanajuato. Students of different ages - from 18 to 78 years of age - from over 40 different countries are coming to our school to learn Spanish and Mexican culture.
"I've been meaning to write you and tell you how great the school is. I love the building and the neighbourhood. The teachers are fantastic, full of personality and very good at teaching. In 9 days we have learned the preterite, imperfect, imperative and direct and indirect pronouns. The other students are very nice and we are all roughly at the same level.
The extra-curricular activities like salsa, cooking and social club are also excellent. I like it all so much I extended for 2 extra weeks. I'm a 62-year-old retired journalist and pretty fussy about everything, but I really can't recommend the school highly enough. And of course, the city of Guanajuato is infinitely charming and culturally fascinating." MM, retired journalist, Sydney, Australia
Guanajuato is the ideal place in Mexico for studying Spanish. A quiet, small university city (comparable with Granada and Salamanca in Spain), away from the tourist resorts. Declared as UNESCO Human Heritage Site, you will be overwhelmed by architecture and culture. An international airport at less than half hour away, makes the city well connected with all other cities in Mexico and the rest of the world. With regard to safety please do not worry at all; Guanajuato is 99,9% secure!
Guanajuato, a Capital of the Guanajuato State, with an altitude of 6,583 ft (2,008 m), is a historical and picturesque town of agreeable little plazas, streets lined with stairs and houses of pastel-colored facades and balconies trimmed with iron work, and flower-filled window boxes, located about a five-hour drive northwest of Mexico City. The town is a maze of cobblestone streets and alleys that wind around steep hillsides upon a small ravine, opening into vistas of beautiful churches and small plazas.
Most of these passageways are largely pedestrians only, since modern traffic circumvents the narrow streets underground, in massive stone tunnels and upon the riverbed, past the basements of the core city.
During centuries, a major mining center, its mines pouring out silver for the Spanish crown, now a government seat and college town. Since 1988, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, Guanajuato has no traffic lights or neon signs, creating an extremely enjoyable place to walk, peaceful, yet with plenty of life in the streets, and plenty to see.
Spanish Language School in Guanajuato is located in the city center. The school has 15 classrooms, a teachers' room, office, multimedia classroom, patio and terrace!