Read our Stories and experiences about exciting destination in Latin America & recommended Spanish Schools where you can learn Spanish, live the culture, explore the surroundings and have an amazing experience you will, most likely, never forget!

Learn Spanish with skulls and skeletons: Day of the Dead

21 Oct
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Learn Spanish with skulls and skeletons: Day of the Death
Monday October 21, 2019 - Posted by admin

Learn Spanish in Latin America in October and November is a unique experience you will not easily forget. You will live and experience one of the most important cultural events of the Latin American culture: el Día de los Muertos. Especially in Mexico but also in Guatemala and Peru, the streets will be full of magic and images of smiling ‘skulls’. The locals will prepare lovely food and music and take it to the cemeteries.

Dia de los Muertos

Día de los Muertos or Day of the Dead is a two-day holiday that occurs November 1st and 2nd. It is celebrated across Latin America but originated in Mexico. Therefore it is most strongly associated in the Mexican culture. For many Latinos this sacred time is when the borders between the spiritual and the real world disappear, bringing together the two communities for a short period to enjoy each other’s company. For a few cherished moments, the dead and the living are close enough to touch. (more…)

Reasons to Study Spanish in Cuba

09 Oct
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Reasons to Study Spanish in Cuba
Wednesday October 09, 2019 - Posted by admin

Cuba: here life truly comes alive. Turbulent history, old fashioned cars, lively music are all aspects that make Cuba, Cuba. There are endless places to see and things to do in Cuba and you cannot go wrong by packing your bags and heading to Cuba.  Looking for a great place to learn Spanish? Here are Reasons to  Study Spanish in Cuba!

The best places to see in Cuba

Havana, oh na, na! Founded in 1515, the Cuban capital Havana is originally named San Cristóbal de la Habana. Havana is a place that tourists cannot miss – and it’s a great destination for a Spanish School too. The city has a lot of complex history, vibrant colors, and lively dancing. It is characterized by old fashioned cars and lively, friendly people. (more…)