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Book also the accommodation with us and you will feel like home at no more than 30 minutes from the school
After over 25 years of experience, we know how important it is to you to have comfortable accommodation where you have all the necessary amenities at your disposal such as WIFI for your laptop or Smartphone, and be situated near the school and close to the center of Seville:
Typically 4 to 6 people live in each apartment and are normally a mix of international students and Spaniards.
Staying with a Spanish host family is the best option for students who wish to learn as much Spanish as possible in the time available to them.
Student Residence Halls
A student residence is a good option if you wish to live with students, but do not want to stay in a host family and would prefer not to cook for yourself in a shared apartment.
If you wish to maintain your independence and enjoy a little ´luxury´, then this accommodation is for you. We have rooms of differing sizes and apartments ranging from studios to multi-bedrooms, in Seville.
Learn Spanish in Seville
The school is only a 5 minute walk from the Plaza de España and Gran Vía. It boasts 38 bright and airy classrooms, 2 conference rooms with a capacity for 100 and 70 guests respectively, as well as other school facilites spread through the 3 lower floors. You will have access to a state of the art computer room with 20 computer stations providing easy and free internet access. Alternatively log on to the school´s free WiFi network if you prefer to use your own laptop. Throughout the building your comfort is maintained with centralized heating and air conditioning. The facilities are fully adapted for students and visitors with a disability.
We will help you enjoy your time in Seville so in addition to our courses we offer a large diversity of excursions at the weekend. The excursions are announced weekly at the secretariat. The costs depend on the destination of the excursion. Examples of cultural visits and excursions in Seville: A walking tour of the old part of Seville, Prado Museum, The Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía, The Royal Palace and And much more.
Our partner school in Seville ideally located in the Arenal district, close to the Cathedral, next to the 'Plaza de Toros' in the heart of the old city center, surrounded by shops and restaurants. The school has 18 classrooms, library, computer room, conference room, offices, a 300 m2 terrace with nice views of the Giralda and a patio, elevator, common areas where you can study and meet friends, all equipped with air conditioning. Facilities are fully adapted for handicapped students and visitors.
Seville, the capital of Andalusia, has a rich Moorish heritage and was once a prosperous port trading with the Americas due to its location along the banks of the Guadalquivir River. Still lively and busy, the streets and squares of the historic quarter treasure many World Heritage sites and buildings and with many districts are full of traditional cultural such Triana and La Macarena.
Seville is a major business and service center in South Spain and has a large variety of hotels distributed throughout the city which allows visitors to discover its endless attractions. Among the many leisure options that Seville boasts are museums and art centers, theme parks, cinemas, theaters and clubs and of course the numerous terraces and bars where one can discover and enjoy one of the most deeply-rooted and appetizing traditions:"Going out for tapas".
The Sevillian festivals give another wonderful excuse to visit this great city. Easter Week celebrations and the April Fair Feria de Abril) have been declared events of National Tourist Interest. These festivals reflect the devotion and folklore of Seville and showcase Sevillian friendly and open hospitality to visitors.
Seville´s appeal does not end there. The Andalusian capital is the starting point for many cultural routes, including the Roman Bética Route and the Washington Irving route.