LEARN SPANISH IN BARCELONA


Barcelona is one of the nicest cities to visit. Its museums, theaters, art galleries and nightlife are of an impressive high standard. Besides that, this art and design centre has a lot of interesting sights to offer to its visitors. The best place to watch people go by, to stroll or simply relax, is 'Las Ramblas', a pedestrian street with dozens of outdoor cafes. Here, youll find flower-stands, book kiosks and small market stalls where they sell birds and small animals.

Youll also find an endlessly fascinating flowing receptacle of pageant-jugglers, singers, dancers, puppeteers, sidewalk artists, living statues and assorted oddballs on parade.



About the city

Population: 1,593,075 (2005)
Density: 15,869 hab./km (2005)
Average temperature: January and February 10 C, July and August 25 C.

Barcelona is located on the southeast coast of the Iberian Peninsula, facing the Mediterranean sea, in a plateau of about 5 km width limited by the mountain range of Collserola, the Llobregat river on the south and the Bess river on the north. It is 160 km (100 mi) south of the Pyrenees mountain range.

Collserola, part of the coastal mountain range, forms a soft rounded backdrop to the city. Its highest point, the mountain of Tibidabo, 512 m high and topped by the 288.4 m telecommunications tower of Collserolla, is visible from most of the city.
La Pedrera, Barcelona Forum Barcelona

Barcelona has 4.5 km of beaches, divided in seven different zones, all of them suitable for swimming. San Sebasti and Barceloneta are the historical beaches of Barcelona, situated between the harbor and the Olympic Port. The reestructuring of Barcelona's seaside for the 1992 Olympic Games gave Barcelona three new beaches, situated after the Olympic Port: Bogatell, Mar Bella and Nova Mar Bella. In the aftermath of the 2004 Universal Forum of Cultures, a new sandless bathing zone, sometimes described as a "sea pool", opened in the Forum premises. The newest beach, Llevant, opened in 2006, is situated between the Nova Mar Bella and the Forum.


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Barcelona photos

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Las Ramblas, Barcelona Agbar Tower, Barcelona Catalunya Square, Barcelona Olympic Port, Barcelona

Spanish courses in Barcelona

DELE B1-B2 Preparation Course

This course is only for non-native Spanish speakers and consists of 20 classes per week. At this level you require an intermediate Spanish (B1 level) or advanced Spanish (B2 level). Exam fees are not included. (approximate 150 for B1,and 172 for B2).

Start dates:
4-week course: 30/04/12, 30/07/12, 15/10/12
2-week course: 14/05/12, 13/08/12, 29/10/12


Groups: 16 students
Classes: 20
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DELE C1-C2 Preparation Course

This course is only for non-native Spanish speakers and consists of 20 classes per week. At this level you require superior Spanish (C1) or mastery Spanish (C2 level). Exam fees are not included.(approximate €180 for C1 and €187 for C2).

Start dates:
4-week course: 30/04/12, 30/07/12, 15/10/12
2-week course: 14/05/12, 13/08/12, 29/10/12


Groups: 16 students
Classes: 20
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Intensive Business Spanish Course

In the Intensive Business course you will learn the basics of business Spanish. You will study with active professionals taking the course to improve their careers and current university students about to finish their studies. The 4-weeks long program is made up of 20 classes of Intensive Business per week. We recommend the entire 4 week course to be eligible for the Chamber of Commerce exam, but you can also book a flexible and specially designed 2 week course. By completing the full 4-week program you will be prepared for the Basic Spanish Certificate in Business granted by the Madrid Chamber of Commerce.

Groups: 8 students
Classes: 20
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Intensive Spanish Course

In the Intensive course you will have 4 Spanish classes from Monday to Friday in groups of a maximum of 8 students. If you need to advance more quickly in oral communication we recommend you go for the Super- Intensive course, with 2 extra daily classes based on oral and written communication practice.
In addition, you have the option of attending an extra and completely free daily class covering different topics of cultural interest. We know that for a language course to be successful, it is not enough to offer excellent teaching. Other factors, such as socio-cultural aspects, also play an important part in its success.

Groups: 8 students
Classes: 20 + 5
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Superintensive Spanish Course

In the Intensive course you will have 6 Spanish classes from Monday to Friday in groups of a maximum of 8 students.
In addition, you have the option of attending an extra and completely free daily class covering different topics of cultural interest. We know that for a language course to be successful, it is not enough to offer excellent teaching. Other factors, such as socio-cultural aspects, also play an important part in its success.

Groups: 8 students
Classes: 30 + 5
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