Classes in Spanish: Face-to-face, Online or “Walking classes”
“I am Don Quijote, and my profession is that of a knight errant. My laws are to undo wrongs, to do good and to avoid evil.”
The ingenious Hidalgo Don Quixote de la Mancha by MIGUEL DE CERVANTES 17th century, considered the greatest figure of Spanish literature.
|At HispaLing, besides being able to learn online until you master the language, you are also lucky to be able to complete your learning at our headquarters in Barcelona (Sant Cugat del Vallés) with 8 classrooms available, comfortably equipped and with technological access. You can apply to join our face-to-face courses which take place throughout the year (except August) or receive private classes tailored to your needs for the duration of your stay.
HispaLing, as a leading school for Spanish since 1999, innovates in teaching, both at a face-to-face and online level, to facilitate fast, solid and satisfactory learning.
As you know, Spain is a multicultural country with great linguistic richness where several languages coexist, besides Spanish or Castilian such as Galician, Basque, Valencian, Aranese and Catalan. If you request it, we can also teach you to communicate quickly and practically in Catalan: “Català express”, either online, in person or as a “Walking class”.
|At HispaLing we also offer you a unique learning system as an additional enhancement to your face-to-face classes or as a possibility to contract to learn Spanish during your trip or stay in Spain: “Clases andantes“.
Book a pack of Spanish class hours with a linguistic and cultural coach who will teach you the language on the move and show you the culture while you visit the city of Barcelona, Sant Cugat del Vallés or Zaragoza. If you wish, they will also teach you how to order properly in a restaurant, how to communicate effectively in different contexts and will give you useful advice so that your level and use of the language will allow you to open doors wherever you go.
As the latest neurological research indicates, being on the move and receiving lessons and explanations from an expert will make your learning very fast and effective, as well as interesting.
Sant Cugat del Vallés is a small, very pleasant town of about 90,000 inhabitants, which belongs to the province of Barcelona and is located about 5 km (from the Les Planes district) from the big city, between the Collserola and Galliners mountains. This municipality has it all because it offers you a dynamic cultural activity, it is home to important media, with extensive economic activity, attractive shops, pedestrian areas, a beautiful 9th century monastery and many places to go hiking to be next to the mountains. Moreover, the train will easily take you to Barcelona in a maximum of 20 minutes when you want to enjoy this lively city that satisfies the most varied tastes: architecture, sea, gastronomy, culture, etc.
Zaragoza is a perfect city for varied tourism. It is located between Barcelona and Madrid with a high-speed train link. It borders the Pyrenees, beautiful cities and beautiful landscapes. It is located on the banks of the rivers Ebro, Huerva and Gállego and the Canal Imperial de Aragón, in the centre of a wide valley. Its privileged geographical location makes it an important logistic and communication hub. It is located about 300 km from Madrid, Barcelona, Valencia and Bilbao. Part of its municipal district is occupied by the natural reserve of the Sotos y Galachos del Ebro.
It is a quiet and friendly city despite its almost 700,000 inhabitants that offers everything and for all tastes. It is an ideal place to practice Spanish because the official Spanish is spoken and people tend to be communicative and welcoming, making your stay easier. As well as beautiful emblematic buildings dating from Roman times and the impressive and venerated Basilica Cathedral of Nuestra Señora del Pilar (an important Baroque temple in Spain whose history dates back to the 9th century and, according to tradition, it was the first Marian temple in Christendom), you will find many interesting museums, charming shops and a wide range of cultural and gastronomic offerings that will allow you to enjoy both traditional Aragonese and international cuisine and attractive routes for walking and eating tapas in the city, such as the emblematic Tubo with bars of all kinds and for all tastes.
We can give you advice or even facilitate a stay with a family to make your immersion in the culture even more complete. To do this, we need you to inform us at least one month in advance.