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Spanish Schools in Mexico

Spanish Schools in Mexico: What Are You Looking For?

  • Guanajuanto


    You can’t help but fall in love with Guanajuato’s spectacular colonial mansions, enchanting churches, magical museums, and thriving theaters. Stroll down a colorful street under the bluest sunny sky, then find your seat at a café on a tree-lined plazita and enjoy roving musicians while reviewing your Spanish vocabulary. (Then practice with the waiter!)

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  • Mexico City

    Mexico City

    Love the movement, the creativity, the million things to do at any one moment, the streets, the life of the big city even at 3am? A fascinating, lively body of 20 million inhabitants, Mexico City melds the old and the new, the rich and the poor, the diurnal and the nocturnal, making it an optimal place to study Spanish, culture and history.

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  • Oaxaca


    A delight for the senses, eco-focused Oaxaca welcomes you with its kaleidoscopic arts and crafts scene, active indigenous presence, and internationally recognized cuisine. Eat up folk dance and chapulines (or chocolate). Find a fabulous rug. Hike in the nearby sierra or muse over a museum. It’s also easy to volunteer in this popular Spanish student destination.

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  • Playa del Carmen

    Playa del Carmen

    Want to study Spanish in the morning, then frolic in the sand, soak in the sun, snorkel and swim, or shop in the afternoon? Dine on delectable seafood overlooking the beach in the evening? And shake it all night at an upscale club? Okay, maybe not all in one day, so stay a few weeks to learn Spanish at a language school in lovely Playa del Carmen!

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  • Puebla


    Learn Spanish in the shadow of Mexico’s snow-capped volcanoes, Popocatépetl and Iztaccíhuatl, in this lovely, conservative, colonial capital (the fourth largest in Mexico) of the state by the same name, Puebla is filled with lively students, rich history, awe-inspiring architecture, ornate talavera ceramics, and internationally famous food.

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  • Puerto Vallarta

    Puerto Vallarta

    The friendly grande dame of Mexican beach towns, Puerto Vallarta has been welcoming foreigners in style for decades to its palm-tree-edged soft sand and blue bay waters. Top-tier restaurants, shops, nightlife, arts and culture, and innumerable fun activities all complete your true, relaxed enjoyment on your language-learning vacation to this Pacific gem.

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  • Querétaro


    Immerse yourself in both Spanish and Mexican history in this mid-sized, understated, colonial jewel of central Mexico. Key to the beginning of Mexican independence, Queretaro centro’s pedestrian andadores link a handful of manicured plazas, where you can take in live music or folk dance, or simply study Spanish in the shade at a nearby café.

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  • San Cristóbal de las Casas

    San Cristóbal de las Casas

    A bewitching recipe of indigenous, colonial, and cosmopolitan, San Cristobal de las Casas will simply charm you into learning Spanish – especially if you like your Mexican plate half Mayan, half Spanish, with a dash of foreign. San Cris, as the locals call it, is also the place to volunteer (think children or green) while you take those Spanish classes.

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  • Tulum


    Just want to tranquilly bathe yourself in both español and the turquoise waters of the Caribbean? Learn Spanish at a Teach Me Mexico language school in Tulum for the perfect combination of Spanish, sea, sun, and sand. Hang out in a hammock with your Spanish book and you'll realize there might not be a more relaxed scene in all of Mexico.

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