[h1a]Spanish Schools – Puerto Vallarta, Mexico[/h1a]
[h4a]1 week, General Spanish courses at Solexico[/h4a]
Our mission is to provide the best quality instruction of Spanish as a Second Language, and to offer our students a meaningful and unforgetable cultural experience.
One thing that sets Soléxico apart is the individual attention each student receives. Our teachers, staff and host families provide around the clock attention, creating a family environment for every student.
Solexico Language and Cultural Centers provide students with the best opportunity to learn Spanish in a short period of time while being immersed in the Mexican culture, making learning a truly enjoyable experience.
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The magical combination of mountains, tropics and beaches makes visitors fall in love with Puerto Vallarta at first sight. Aside from its beauty and amazing flora and fauna, however, this city also allures tourists with its colonial architecture and traditions unique even in Mexico. Puerto Vallarta is the perfect blend of tropical waters and rich Mexican culture.
Puerto Vallarta is a great place to study Spanish for students who like to be active. you can try all kinds of aquatic activities on one of the world’s largest bays, and so many others by land. add to that a vibrant nightlife and the beautiful Old Town.[/tab]
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- Small groups with no more than 5 students per class
- Cultural activities during the week, such as movies or lectures in Spanish, free Salsa and cooking lessons and Café Social every Wednesday at a local café/restaurant/bar
- Homestay with Mexican families and residence
- Flexible schedule and programs
- Individual attention to each student and assistance with any questions or problems
- Handicap-Accessible: Our school is located on a second floor this is why we do not have facilities for disabled.
|In the 2nd century BC a new civilization arose in the valley of Mexico. This civilization built the flourishing metropolis of Teotihuacán and it’s huge pyramids. The Pyramid of the Sun was built around 100 AD and is the largest pyramid in Teotihuacán and all of Mexico.More details|
|Chichen Itza is the largest of the Maya cities in the Yucatan Peninsula and one of Mexico’s most visited tourist destinations. The most famous landmark of Chichen Itza is the temple-pyramid of El Castillo. The design of the temple has special astronomical significance.More details|
|Tulum is situated on the east coast of the Yucatán Peninsula. It once served as the major port of the Mayan city of Coba. Tulum was built around 1200 AD when the Mayan civilization was already in decline and therefore lacks the elegance of some other famous sites.More details|
|The Copper Canyon is in fact a network of canyons which together are several times larger than the Grand Canyon. The most popular way to explore the Copper Canyon is on the ‘Chihuahua al Pacifico’ Railway.More details|
|Palenque is an archaeological site that was located on the western edge of the Maya empire in the present-day state of Chiapas, Mexico. Palenque is much smaller than some of its Mayan neighbor cities, but it contains some of the finest architecture and sculptures the Maya ever produced.More details|
- General English courses
- Intensive English courses
- Business English courses
- One-to-One English courses
- Examination English courses
- Sport + English courses
- Junior English courses
- Academic Year English courses
- Teacher English courses
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|SolexicoKennia Burgueño Juarez 793 Col. Centro
Puerto Vallarta 48300