Vigo is the biggest city in Galicia and an urban destination located in the fantastic natural setting of the Rias Baixas. It is a well-known destination for both Spanish and European tourists because it is home to Las Rodas, one of the top 10 beaches in the world according to several international publications such as The Guardian. The city is awake day and night with an intense cultural and artistic life all year round. The cost of living is considerably lower than in cities like Barcelona, Madrid or Seville and makes Vigo the ideal destination for any student.
Spain: Learn Spanish in Vigo
Spain, 1 to 8 weeks, Vigo
ELE+, 25 sessions
25 sessions of 50 minutes per week
Synergy Class, Calle Maria Auxiliadora 5. Esquina Rda Don Bosco., Vigo 36202, Spain - Phone: +34 986 116 001We are a Spanish Language School in Vigo. Our goal is to help students not only to develop their language skills but also to speak the language, think about its cultural roots and communicate effectively through integrated, autonomous practice in the situations to which their real professional and personal life exposes them. If you want to learn about life in the real Spain, if you want to learn Spanish and have fun, if you want to learn among friends, if you are looking for a school with a wide range of courses and excellent academic level, come to Vigo. If you really want to LEARN SPANISH IN SPAIN, come and meet us!
- Outstanding location
- Great nationality mix (students from 28 countries – 4 continents)
- Excellent qualified teachers whose native language is Spanish
- All the facilities required to maximise the training benefits
- Spacious, warm and functional premises
- Activities, trips (Santiago de Compostela, museums, Tower of Hercules, Valença do Minho in Portugal)
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One of the best way to learn a foreign language is to study it abroad. Learning English in an English speaking country makes you be fully immersed in the language and culture. This is the same for any language. You practice what you learn and this makes all the difference. Learning a foreign language is a very good way to know the culture and share with locals.