[h1a]Spanish Schools – Sucre, Bolivia[/h1a]
[h4a]1 week, Standard Intensive + Homestay at Academia Latinoamericana de Español, Bolivia[/h4a]
Academia Latinoamericana de Español, founded in 1989, is one of the pioneers of modern language teaching to foreign students in South America. We have a long tradition of providing top-quality Spanish language instruction. The Academia offers one of the finest programs of Spanish language study in Latin America, specially designed to quickly develop a working proficiency in Spanish. Our students participate in cultural seminars, field trips, and grammar and conversation classes. Our professors are native speakers.
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In 1987, Sucre was designated as a ‘Cultural Heritage of Humanity’ by UNESCO. Sucre is a beautiful colonial judicial capital located in the Andean highlands of Bolivia. It is known as the ‘White City of the Americas’ due to its numerous colonial buildings, all of which are painted in white and topped with shiny red tile roofs. Set in a valley surrounded by low mountains, Sucre is small (pop. 250,000) and thus easy to explore on foot.
A university town known as the center of learning and progressive thought within Bolivia, Sucre has many museums, a lively central plaza, shops and restaurants. The city has a youthful, energetic feel.[/tab]
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- Several different courses may be combined, minimum 1 week per course required. Course starting dates: Every Monday all year round for all courses (except Academic Year, Semester and Quarter Abroad). The weekly rate includes 5 days of classes (from Monday to Friday), 7 days accommodation with your host family or at our own student residence, 2 meals per day (at the host family only) and more.
- Handicap-Accessible: Yes
|Known as the “City of Four Names”, Sucre is also called Charcas, La Plata and Chuquisaca. Founded in the 1500s by Spanish colonials, Sucre offers visitors a clear glimpse of life in aristocratic Spain in the 16th century.More details|
[h4a]Lake Titicaca [/h4a]
|Bordering Bolivia and Peru, Lake Titicaca is the largest lake in South America. Incans, as well as a number of other native peoples, are thought to have originated in the region. Near the south-eastern shore of the lake lies Tiwanaku, ruins of an ancient city state that scholars believe was a precursor of the Inca Empire.More details|
[h4a]Madidi National Park [/h4a]
|Madidi National Park stretches from the Andes to the Amazon. Encompassing over 7,000 square miles, Madidi is known as one the most biologically diverse parks in the worldMore details|
[h4a]Yungas Road [/h4a]
|Dubbed the “World’s Most Dangerous Road” Yungas Road runs from La Paz to Bolivia’s Amazon rainforest region in the north of the country. The road has proved dangerous for those traveling in vehicles, but Yungas has become a favorite travel attraction for mountain bikersMore details|
- General Spanish courses
- Intensive Spanish courses
- One-to-One Spanish courses
- Junior Spanish courses
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|Academia Latinoamericana de Español, Bolivia109, Dalence Street, on the corner of Nicolas Ortiz StreetSucre