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Monday, July 16, 2007 (read 815 times)
 

Learn Spanish way down South in Cádiz, or way up north in Pamplona

by Erin

We've just added two new partner schools, carefully selected to meet our standards of quality in teaching and service.

This adds two truly emblematic (should I even say legendary?) Spanish cities to your don Quijote destinations: Pamplona, a cobblestoned city of tradition, and yes, the famous running of the bulls, and Cádiz, (in photo) a sun drenched enclave rich in history, traditional culture, and white architecture against blue Andalucian skies.

Read more about Cádiz and what you can do in your free time through the entire province of Cádiz- from walks on pristine beaches to hikes in the sierra - here.

Read what TourSpain has to say about lovely, historic Pamplona here.


Keywords: study abroad,don quijote,schools,spain,spanish,travel,cadiz,pamplona

Comments

1 » Anonymous (on Thursday, July 26, 2007) said:

Hi,
thanks for your comment. There is an excellent school of japanese in Salamanca, but I am afraid that I don't know any good places in Barcelona, maybe some other readers can help.
In Salamanca you could contact the Casa de Japón - Centro Cultural Hispano Japonés, they teach japanese.

2 » become a tutor

hey, im live in barcelona and i want to learn japanese, do u know someplace where i can study here in barcelona ?

3 » Anonymous (on Thursday, July 26, 2007) said:

Hi,
thanks for your comment. There is an excellent school of japanese in Salamanca, but I am afraid that I don't know any good places in Barcelona, maybe some other readers can help.
In Salamanca you could contact the Casa de Japón - Centro Cultural Hispano Japonés, they teach japanese.

4 » become a tutor

hey, im live in barcelona and i want to learn japanese, do u know someplace where i can study here in barcelona ?

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