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Here's a Quick Way to Get a Tan

by Stephen Maher on 4/9/2010

Invest sometime in learning Spanish where the rain in Spain is mainly - nowhere to be found. According to WikiAnswers, on average Madrid has 349 sunny days a year!In Salamanca, for example, the Plaza Mayor has sprung… more »

Spanish Royal couple to promote Made in /Made by Spain in NY

by Stacey on 3/2/2009 1:29:00 PM

On March 16 -17 of 2009, the city of New York " also known as The Big Apple - will welcome future King and Queen of Spain, Prince Felipe and Princess Letizia. The royal couple will inaugurate the "Made… more »

Experience Mexico for 15% less!

by Stacey on 2/1/2009

Would you like to study Spanish this spring on the shores of the Pacific Ocean or on the warm waters of the Caribbean?Now's your chance! Learn Spanish and get to know Mexico at an exceptional price!Plan your 2009… more »

New school in Santiago de Chile

by Stacey on 1/22/2009 12:56:00 AM

GREAT news again!It is our biggest pleasure to announce that on February 2 of 2009, our school in Santiago de Chile will move to a bigger, nicer and even better localized NEW "home". The decision for this… more »

Salamanca's International Congress on the value of Spanish

by Stacey on 10/3/2008 1:20:00 PM

This Congress, which takes place in the city of Salamanca in November 24, 25 and 26 of 2008, is a high level three-session forum whose purpose is to analyze the value of the Spanish language as a cultural and touristic… more »

Living Spanish in Barcelona celebration: 10% DISCOUNT OFFER!

by Stacey on 7/4/2008

The grand opening of our brand new school in Barcelona and the 2009 20th anniversary of the opening of the first don Quijote school in Spain are HUGE reasons to celebrate this year!To get the party going, we're… more »

Special member offer: no enrollment fee!

by Stacey on 6/24/2008

don Quijote is offering an exclusive discount for our members:When you book a Spanish course with us, we'll waive your enrollment fee saving you 65€/USD$100!!!It's our way of saying thank you for being a member!This… more »

Learn Spanish and travel in Spain!

by Paqui on 5/16/2008 11:06:00 AM

Dreaming of a trip to Spain? Then this opportunity is for you: Learn Spanish in Spain and explore the country on the weekends with a free hotel voucher.This is a special offer for Spanish courses at don Quijote schools… more »

Expo Zaragoza 2008

by Stacey on 4/28/2008 10:40:00 AM

If you're visiting Spain anytime between June 14th and September 14th, you must make a pit stop in Zaragoza.The reason? The city is hosting this year's International Exposition, under the title theme of… more »

Consejos de viaje y recursos gratis cada mes

by Paqui on 4/8/2008 3:14:00 PM

En el boletín de noticias de don Quijote te ofrecemos cada mes consejos y sugerencias para viajar por España y América Latina, además de recursos gratis para que puedas practicar y mantener tu… more »

10% discount on your Spanish course in Mexico

by Celine on 3/12/2008 1:25:00 PM

Check out our newest offer. If you have been thinking about studying Spanish in Mexico, there is no better time than the present. Escape the cold weather and enjoy a relaxing vacation while brushing up your… more »

The incredible Machu Picchu

by Celine on 3/5/2008 1:48:00 PM

Machu Picchu is a pre-Columbian city that was created by the Inca in the 15th century. It is located at 2,430 m on an Andes mountain ridge in the Urubamba Valley in Peru, about 70 km northwest of Cuzco.Forgotten for… more »

Virtual visit to Guanajuato, Mexico

by Paqui on 2/29/2008 12:31:00 AM

Travel with usto Guanajuato, a charming city in the heart of Mexico where we set our first Spanish school in Latin America: don Quijote Guanajuato. Guanajuato is a quiet university town, rich in culture and… more »

Winner of a two week Spanish course in Spain!!

by Celine on 2/22/2008 1:10:00 PM

In September 2007, we held a contest in our Monthly Newsletter offering a student the possibility to win a free Spanish course at don Quijote. We are very happy to announce our winner.Twenty-four year old Kamila… more »

Check out a few video testimonials from our Study and Work Program

by Celine on 2/21/2008 3:06:00 PM

don Quijote offers a Work & Study program which combines a Spanish course in any don Quijote destination followed by a job placement in Spain. You won't get rich, but you will earn enough to cover basic… more »

Study and Work in Spain - Special Offer!

by Paqui on 2/21/2008 12:40:00 AM

If you want to study and work in Spain, here is a great opportunity for you. don Quijote's Study and Work program in Marbella provides students from European Union countries a unique opportunity to learn Spanish in… more »

El Camino de Santiago

by Erin on 10/8/2007 10:00:00 AM

As published by don Quijote in the Costa Blanca News:El Camino de SantiagoThe pilgrimage is the new black. It's unlike anything seen since the 13th Century.People are once again taking to the road and following the… more »

Special offer for Spanish courses

by Paqui on 8/9/2007 10:11:00 AM

To make your goal of studying abroad next year a bit more affordable, don Quijote has launched a special offer for 2008 courses. Only until September 30 of 2007 you can book your course for next year paying this… more »

The Telegraph on learning a language through immersion

by Erin on 7/26/2007 10:00:00 AM

"I had a wonderful time learning Spanish in Madrid", says Nick Bennett Britton, an IT consultant from Winchester. "After morning lessons, I'd go for long walks in the city, visiting museums, popping… more »

So how important is a second language to landing a job in the EU?

by Erin on 6/25/2007 9:00:00 AM

A while back, I posted about worries in the UK that the country's (largely monolingual) graduates are less than prepared, linguistically, to compete for internationally focused jobs. Now the Irish Times reports… more »

Come work in Spain and experience Spanish culture first hand!!

by Celine on 6/21/2007 12:58:00 AM

Come work in Spain and experience Spanish culture first hand!! It is not always easy to get a job in a foreign country, although it's the best way to truly get to know a different culture. don Quijote can make your… more »

A new star is born

by Paqui on 5/30/2007 3:33:00 PM

Blogging Spanish is our new blog of Spanish language. A blog for students, teachers and for anyone interested in Spanish language and culture.In Blogging Spanish we will offer you the latest news about don Quijote, the… more »

Volunteer programs in Latin America

by Paqui on 5/22/2007 1:44:00 PM

Last week we had Pedro, the director of our Spanish school in Guanajuato, visiting us here in Salamanca. He told us about don Quijote's beautiful school in Mexico, about the students (here is a picture), and about… more »

Wondering what an immersion language course is like? British students tell their stories.

by Erin on 3/26/2007 11:54:00 AM

If you're not quite sure what to expect from an immersion Spanish language course, you might enjoy a read through this page on don Quijote's UK site. Britons who have studied with dQ in Spain tell their own… more »

Have you read this?

by Maquil on 8/14/2006 1:12:00 PM

Fist of all, my goal is to learn Spanish, this blog has helped me find information that I don't think I would have found otherwise. It has also given me a good insight into other people's views of Spanish and… more »

Wonderful Salamanca

by Olga on 8/10/2006 11:57:00 AM

From the moment the bus drove me into Salamanca I was amazed by its beauty. Salamanca is a city and therefore has all the facilities you could wish for. At the same time is has all the charming aspects of a small… more »

The Differences Between Home and Spain

by Maquil on 8/4/2006 10:48:00 AM

When you come to a different country there are certain things that stand out for you, but these things will not be the same for everyone. During my stay here in Spain I have gone around trying to find out what people… more »

So what's all this fuss about Study Abroad?

by Erin on 7/29/2006

don Quijote prepared this editorial for a US-based Study Abroad site and we thought we'd share it here with all of you, too:Surely each of us has listened to the tale of a friend's semester or academic year… more »