Learn Spanish in Quito

Surrounded by impressive volcanoes including Volcán Pichincha, with an altitude of 9,350 feet, Quito is steeped in history, culture, and traditions passed down through the generations. Known for its colorful, colonial-style houses, Quito’s historic center was included in the very first list of UNESCO World Heritage Sites in 1978. Quito is the perfect destination to immerse yourself in Spanish. Discover a world where every site, dish, and corner of the city is connected to legends from ancient civilizations.
 

School facilities & location
  • 10 modern, well-equipped classrooms
  • Large garden with colorful hammocks for your comfort
  • Free Wi-Fi throughout the school
  • Located in a safe residential neighborhood
  • Easy access to shopping centers, banks, bus stations, etc.

Learn Spanish

Choose from a variety of Spanish programs we offer to fit your needs and let us help you accomplish your goals. don Quijote Quito offers something for everyone. 
 

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QUICK FACTS ABOUT OUR SCHOOL 

8
Students max.
All
Levels
Open
All year
16
Minimum age
5
mins. from "Parque Metropolitano"

Travel Through Quito

Learn Spanish with don Quijote while simultaneously discovering Ecuador’s hidden pearl, one of South America’s lesser-known destinations but nevertheless a remarkable city. Try local cuisine, engage in cultural activities and embark on an unforgettable Spanish language journey.  
 

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Ciudad Mitad del Mundo

Ciudad Mitad del Mundo is a monumental complex located on the exact line of the equator. Not only will you be in the center of the world, you will also see some curious experiments.

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Discover Quito

Cultural offerings and a rich combination of sights, sounds, and smells. Its Old Quarter, one of the largest and best preserved in the Americas, is a sight in and of itself, where you'll find age-old churches, cobblestone streets, and charming plazas dating back to the colonial era.
 

100-YEAR JAPANESE FESTIVAL

August 25-26. Quito hosts art, sports, gastronomy, and much more related to the Asian country.

QUITO BLUES FESTIVAL

August 13-18.

EXHIBITION: SEE, TOUCH, PLAY

Until September 16.

Quick Facts about Quito

3M
City population
57ºF
Average Yearly temperature
53
museums
57
monuments and attractions
$5
cost of a movie ticket
37
universities

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