Learn Spanish in Barcelona

In a privileged location on the northeastern coast of the Iberian Peninsula on the edge of the Mediterranean Sea, Barcelona is the second largest city in Spain in both size and population. A true cultural gem, the city has a long history of inspiring an array of world-class artists and architects who have called Barcelona home. Antoní Gaudí, Salvador Dalí, Pablo Picasso, and Joan Miró are just a few of the great Spanish figures whose works and influence can be seen and felt in the city´s many museums and breathtaking buildings. With an ever evolving mix of artsy, trendy, funky, and classy, each neighborhood exudes its own interpretation of cosmopolitan sophistication, from the easy breezy beachside Barceloneta to the elegant, modernist architecture of Eixample. The different corners of the city provide an infinite variety of inspiring learning environments where you'll love to study after class. When you learn Spanish in Barcelona, you'll quickly see why it's one of the most visited cities in Europe.

School facilities & location

  • 55 bright and airy classrooms
  • 600 square meters of common areas
  • Wheelchair access
  • Located in the emblematic L'Eixample district
  • Surrounded by cafés, restaurants, and shops
  • Public transportation at the door (metro and bus lines)
  • Bike rentals and bike paths nearby
  • Library and media center
  • Computers for student use, study tables for laptops
  • Walking distance from the main tourist attractions
  • Outdoor patio with picnic tables, garden, terrace
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Cafeteria and vending machines
  • Indoor common areas and comfy lounges
  • Walking distance: Plaza Espanya (15 min.), Casa Milà (20 min.), Contemporary Art Museum (25 min.)
  • Optional excursions (Sitges, Tarragona, Monserrat, Figueres)
  • Free activities (Eixample tour, Gràcia  tour, Sagrada Familia at night, Els Encants Vells flea market, Gothic Quarter tour)
School Activity Agenda

Activities in Barcelona - Sample month

Monday | 16h. Visit: Gothic Neighborhood
Wednesday | 16h. Montjuic
Thursday | 16h. Visit: Gracia Neighborhood
Friday | 16h. Visit the Raval and the Boqueria
Monday | 16h. Modernist Architecture Route
Tuesday | 16h. Picasso and Barcelona
Thursday | 16h. Gaudi and the Sagrada Familia
Wednesday | 16h. Labyrinth Park
Thursday | 19.30h. Legends from Barcelona

Learn Spanish

We offer a range of different Spanish courses in Barcelona to ensure that each student can find the course that best fits their needs. Whether you learn better in a group setting or one-on-one, you'll find a variety of options just right for you. Prepare for your DELE exam, focus on fluency with Spanish conversation classes, or dive into an Intensive course for a well-rounded Spanish experience. After each lesson, the city of Barcelona will be your playground to practice what you've learned. We keep our Spanish classes small to ensure a dynamic learning environment where everyone is constantly participating and practicing their speaking skills.

Travel Through Barcelona

Wander through the narrow cobblestone streets and under the dusky archways of the fairy-tale Gothic Quarter, marvel at Gaudí's glittering, colorful mosaics and magical shapes in Güell Park, and try some avant-garde Catalonian cuisine in the Eixample district. Visit the home of FC Barcelona, one of the world's leading soccer teams with superstars like Messi and Suárez, then take a stroll along the beach to enjoy the Mediterranean breeze and fresh seafood. And that's just one weekend! Learning Spanish in Barcelona gives you the chance to explore the many wonders of this incredible city.



La Sagrada Familia

Gaudi's masterpiece, a temple to modernism and one of the world's great works of architecture.  You will be enthralled by the Sagrada Familia and its personality!

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Discover Barcelona

Barcelona is a city unlike any other: with a rich history dating back over 2,000 years, Gaudí’s surreal, dreamlike architecture around every corner, a thriving alternative art scene, and an infinite lineup of cultural events and activities, you’re guaranteed to have an once-in-a-lifetime immersion experience when you study Spanish in one of Spain’s most iconic destinations.

LA MERCÈ - dal 20 al 24 di settembre

Giganti, correfocs, concerti e castelli umani in onore alla patrona di Barcellona.

SAN GIORGIO - 23 d'aprile

In questo particolare giorno degli innamorati, si regalano libri e rose rosse in onore di San Giorgio.

NOTTE DI SAN GIOVANNI - 23 di giugno

La notte più breve dell'anno si celebra con falò sulla spiaggia e fuochi d'artificio.

FESTE DELLA GRACIA - tra il 15 e il 20 d'agosto

Le strade del quartiere si trasformano in barche pirata, templi romani e boschi incantati.

MOBILE WORLD CONGRESS - dal 25 al 28 di febbraio

Scopri tutte le novità del settore di cellulari e tecnologia con questo evento a grande scala.

Fast Facts About Barcelona

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Miles of intercity bike routes (97 km)
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