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All our schools in Spain are preparing an exciting summer season as they wait to be reopened in a few weeks. And, of course, all don Quijote schools in Mexico, Costa Rica, and Ecuador remain open and working full steam ahead!
Our Spanish courses in Cusco have been designed through a great combination of classes and activities. Hence, our students enjoy a personalized and dynamic learning experience. If you want to attend Spanish classes, but also to enjoy some free time to explore the surroundings and the local culture, we recommend you choose our Intensive Course, with 20 hours of class per week. But if you are looking to invest more time in classroom learning, your program is the Super Intensive one, with 30 hours per week. In any case, you can always add private classes to reinforce those contents that are more difficult for you to understand. Or do a volunteer program, you will leave a small part of you in Cusco forever!
Discover Cusco and plunge yourself into the fascinating pre-Columbian world of the Incas, a world full of art and history. This capital reflects the magic and magnetism of an empire in all its splendor through a cultural heritage over 2,000 years old. The breathtaking views and landscapes, the incredible monuments, quaint streets, local crafts and cultural wealth turn this destination into the perfect setting to live an unforgettable experience. Take advantage to explore the ancient Inca cities and the Sacred Valley after your Spanish lessons in Cusco.
Admire the incredible nature of the place: go hiking to the salt mines of Maras and visit one of the 4 places in the world where pink salt is extracted; or travel to Lake Titicaca, one of the largest lakes in Latin America and the highest navigable body of water in the world. In any case, it is not necessary to leave Cusco to enjoy the scenery. Very close to the Plaza de Armas, you can visit one of the icons of the city: the Vinicunca or Winikunka (Quechua) Mountain, also called Seven Color Mountain or Rainbow Mountain. Dare to live this amazing adventure while acquiring skills that will be fundamental to your personal and professional growth. We’re waiting for you with open arms!