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Granada is a beautiful and safe place to study Spanish. It is the tourist capital of Nicaragua. But even if you don't like doing the "tourist thing", it's a must-see. The school in Granada Nicaragua has 10 staff and teachers with each having more than 12 years experience teaching Spanish as a second language. The staff are all very social and outgoing, helpful, and very dynamic in their teaching style. Whether you just want to take a few classes or want the full immersion experience, we are here to help!
Sandra Espinoza, the local coordinator of this program, was the Cultural Coordinator of the City of Granada in the 1980's. She brings to the table relationships with various sectors of the community and various organizations which benefits students who are interested in learning more about the community or connecting with community groups. Our program will help those who are interested in learning more about the culture here in Nicaragua and the daily life.
The family-homestay is the usual lodging option for students studying at the school in Granada, however you are always welcome to make your own arrangements and we are always willing to help with some suggestions or to set things up. Our homestays are fully inspected and have been used previously by other students. Again, security is our main concern for students and Granada is one of the safest options in Nicaragua. All homestays are equipped with the essentials that you will need to be comfortable with your stay while you study! Granada is also known for having a large selection of both hostels and hotels, in all price ranges.
There is so much to do and see here. The Granada Nicaragua Spanish School also offers various activities to students who wish to participate. Just ask and we will let you know what excursions are planned for the period that you will be here.
Granada is historically one of Nicaragua's most important cities both economically and politically. It is situated on the northwestern shore of Lake Nicaragua and was founded by Francisco Hernández de Córdoba on December 8, 1524. It has a rich colonial heritage, seen in its architecture and layout.Granada Nicaragua Spanish Schools . Spanish courses in Granada Nicaragua Granada is commonly nicknamed the "Gran Sultana del Gran Lago" - the Great Sultan of the Great Lake.
This colonial city is a great place to learn Spanish. One of the more well-known to tourists, Granada still maintains its charm due to its 16th century architecture and narrow streets,Granada Nicaragua along with some of the nicest people you will meet. Horse-drawn buggies are everywhere and there is a street dedicated solely to good restaurants and bars.
Here you will study 4 hours a day, the classes consist of two hours of grammar and two hours of conversation or we can adapt the class structure to your needs and desires.. You can arrange a homestay with a local family or stay at one of the great hotels or hostels while you’re here. We will help you set up everything…just ask
Tour around the city Canopy Tour Visits to Granada Museum Dance Class Visits to night life in Masaya Excursions to small slands Excursion to White towns