Language School Madrid
The language school in Madrid lies at the heart of the Spanish capital city in the Barrio de las Letras district, the writers’ quarter. Babylon Idiomas, Plaza de Santa Ana 1 is your address if you want to learn Spanish in a good, small Spanish school and mix with the native Madrileneans. The popular Plaza de Santa Ana is a meeting place at any time of day or night to chat over tapas and drinks, listen to the street musicians or browse through the shops. The language school in Madrid is located in a typical Spanish building and has a modern infrastructure with everything required for successful learning: Classrooms with air-conditioning and heating, a book and DVD library, a student lounge with computers, free internet and drinks.
Young people from all over the world attend a language study stay in Madrid, the Spanish capital city. And many of them come again and again. They attend classes at the Plaza Santa Ana 1 during the day and discover the city during their free time. Countless sights are within a short distance of the school and can be easily reached on foot: The Prado, the Thyssen Museum and the famous Plaza Mayor and Puerta del Sol, to mention just a few. Whether with a host family or in an apartment: The accommodation options have been carefully selected and are recommended to the students with a satisfaction guarantee. It is very important to the school team that the students are happy in every respect during their stay.
- Air conditioning
- Computer room
- Student lounge
- Vending machines
A typical day at Babylon Idiomas Madrid
Just as she does every morning, Sabine meets up at 8.30 am with her classmates in a café on the Plaza de Santa Ana and starts off the new, exciting day with a Spanish ‘desayuno’. Juan, the waiter, smiles broadly when Sabine orders in her best Spanish. The warmth and helpfulness of the Madrileneans is also noticeable in the school. The students are greeted by name after just a very short time and the door is always open should they have any questions or problems.
Sabine quickly lost her early fear of speaking in front of the class in this trusting atmosphere. She is impressed by the teaching staff, who are very lively but also very competent – typical Spaniards! Two other students are also staying with her host mother, a single, older Madrilenean: Clyde from South Africa and Nanami from Japan. The concept of never having two students with the same native language staying with the same host family pays off: the students are forced to speak Spanish. And because Sabine, Clyde and Nanami always have so much to tell each other, this is also an important part of the learning success.
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Plaza Santa Ana 1