Language School Sevilla
Buenos días! The language school in Seville greets you with its five air-conditioned and well-equipped classrooms and lots of Spanish warmth. The building in which the school is housed is in the typical Andalusian style. A language study stay in Seville leads you directly to Spain’s classical hub – where Spanish traditions are still alive today. The Babylon Idiomas School is centrally located close to the newly renovated Barrio La Macarena in the attractive Alameda de Hercules square. “Macarena?” – Exactly, from the famous song! Here, you will find many charming bars, restaurants and traditional shops – just great for strolling and enjoying. Your Spanish will improve daily... in this Spanish atmosphere, it can’t get any easier!
Experience Spanish culture for yourself during your language study stay in Seville. Tapas, flamenco, religious processions and bullfights – the Spanish flair. Seville’s magical ambience is enhanced by the beautiful Moorish architecture – for example, the ancient watchtower of Torre del Oro – the Mediterranean gardens, the cathedral and the Giralda Tower. An experienced team of teaching staff with typical Spanish temperament accompany you through the highs and lows of learning the Spanish language. Flying skirts, clattering shoes and clicking castanets – the flamenco is alive and kicking in Seville! Students at the Babylon Idiomas have the opportunity of combining their Spanish course with flamenco dance lessons. So there is nothing to stop you clicking your castañuelas!
- Air conditioning
- Computer room
- Student lounge
- Vending machines
A typical day at Babylon Idiomas Seville
Inge from Holland had already learned some basic Spanish in her home country. But she decided on a language study stay at the Babylon Idiomas in order to improve her skills. Her accommodation is just 10 minutes’ walk from the language school in Seville. She is living in an apartment during her stay. She shares it with two other female students – they all get along really well! They come from different countries and have different native languages. This is good as they are then forced to speak Spanish with each other outside school hours. The school administration finds this a very important factor in successful learning.
Inge found this quite difficult at the beginning of her four-week stay here in Seville. But she quickly became used to speaking Spanish all the time and she now finds it really beneficial. She finds the atmosphere at the school to be relaxed and familiar. All the teachers know the names of the students and how long they are staying. Inge spends her breaks chatting on the terrace of the school, in the kitchen or in the library which has free internet access. Dance performances are traditional in Seville – they introduce the students of the language school in Seville to the fieriness of the flamenco. There are even regular flamenco dance courses available. And the dance floor vibrates – ¡Olé!
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Amor de Dios 50-52