Language School Barcelona — Eurocentres: Colourful, Artistic, Unique
The Eurocentres language school in Barcelona is situated in the heart of this wonderful city. You are warmly invited to spend a colourful and happy stay here in Barcelona and one that will also be equally rewarding for your language skills. One thing is certain, you will not only polish up your Spanish when in Barcelona, you will also have an unforgettable time. Whether improving your general language skills, perfecting your business Spanish or attending a long-term course, your stay in this very special city will be so full of colour and art that you simply have to be inspired. The Catalan capital is colourful, creative and modern. Does this metropolis bursting with art and culture entice you to make a visit thanks to its beauty and friendliness?
The Eurocentres language school in Barcelona is wonderfully located in an elegant district of the city at Paseo de Gracia and Avenida Diagonal. The 12 classrooms at Placa de Catalunya 22 are very inviting. With a media library, a computer room with WLAN and wi-fi, a student lounge with snack machine and microwave, everything that you could possibly require when learning a language is here. After lessons, it will most certainly never be boring; the many street cafés, shops and galleries in the neighbourhood are waiting to be explored and lingered in. Two world-famous buildings by the exceptional architect Antonio Gaudí are also not far away: the Sagrada Família – an unfinished masterpiece and very special basilica – and the revolutionary residential building Casa Milà. Pure inspiration!
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- Computer room
- Learning centre
- Student lounge
- Vending machines
A typical day at Eurocentres Barcelona
Loud laughter, cheerful chattering: That is what Andrei hears first when he walks in to the language school just after 9 am. He lives close by and has his own charming room in the home of his young host family. He travels on the metro to school, picking his breakfast up on the way at the bakery. With a summery 27° C outside, he is looking forward to the afternoon and meeting his friends at the city beach. But now he needs a coffee from the student lounge to wake him up – lessons begin in just a few minutes.
During the week, Andrei attends school from 9.30 am until the early afternoon. He really enjoys the language tuition as it is taught in a very lively manner. The teachers recognise the needs of the young people – in the medium-sized school, all students are individually supervised. Andrei likes this familiarity. He can really concentrate on the learning material and is reaching his goal step by step. People from the region also attend courses at the school – so Andrei has quickly found local friends. He is particularly looking forward to next weekend. He is going with a few compagñeros to Figueras and Ampurias, where they will visit the Dalí museum and enjoy some time on the beach.
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