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Learn Spanish outside of the classroom

Although grammar, conjugation and vocabulary are fundamental parts of learning Spanish, discovering the culture and nuances that encompass the language are also of equal importance. There are some things that you just can’t study in a classroom, they’re things you have to live, in order to understand. Learning Spanish outside the classroom allows you to put into practise the theory...

Linguistic Tourism | A different way to travel

by @_chloeaam Linguistic tourism is a unique way to travel, that goes beyond the homogeneity of mass tourism and encourages people to immerse themselves in the true way of life of the particular country. In some places, they're using linguistic tourism to nurture interest in endangered languages, and in others they purely want to generate enthusiasm about a different type of...

What to do in Ronda

by @marine_sld As well as being a pueblo blanco (white town) that you just have to visit in Andalusia, Ronda also has the advantage of being close to a mountain of unmissable sights in the region. You can visit great cities like Granada, or smaller and more atypical places like the town of Pitufos. There's a load of options to choose...

Learning Spanish in Malaga

@mariecnt With my university studies, I've had the opportunity to do a work placement and I decided to do it here, in Ronda, near Malaga, and more precisely in this Cultural Immersive Centre named Entrelenguas. I know that it's not always easy to integrate into a new country when you don't know the language so I wasn't totally relaxed about spending 3...

Mi casa es tu casa: a home stay experience

Today we would like to introduce you to Emma. The 19-years-old university student is currently on her gap year so she and her friend are doing a trip through Europe. She decided to do a big stop in Ronda to take part in the volunteering program at Entrelenguas. She is staying with a host family and we interviewed her to...

¡Pura Vida!

Bríd Walsh left her job, her house, her friends and her native Cork last year in order to travel the world with her wife Clare. They ended up in Ronda, where a month-long visit somehow lengthened into almost half a year...

Sustainable tourism

Sustainable tourism is a different kind of tourism, characterized by a respect for and positive effect on the local area. The fundamental principle of sustainable tourism is that a traveller leaves the visited are ´in a better state than when they found it´. This involves make a positive impact through investing money into the local community and buying local products...

Vidados and Hazel’s story

Vidados and Hazel's story | By Elsa Maishman Vidados is a global marketplace, with the aim to provide extraordinary activity holidays for extraordinary people. The organization does this by connecting would-be travelers with hosts in their destination country, facilitating the perfect tailor-made holiday experience. Hazel was one such would-be traveller. She was looking for a holiday escape somewhere warm, where she could...

Spanish School in Ronda

The way in which we learn Spanish has changed.  We used to think that in order to learn a language we had to sit down with a paper and pencil and listen carefully to a teacher in a classroom.  However, we´re now learning that learning Spanish and real-life experience go hand in hand, giving the learning experience an authentic liveliness...

Spanish: a long distance

James Taylor moved to Spain about a year ago and during this time has climbed through the different levels of Spanish to become fluent. His only secret is his passion for the Spanish language and culture. We would like to share his learning experience with you all, as it will be for sure be inspiring for current and potential students. 1. What...