Linguistic Tourism | A different way to travel

by @_chloeaam

What is Linguistic tourism?

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 tourism for example learn Spanish in Malaga. Why go to a place only to use your native language, instead of attempting to engage in the language of the country you’re visiting?

This different side of tourism is what Entrelenguas is all about: our focus is on truly authentic travel experiences, perfectly combined with learning a new language. So, if this is something that interests you, then Entrelenguas is the perfect place to learn Spanish in Malaga. It’s the best Spanish school in Spain in terms of having a true vested interest in combining language-learning with a palpable connection to the community. Entrelenguas organises unique events every week that take you into the heart of Ronda — eating, drinking, and learning from the residents of the city. Exercise your new language skills in local shops and restaurants and experience a ‘slow tourism’ way of traveling, savouring the genuine taste of Spain. And don’t worry about how much you may or may not know as we cater to every level.

 The impact of linguistic tourism in Malaga is emphasised by the fact that the city has recently hosted the Alphe Conference Spain 2017, one of the most important linguistic tourism events in the world. With workshops, talks and a gathering of leaders in the sector from all over the world, the conference highlights how important linguistic tourism is to Spain. With more studies emerging, in both the linguistic and tourism sectors, the rise of linguistic tourism is only going to increase.

 So come and find out what we’re talking about, and enjoy a different kind of tourism from anything you’re used to!

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