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Slow Travel concept

The Slow Travel concept

The Slow Travel concept in Spain is blowing up! There are three types of tourism moved by three experts who originally had the idea to create a place that brings together people with different origins and personalities. The result of this tourism project is now called Entrelenguas. The centre organises cultural events on a continuous

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Five reasons on why to learn Spanish in Malaga

Have you noticed that the figures show the Spanish language as the most trending language in the world? Last year, more than 21 million students studied Spanish as a foreign language. More and more people decide to learn Spanish to revamp their professional career, discover the satisfaction of acquiring a new skill or simply have

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Slow Food in Spain

Slow Food in Spain

Are you one of those who pay attention to what they eat? If it is yes and you also like to do it when you travel.  This might interest you! At Entrelenguas we like the colours of the garden and the smell of fresh vegetables. We love to see every morning the man who comes

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White villages Spain route

Enchanted places to go near Ronda, Spain

If you have a few days to do a Malaga walking tour we can give you several details of plans that cannot go unnoticed. Surely somebody has told you: Do not forget to visit Ronda in Malaga or you probably did also hear of Cueva del Gato Ronda and visit of the White Villages of

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What is Slow tourism?

We define Slow tourism as a travel philosophy which allows you to see the more authentic side of a destination from the experience of a traveller. The aim of returning to a relaxed way of life, to having time to reflect on what we want, to letting yourself get carried away by the passing of

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Sonia, the new member of Entrelenguas!

Sonia Octavio is a student at the University of Swansea, Wales but currently lives in Ronda. Today we interviewed her to find out more about her opinion about what it is to live, work and study in this city – and especially if she likes to be a güiri in a village in the middle

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The Gastronomy Event is back!

Escuela Entrelenguas invites you all to the International Gastronomy Event (fifth edition) which will be carried out on Saturday the 8th April from 1 pm to 5pm in our centre (Calle Espíritu Santo, 9) in Ronda, in collaboration with the organisation Raíces. In this occasion, we will also have the pleasure of having the collaboration of the

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Becoming a host family: a wonderful experience

In Entrelenguas, we know that cultural immersion is the key in the learning process of every student and one of our main objectives is the inclusion of the community in our activity. For this, among the forms of accommodation we offer, is the stay with a family. This is without a doubt an enriching experience for the

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Orange Tourism | A different way to travel

The term “Orange tourism” comes under the umbrella of the “Orange Economy”, which refers to a cultural and creative economy. These two terms relate to a discussion of how to generate alternative ways of working within the economic system, a philosophy which is of course applicable to tourism and which (under the aforementioned principles of

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