Spanish Schools Merida: A unique Spanish immersion program!

 

Piramide

Learn the language in a unique Spanish immersion program combined with a cultural experience at The Center of Languages in Merida,Yucatan, Mexico. Colonial Merida, Yucatan This popular tourist destination located on the Yucatan Peninsula offers something for everyone. Merida offers historic sightseeing and excellent shopping. Merida is surrounded by one of the richest collections of ancient ruins found anywhere in the world. It is located near popular Cancun and Isla Mujeres.

 

 

  • Classes are offered on a year-round schedule.
  • Courses are from a minimum of a weekend, to a week, month, or as long as six months.
  • Small classes with no more than six students.
  • Each instructor is a college-trained, native Spanish speaker.
  • Individualized instruction according to the student’s ability.
  • Home stay option with a Mexican host family.
  • Structured guided conversation classes.
  • Up to 30 hours a week of instruction and related activities.
  • Complete cultural immersion.
  • Variety of methodology used in instruction.

Join us for affordable intensive language training.Spanish Merida

The school is open year-round including during Christmas time and most U.S. holidays. The courses start every Saturday and include 30 hours of instruction throughout the week. The classes are small; there is an average of 3 students and a maximum of 6 students per class. Students range from absolute beginners to advanced or bilingual students who want to improve their fluency. Minimum stay is one week up to six months. The school offers private lessons after school hours.

 

 

Learn Spanish in the heart of the Maya!

The Yucatan Peninsula is the area in Mexico with the largest number of archaeological zones open toSpanish school the public. With a population of nearly 1 million people, Merida is the biggest and most important city in the Yucatan Peninsula. Merida was founded by the Spaniard Francisco de Montejo on January 6, 1542 and is home to the Cathedral of San Idelfonso, the oldest Cathedral on the American continent. To the west of the Cathedral is the Plaza Grande, which is surrounded by the Government Palace with 27 murals depicting the bloody history of Mexico and the Maya.

 

 

 

Our students not only come to learn Spanish, but they also come to experience the warmth of Mexican culture and the hospitality of the people.