Spanish School in Trinidad

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Spanish School in Trinidad

  • Study Spanish in Trinidad
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Partner School Trinidad

school location Trinidad, Cuba - Information about Trinidad

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Learn Spanish in Trinidad, Cuba

Our Spanish school in Trinidad is unique; instead of centering classes in a physical building, our highly qualified teachers treat students to a personalised learning experience, where they will gain intimate insight into the rich culture of Cuba.

Individual classes begin any weekday. Small group classes start on any Monday.

*The school may convert a group class to a One to One class if only one student signs up for the same level, meaning class hours will be reduced by 25%.

Schedule

Your class schedule will be arranged according to your level of Spanish. Classes takes place in the morning (beginning at 8:30) and in the afternoon. Each class lasts fifty minutes.

Our Spanish Teachers

Our teachers are all highly qualified Spanish teachers with university degrees and specialised training in teaching Spanish as a foreign language.

Accommodation Options in Trinidad

  • Host families have been selected with care. They live in the centre of host cities, in spacious homes, and they offer individual rooms and half board (breakfast and dinner). Rooms all feature air conditioning or a fan and some have a private bathroom. Laundry service is not provided, although it can be arranged at a small fee.

Activities & Excursions

The tobacco factories and rum museums are must-see attractions in Cuba, and as a student, you'll get to join your classmates and take excursions to sites such as these. You'll also get the chance to explore the island's scenic natural landscapes and discover historic Cuban cities.

Our Opinion

Although a small amount of tourism is beginning to arrive in Trinidad, the city remains largely unexposed to tourists. The city is smaller than Santiago de Cuba and Havana and it's a bit less accessible, making this an excellent destination for adventurous students interested in finding fewer international students and truly immersing themselves in Cuban culture and Spanish.