Study Spanish in Spain and immerse yourself not only in the language but also in the rich and varied culture of its birthplace. From the sunny beaches and spectacular landscapes to the grandeur of Moorish architecture and the world famous cuisine, Spain is quite simply the best place on Earth to learn Spanish.


LSI’s 11 partner language schools in Spain offer you easy access to everything that this fascinating and welcoming country has to offer. From the beaches of Marbella and Malaga to the cultural treasures of Madrid and Granada, whichever location you choose you will find our partner schools centrally located, fully equipped with excellent facilities and staffed by experienced and friendly teachers.

All our schools offer a fun and varied social programme that allows you to get the most out of your Spanish course in Spain by experiencing the unique culture of your chosen region while practicing your Spanish in real life situations. From the museums of Madrid to the famous Pamplona bull run, Spain has something to suit everyone.

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Takashi Yoshimura, student, Japan

Our Locations

Alicante

A tranquil and yet lively city, Alicante is sure to captivate you with its rich history and stunning beaches. You’ll enjoy the same gentle sea breeze as the Ancient Romans, the Moors and the Christians who, after 500 years of Arabic rule, finally re-conquered this enchanting city in the 13th century. Why not come and celebrate the Hogueras de San Juan and Read more

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Barcelona

Barcelona is an extremely cosmopolitan city by the Mediterranean Sea. It is the heart of the autonomous region of Cataluña, one of the richest and more modern areas of Spain. The city is full of places of interest such as: "El Barrio Gótico", "Las Ramblas", "La Plaza de Catalunya", "The Olympic port", "Picasso Museum" and the "Miró Foundation". Anyone who Read more

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Granada

At the foot of the Sierra Nevada, Granada is the Spanish city with the most evident traces of the Moor Empire. The Alhambra, the Albaicin, the gypsies' quarter and the Sacromonte all bear witness to a lively past. And the present is just as exciting: as a language student you will find the various tapas bars, discos and other fiestas attended by the town Read more

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Madrid

Madrid is a cosmopolitan city, a business centre, and one of the cultural capitals of the world. The city is characterized by intense cultural and artistic activity and a very lively nightlife. Night owls will find Madrid a paradise every night of the week, and many of the restaurants, terrace bars and night clubs stay open until the early hours of the morning Read more.

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Malaga

LocMalaga, located on the southern coast of Spain, is home to the second largest Mediterranean port and enjoys average yearly temperatures of 23ºC (73ºF). It’s a small city with a population of about 600,000, which creates a friendly, warm environment to learn Spanish.

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Marbella

This city is one of the most exclusive summer resorts in Europe, an old, typical Andalusian town that still preserves its character. It is also close to major cities and legendary cultural centres. Marbella has a typical Andalusian flavour. The city is famous for its lovely beaches and blue sea, countless golf courses - it is possible to play golf every day and Read more

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Salamanca

Also known as the "Golden city", Salamanca has been the protagonist of Spain's most significant historical events. It is located in the mid west of Spain. Its talkative and kind people speak Castilian, the purest Spanish, which makes this city very popular to learn our language. Salamanca has been recently named the European Cultural Capital in 2002 sharing Read more

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Seville

If you want to get to know the folkloric heart of Spain - the scent of orange trees, the click-clack of flamenco shoes, brightly dressed women in polkadots and the warmth of the Andalusian sun - Seville is a must. Discover the sumptuous cuisine, a vibrant tapas culture, a lively nightlife, the most authentic flamenco performances in Spain and much, much more in Read more

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Valencia

Valencia is the country's third biggest city and one of the most dynamic in Spain. It is located on the Mediterranean coast and you will find beaches, a boiling nightlife, together with a wide cultural programme. The historic heart of Valencia is very beautiful and still very Spanish - almost untouched by mass tourism. The city is home to the futuristic Arts Read more

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