Learn Spanish in Bolivia

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Harmonious diversity
" It's Peru!", you have already heard and no doubt used this expression whilst directly referring to the silver mines of Potosi, which is nowadays in the centre of Bolivia. But do you know the Castilian expression "It's worth a Potosi!" which Cervantes'  Don Quijote uses?
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And then there is Che, the Andean Cordillera, Lake Titicaca and the famous charangos...so many clichés which show to what extent Bolivia plays a part in our collective imagination. At the heart of Latin America, bordered by Peru, Brazil, Paraguay, Argentina and Chile, Bolivia is the roof of the Americas, the highest and most isolated country in this part of the world, with splendid and varied landscapes, the eternal snow of the Cordillera and the torrid and lush Amazon rainforest. Yet it is not only the landscapes that do no cease to amaze; it is also the Bolivians themselves. To a large extent inheritors of the Pre-Columbian cultures of the Tiahuanacos and the Incas, they have preserved the magic and mystery of their rituals and customs. Today, a dozen ethnic groups cohabit this country of incomparable cultural richness, a perfect illustration of the slogan inscribed in the Bolivian constitution: “unity in diversity”. Return to introduction...

Sucre

Sucre

Capital of the Chuquisaca department and the constitutional capital of Bolivia, Sucre is a sufficiently large town to ...

Learn Spanish in Sucre
There are few more interesting places to learn Spanish than Bolivia, one of the few countries in Latin America where native culture thrives. Over 60% of Bolivians are indigenous.

It sometimes seems that South America’s most altitudinous country only makes it on to the news for the wrong reasons, but taking the time to learn Spanish in Bolivia, you can make up your own mind about this fascinating juxtaposition of native and colonial cultures. Some people say that Bolivia is really two different countries: the oil-rich Amazonian east and the stark deserts of the west.

We work closely with our partner language school in Sucre, a colonial city which illustrates, probably better than anywhere, the two sides of Bolivian life. Striking whitewashed walls and red roofed villas in the affluent centre sit side by side with a thriving indigenous culture.

One essential trip when visiting Bolivia is a visit to the Uyuni Salt Flats, which can be easily reached from our partner Spanish school in Bolivia.

When choosing partner schools, we look at a number of key criteria to ensure that you have the experience that is right for you. One factor we always pay special attention to is the school’s integration with the local community. Our Spanish courses in Bolivia offer you the perfect opportunity to explore one of the world’s most fascinating destinations.
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