Learn Spanish in Cuba

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Cuba, head high
It is not enough to have seen Ibrahim Ferrer sing, his cap on tight, the boleros of the older generation nor Compay Segundo adjust his nylon-stringed guitar, to have an accurate impression of Cuba. The island is a concentration of Caribbean culture, a royal part of the Antilles. More about study in Cuba
Of course, with the development of tourism in recent years, through the impetus given by the Líder Máximo, Fidel Castro, the visitor comes looking for the myriads of old American convertibles, the quays made salty by the high waves, and the sound, music which has won over the world, along with the smooth rum and the strong cigars. But Cuba, it must be said, cannot just amount to the Buena Vista Social Club. A living museum of socialism under the open palms, the country stretches between its official and suggested capitals, Havana, Santiago and Camaguey. Cities that beat to different rhythms, and which can be reached within a few hours on the tropical roadways. Otherwise a flat country, where the rare hills don’t rise far above the ocean that surrounds them, Cuba is a cultural breeding ground . You have to go back a long way, perhaps to Beny Moré, the finely toned crooner, to understand what makes up its soul. Or maybe even further still, to the late Santeria masses, The Regla de Ocha (Rule of the Orisha), religion of the liberated slaves whose shrines still liven up even the most humble Havana home. Cuba seems not to have changed a bit since its revolution. The old buildings with their patched up wooden floors and ledges of uninforced concrete, everything seems to have aged with communism. And yet, between a captivating literature, a cinema that is changing at the speed of light, and a music industry that goes from the hip-hop of Florida to the classic mambo, the island is an artistic goldmine whose picturesque streets continually reflect this richness. It’s essential to take a tour of the markets of the big hotels of the capital, where groovy pianists play a syncopated Bach. Or the squares of Karl Marx, where ambitious youths dance in the open air. A new island of beauty. Return to introduction...

Havana

Havana

Havana has shaped a new and multicultural identity for itself. With its rich multicultural heritage, originating from African, ...

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the teacher's home

the teacher's home

Towns: when choosing the town of residence, we take into account your personal interests, the kind of teacher ...

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Why learn Spanish in Cuba with ESL?

Downtown Havana is like nowhere else. Studying in Havana, you will learn Spanish in the classroom, on the streets and in sultry nightclubs. Your language skills will be put to the test and will develop quickly!

Our partner Spanish school in Cuba offers an excellent selection of courses for all levels. We are very selective when choosing which language schools to work with and regularly visit all partner schools, including our partner language school in Cuba, to ensure that our students are enjoying the best possible level of education, accommodation and involvement with the local community.

Taking a Spanish course in Cuba with ESL, you have the perfect opportunity to explore this glorious Caribbean island. Well known for its political upheavals of the twentieth century, there is so much more to Cuba than socialism, cigars and faded splendour (although Havana still has plenty of each).

All Spanish courses in Cuba offered on our website or in our brochure meet our strict quality guidelines. We work closely with our partner schools to ensure that student feedback is acted upon.
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