Learn Spanish in Peru

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Peru, Incas aside
Dances are so numerous there that every village has its own. In Lima, the capital, the descendants of the slaves invented their own style of blues. And perched on the mountains, the Indians continue to sing the lamenting chants of the old Incas. In order to tell the epic tale of Peru, you would need entire libraries and a lot of breath. It firstly begins on sites such as Cuzco, a city “par excellence” of the lost civilisation, which alone makes the trip worthwhile. More about study in Peru
It continues, this Peruvian adventure, in the names that make you dreamy, like that of the highest lake in the world, Lake Titicaca, or the sharp rocks of the Machu Picchu, the mysterious lines of the Nazca Desert or the jungles of the Amazon. Once you enter into Peru, it’s difficult to choose where to visit first because everything that makes up the Latin-American legend is found concentrated here. Peru is a place of multiculturalism. Despite the revival of the Inca past, on which certain politicians base their national identity today, more or less everyone here is of mixed descent. Memories of Africa, of colonisation, of times past.
For those who are keen on heights, the Andean Cordillera offers the most desirable exploration terrain. In the North, Huaraz unfurls immaculate open spaces devoted to trekking, but also the discovery of the pre-Inca relics of Chavín de Huántar. That’s Peru. Find yourself in the middle of nowhere, in the most preserved lanscapes, then stumble almost by chance across a heritage site, a piece of history in the open air. Peru, in addition to its thousands of kilometres of golden coastline, can also be summed up by its fabric and jewellery markets, which bring life to a social setting that is among the most picturesque of the continent. There is a certain Creole nonchalance in Peru, a way of life that the writer Vargas Llosa was able to describe and that we too often think is reduced to the heady sound of the Panpipes.
Away from the clichés, Peru touches the visitor from the first second. “Without it, the world would be poor and scrawny”, said a traveller at the beginning of the last century. It is true that, between its giant freshwater fish, its local Pisco elixir and its juicy fruits, Peru possesses quite a few attractions. And they are not just for tasting. Return to introduction...
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Cusco

Cusco

Cusco is the historical capital of the Inca Empire, located in the centre of Peru. At 3,400m above ...

Learn Spanish in Cusco

Tambopata

Tambopata

Mysterious, intriguing and captivating...Who has never dreamed of going into the jungle and exploring the Emerald Forest? Making ...

Learn Spanish in Tambopata

Urubamba

Urubamba

To the north of Cusco, at an altitude of 2,900 metres in the Andes, the Urubamba River Valley ...

Learn Spanish in Urubamba
If you want to learn Spanish in truly beautiful and varied surroundings, Peru could be the destination for you. Our partner language schools in Peru offer the ideal balance of academic excellence and strong social programs to ensure that you make maximum possible progress whilst having a great experience.

Why learn Spanish in Peru with ESL?

We offer Spanish courses in Peru for all levels, so whether you can just about muster the words “una cerveza, por favor” or you wish to improve your conversational fluency, we have a Spanish course for you. What is for sure is that you will make quick progress when using a language in its own environment.

You will find plenty to do in the old home of the Inca Empire. The north of Peru sits just south of the Equator and has some of the finest seafood you will find anywhere on the planet. Further south, a trip along the Inca Trail is a once in a lifetime experience that can easily be arranged through our partner language schools in Peru.

Any Spanish school in Peru that you find on our website (or in our brochure) has passed our stringent quality tests and we are proud to call them a partner school. Why not ask one of our Language Travel Consultants for more information about our courses and schools?
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