Spanish is spoken by about 350 million people around the world and it is currently the world’s 3rd most commonly spoken language.


Your knowledge of the Spanish language will enable you to communicate with an enormous number of people all over the world. Spanish is spoken in many countries of the world, such as Spain, Mexico, Argentina, Chili, Venezuela, Columbia, Costa Rica, Equatorial Guinea, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua, Ecuador, Peru, Cuba, the Dominican Republic, Puerto Rico, Panama, Bolivia, Paraguay, Uruguay, the Philippines and others.


If you enjoy traveling, your knowledge of Spanish will give you a chance to visit different countries and to learn more about their culture and traditions.


Spanish is the second most commonly spoken language of business and international communication. It is an official language of the EU and its bodies. Moreover, the Latin American market is one of the world’s most rapidly developing markets. A good knowledge of Spanish will definitely improve your career prospects.


Spain! Gorgeous Madrid, architectural masterpieces of Gaudi in Barcelona. How beautiful are those ancient quiet side streets in the very heart of Toledo, Cordoba, Zaragoza or Granada! How magnificent are the golden sands of Costa Daurada and Costa Brava! The passionate and exciting flamenco! The hot southern son of Andalusia! And the Spanish are so hospitable and welcoming!


Listen to your heart, go to Spain but try to learn some Spanish first, and it will make your trip even more pleasant!

Our “Spanish for Traveling” course is a crash course that will help you feel at ease in any situation in a Spanish-speaking country. By the end of the course, you will have covered the following topics:


  • Greetings
  • Main expressions
  • Numbers
  • At an airport
  • Getting around the city
  • Asking for direction
  • At a hotel
  • Meeting people
  • At a restaurant
  • Telling the time
  • Money
  • Shopping
  • Getting in touch
  • At a railway station
  • Emergencies
  • Names of months and days
  • Entertainment
  • Questions and descriptions


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