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  1. Decide what is your favorite location in the world where you would like to enjoy your time while having Spanish lessons.
  2. Do some research and find out what are the options concerning Spanish Schools available in your chosen place. 
  3. Make sure the websites you visit are really Spanish Schools and in case you notice it is an agent, try to find the website for the real school.
  4. Try to contact former students, or check first hand opinions about your chosen Spanish School. Most of them have some testimonials on FBK, Tripadvisor, Google, etc.
  5. Make sure posts on FBK, Tripadvisor, Google, Instagram, etc. are recent... sometimes they have ages!
  6. If you are alredy on site, it is a good idea to go in person to check the Spanish School.
  7. Ask about the teaching method, philosophy, number of students per class, extra curricular activities, volunteer projects or/and internships and make sure these match your interests and needs.
  8. Explore the options they offer for accommodation, such as homestays, hostels, etc.
  9. Compare the prices for Spanish courses with other Spanish Schools. Make sure you compare similar products. For example, some schools offer 25 hours per week but each hour is 45 minutes, while other schools offer 20 hours per week and each hour is 55 minutes.
  10. Follow your instincs, if you liked at first sigh, you might like it later.

If you would like to know more about our Spanish School in Bariloche, Patagonia Argentina, feel free to contact us!

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After-class cultural and outdoor activities.

Every week, three times per week, La Montaña Spanish School organizes cultural and/or outdoor activities. According to students' interests and needs, teachers choose some activities from a wide variety of options.
In this video you can  have a look and see samples for these possible activities. Don´t miss them out!



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San Carlos de Bariloche is well known because of its famouns ski resort, Cerro Catedral, the biggest in Southamerica. Skiers and snowboarders and snow lovers alike enjoy the majestic mountains and amazing lakes views.

On top of that, the city offers a wide variety of options for chilling out, and learn Spanish. La Montaña Spanish school offers personalized Spanish courses so that students can enjoy the slopes and pow before or after Spanish lessons, which are held in a very convenient location in town center. The school also offers the option for a Family-stay so students can practice the language during dinner with host-families but also meet other fellow students to set some plans to hang around.

This little safe town is famous also for its endless chocolaterías and micro breweries.

Sounds like the perfect place to spend some days next July/August/September, right?

Gabrielle, from the US


Rachel, from Canada

Penny y Roberto de UK

Jesse and Leslie, from Seattle

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