Languages taught: Spanish, English
Contact: +34 95 490 2698
Babylon Idiomas Sevilla
Amor de Dios 50-52, 41002 Sevilla, Spain
Our school is located in the old centre in the neighbourhood Macarena (yes, from the famous song!) next to the beautiful square of Alameda de Hercules.
The five classrooms are all air conditioned and offer a very comfortable environment for your Spanish course. You will also find a central area with free internet access, a kitchen and a sunny outdoor patio.
The school also offers a DVD and book library to help you practice your Spanish.
Babylon Idiomas Sevilla review by Eleanor
“Brilliant school, we can't wait to come back!” Babylon Idiomas Sevilla
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by Eleanor, 33 years old from Sevilla, Spain
Course details: 5 weeks, 20 hours/week, , May 2011
I really enjoyed our time studying Spanish at Babylon. I think the school is excellent and I learnt so much and feel much more confortable with my Spanish now.
All the teachers I had are so friendly and they always take the time to deal with your specific language needs. They made the effort to keep the lessons interesting and fun while making sure that language and grammar points are covered.
As well as being friendly and fun, the school is really professional and takes the teaching of languages very seriously. The director of studies is excellent and takes a real interest in the wellfare and education of the students at the school.
The social side of things is great too, there is a real emphasis both in and out of class on students getting to know each other, so if you are travelling alone there is no fear that you will be lonely if you come to school each. Both the formal and informal social time is really great. I am not really a 'joiner in-er', but the social side of things worked well for me, not forced but available if you want it.
I loved studying here and I am planning on coming back in September to do a couple more weeks of study after travelling round Spain this summer.
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