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The school is located in a lovely building very close to the commercial area and main historic landmarks. It features all the services and facilities that you need to make your stay more comfortable. More
Our school is located in the neighborhood of Providencia, one of the best in Santiago, close to many restaurants, bars, hostels, cafes, attractive parks, museums, cinemas and shops. Providencia is an... More
The school is located in the heart of the vibrant neighbourhoods and famous landmarks of Santiago like Barrio Bellavista, Cerro San Cristobal and the Pablo Neruda Museum.
Everything you need is... More
This Spanish language school is situated in a beautiful old mansion, built in the beginning of the 20th century, in Providencia -the modern Santiago- near popular parks, many little restaurants and... More
Didn't find what you are looking for? Compare more Spanish schools in Pichilemu, Viña del Mar or get comparison of all schools in Chile . Santiago: Santiago, the capital of Chile, is located in the Central Valley at the foot of the Andes. The city is one of Latin America's most sophisticated metropolitan areas, with extensive suburban development, dozens of shopping malls, and impressive high-rise architecture. It is a safe, modern city with good public transportation and is home to about 5 million people. The climate is warm and Mediterranean.
Key Facts about Santiago
Population: 4,838,000 Inhabitants
Time Zone: +6h. (GMT -4)
Region: Santiago Metropolitan, Provincia de Santiago
Currency: CLP (1 CLP = 0.0015 USD)
Santiago Quality of Life Rating: 4.1/5.0 (115 reviews by our former students)
Comodoro Arturo Merino Benítez International (SCL) - 14 km. from Santiago city center
Direct international flights from:
New Zealand: Auckland International
United States: Dallas Fort Worth International, Houston George Bush Intercntl., Los Angeles International, Miami International, New York John F. Kennedy
Events in SantiagoBest time to take a language course in Santiago
Festival de cine Sanfic
21 Aug. 2017 - 27 Aug. 2017This international film festival came into existence in 2005. It has 3 major categories: Best International Work, Best Chilean Work and Best National Work in short films. There are also parallel events for people in the industry: Work in Progress Latinoamericano and Santiago LAB.
16 Sep. 2017 - 20 Sep. 2017Celebration of the country's independence from Spain, commonly known as El Dieciocho (The Eighteenth), commemorates the date of the first government established in Chile. Activities include a rodeo, dancing the cueca, barbecues and big public food tents serving traditional foods.
What to do in Santiago
San Cristobal Peak
Map with location of Spanish schools in Santiago
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