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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.
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|Quality of teaching:||4.6/5.0|
|Social activity and excursion program:||4.1/5.0|
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
|Quality of teaching:||4.4/5.0|
|Social activity and excursion program:||3.9/5.0|
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Key Facts about Santiago
Time Zone: GMT +0
Currency: (1 = 0.0000 EUR)
Santiago Quality of Life Rating:
4.1/5.0 (119 reviews by our former students)
Public transportation to city center:
Every 10 minutes, 2 172,00 CLP, 45 minutes.
Main stops: International Airport Santiago, Barrancas, Las Rejas, Santiago Univ., Estacion Central, Los Heroes
Every 10 minutes, 2 897,00 CLP, 60 minutes.
Main stops: International Airport Santiago, Enea, Barrancas, Pajaritos – Ecuador, Universidad de Santiago, República, Universidad de Chile, Universidad Católica, Salvador
Direct international flights from:
Weather in Santiago
Events in SantiagoBest time to take a language course in Santiago
03 Jan. 2017 - 21 Jan. 2018This performing arts festival includes both indoor and outdoor activities and has been held every year since 1994. It is the biggest such festival in Chile.
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.