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24 Spanish Language Schools in Barcelona 2024

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Best Spanish schools in Barcelona by category - student age group, value for money

TOP Rated by
Students < 18 years
World Class Language School
Students < 18 years
5.0

Rating: 5

(2)
Students < 18 years
4.8

Rating: 4.8

(5)
Students < 18 years
4.6

Rating: 4.6

(16)
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TOP Rated by
Students 18-30 years
Expanish
Students 18-30 years
5.0

Rating: 5

(3)
Students 18-30 years
5.0

Rating: 5

(2)
Students 18-30 years
5.0

Rating: 5

(2)
TOP Rated by
Students 31-49 years
Don Quijote
Students 31-49 years
5.0

Rating: 5

(3)
Students 31-49 years
4.8

Rating: 4.8

(8)
Students 31-49 years
4.6

Rating: 4.6

(11)
TOP Rated by
Students 50+ years
Camino Spanish School
Students 50+ years
5.0

Rating: 5

(3)
Students 50+ years
4.7

Rating: 4.7

(7)
Students 50+ years
4.7

Rating: 4.7

(3)
TOP Rated by
Students all ages
Camino Spanish School
Students all ages
5.0

Rating: 5

(8)
Students all ages
5.0

Rating: 5

(3)
Students all ages
5.0

Rating: 5

(3)
TOP Rated by
Quality of teaching
Proyecto Español
Quality of teaching
5.0

Rating: 5

(3)
Quality of teaching
4.9

Rating: 4.9

(8)
Quality of teaching
4.8

Rating: 4.8

(24)
TOP Rated by
Leisure programme
Proyecto Español
Leisure programme
5.0

Rating: 5

(3)
Leisure programme
4.6

Rating: 4.6

(20)
Leisure programme
4.2

Rating: 4.2

(5)
TOP Rated by
Value for money
World Class Language School
Value for money
4.9

Rating: 4.9

(24)
Value for money
4.6

Rating: 4.6

(13)
Value for money
4.5

Rating: 4.5

(2)
TOP Rated by
Location of school
Linguaschools
Location of school
4.9

Rating: 4.9

(55)
Location of school
4.8

Rating: 4.8

(13)
Location of school
4.8

Rating: 4.8

(13)
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Barcelona ratings & opinions

How our students rated their experience in Barcelona

4.7

Rating: 4.7/5.0

Overall attractiveness of Barcelona
638 authentic ratings from students who reserved a course with us in Barcelona
Nightlife
4.4

Rating: 4.4/5.0

Friendliness of locals
4.5

Rating: 4.5/5.0

Interesing things to do
4.7

Rating: 4.7/5.0

Geographic setting
4.8

Rating: 4.8/5.0

Public transport
4.7

Rating: 4.7/5.0

Climate
4.6

Rating: 4.6/5.0

Cleanliness
4.0

Rating: 4.0/5.0

Affordability
3.8

Rating: 3.8/5.0

Shopping
4.3

Rating: 4.3/5.0

Safety
4.0

Rating: 4.0/5.0

What our students said about Barcelona

5.0

Rating: 5/5

Great city, lots of sights, friendly people. It's well worth it. However, there were a lot of tourists in Barcelona around Easter, which will certainly increase towards the summer. This means that parts of the city are overcrowded and accommodation costs are very expensive. This also has an impact on rents in general. Residents are unable to pay the rents as salaries are very low compared to Germany. Some people live in AirBnB shared flats with a very small bedroom, shared kitchen and living room because they can't afford their own flat despite being employed. I myself lived in a room in such a shared flat and was able to experience this.

Birgit
Germany
5.0

Rating: 5/5

It is one of the nicest places to live in Europe. Many museums and Gaudi's architecture make your private time enjoyable. However, you can't count on the cleanliness of the city. You should always take care of your belongings and keep an eye on them.

Yiju
Taiwan
5.0

Rating: 5/5

It was my first time in Barcelona and I liked it so much. There are a lot of sightseeings. Good public transport system. Comfortable climate.The city is comfortable for going by foot and for bicycles.

Olena
Ukraine
5.0

Rating: 5/5

Great city with many activities and sights. But the accommodation and entrance fees have become very expensive. Not really clean either... disadvantage of a big city.

Ojore-Yunus
Germany
5.0

Rating: 5/5

Very beautiful, great architecture, close to nature (sea and mountains), nice people attuned to tourists. There are just a lot of cars and motorbikes on the road.

Helena
Germany
5.0

Rating: 5/5

A very beautiful city! The buildings are old, historical and very interesting. Barcelona is a city that I must visit again soon.

Dell
5.0

Rating: 5/5

Barcelona has the mix of everything: culture, sea/beach, warm climate. Highly recommended and my favorite :-)

Pascale
Germany
5.0

Rating: 5/5

I'm in love with both the city Barcelona, the climate, the people who live there and tourists as well.

Celso Hideki
Brazil
5.0

Rating: 5/5

very good food, good sightseeing, many other interesting places; it's fun to explore the neighborhoods

Chantria
Austria
5.0

Rating: 5/5

Excellent city for tourists but not students because people speak English very well.

Philip
South Korea
5.0

Rating: 5/5

Barcelona is a great city! It has more car and motorcycle traffic than I expected.

Nesma
Canada
5.0

Rating: 5/5

Barcelona is a very interesting and lively city. Sometimes just too many tourists

Klaus
Switzerland
5.0

Rating: 5/5

Barcelona is definitely worth a visit. Culture and sea in one place.

Helga
Germany
5.0

Rating: 5/5

A beautiful city. However, the heat takes some getting used to!

Nazli Basak
Germany
3.0

Rating: 3/5

Very exciting city with beautiful architecture, but not mine.

Susan
Germany
5.0

Rating: 5/5

Nice beautiful city, nice, friendly people, beautiful sights.

Ilonka
Netherlands
5.0

Rating: 5/5

Loved it - lots to do. Good food and good public transport.

Fay
Australia
5.0

Rating: 5/5

Very interesting, worth seeing, great ambience, a bit loud

Maximilian
Germany
3.0

Rating: 3/5

The architecture of Modernismo is always worth a visit.

Kirsten
Germany
4.0

Rating: 4/5

Barcelona is very walkable and easy to navigate.

Shelyna

What school directors said about Barcelona

Ana

There is much history and culture, unique modernist masterworks by Gaudí, an exciting nightlife, excellent weather and magnificent gastronomy.

AnaDirector of Metrocultura, lives in Barcelona since 1974

Most recent student reviews of language schools in Barcelona

Speakeasy

Great teachers and fun activities. The digital whiteboard is nice.

21 May 2024
Course: Immersive Course - 4 weeks
Student age: 34 years

5.0

Rating: 5

| 3 reviews
Anjali Speakeasy
Camino Spanish School

I liked locality, teachers, especially xavi, good value for money.
No

29 April 2024
Course: Intensive Course & Conversation - 1 week
Student age: 0 years

5.0

Rating: 5

| 8 reviews
Camino Spanish School

Great teacher! Learned a lot in a short time! I was only there for two weeks, if it could have been longer, I certainly would have.
-

20 February 2024
Course: Semi-Intensive Afternoon Course - 2 weeks
Student age: 26 years

5.0

Rating: 5

| 8 reviews
Enforex

Location, capability of staff and friendliness. My son was very happy overall with the experience.

19 February 2024
Course: Intensive 20 - 1 week
Student age: 14 years

3.9

Rating: 3.9

| 102 reviews
AlessandroEnforex
World Class Language School

Nice atmosphere, great people and competent teachers. I highly recommend it, a balanced ratio of exercises in listening , speaking, writing and grammar. I recommend the intensive course 20h a week

27 November 2023
Course: Intensive Course - 2 weeks
Student age: 22 years

4.7

Rating: 4.7

| 28 reviews

Information about Barcelona

Why Barcelona? Barcelona is a fascinating metropolis and the capital of Catalonia. This city is a source of inspiration for the most internationally renowned architects, thanks to Gaudi. Antoni Gaudí i Cornet (Riudoms o Reus 1852 - Barcelona 1926) is the greatest representative of Catalan Modernism. His unique style can be appreciated in numerous buildings and monuments scattered throughout Barcelona. As well as what we could call "refined" architecture, the city boasts 4.2 km of beaches for the enjoyment and pleasure of its many visitors. This city has much to offer, and for all tastes: beaches, art, shops and the most varied and original restaurants.
What we like about Barcelona
  • Manageable size.
  • Easy to navigate metro system.
  • Exciting, different neighbourhoods to explore.
  • More economical than other larger cities in Europe.
What we dislike about Barcelona
  • Pickpocketing in tourist areas is commonplace
  • Locals are more reserved than in smaller cities and towns.
Our Expert Advice about choosing Barcelona for your language course:
Barcelona is our number one ranked destination to learn Spanish in the world and has something for everyone: Pros: The city is not overwhelming in size, which makes it very easy to navigate and there are excellent public transport connections. The prices in Barcelona are a lot more economical than other European cities such as Paris and London, and you will be pleasantly surprised at the number of free activities available. With such a choice of options to do during your stay, it is not a surprise that Barcelona has been ranked in the top 10 most popular city destinations to visit in the world in the Travellers Choice Awards. Cons: Towards the end of April, the streets start to fill with tourists, which brings with it noticeably higher accommodation prices than other cities in Spain. The city itself is generally safe for higher level crime, however, pickpocketing in tourist areas is commonplace and it is highly recommended that you keep an eye on your belongings at all times. As is the case in most large cities with a high density of tourists, locals can be less open than in the smaller cities and towns. Catalonians are bilingual with both Spanish and Catalan being taught at school from a young age. There is a tendency for locals to speak in English to those assumed to be foreign and you will need to be firm and persistent to practise Spanish. Airport: El Prat is the International Airport in Barcelona and welcomes flights from 145 different countries. Please check with your school first as some offer discounted airport pickups. Aerobús is a direct bus service and provides free wifi. Another option is by train from one of the main central stations. The metro reaches the airport on Line 9 and some local bus routes include the airport. There is a well marked taxi rank outside both airports with a minimum fee of EUR 20. What is the best language school location in Barcelona? Eixample holds the largest concentration of schools and is in the more affluent part of the city. Passeig de Gracia and Diagonal are the main streets of Eixample and these have regular bus services and a metro station that connects to most of the main attractions in Barcelona for exploring after class. Gracia, the bohemian borough, is another popular destination for Spanish language schools in Barcelona. Gracia is further away than the other areas but there are bus routes and two metro lines running through the borough. What is the best time to take a Spanish course in Barcelona? The Mediterranean is known for its excellent summers with average highs of 28 degrees and very little rainfall. The city swarms with people during these months and it is important to book accommodation or events well in advance to avoid disappointment. The winter months are cooler with January and February being the coldest. Not every apartment is equipped with heating so it is important to check your accommodation options and bring a warm coat. The streets are less crowded in the winter and there is less rainfall than in other European cities. Spring comes around quickly in the city as the temperatures ease up towards the summer. Like most seasonal climates April sees a lot of rain as do the months towards the end of the year, so bring waterproofs. Noteworthy language courses offered in Barcelona: All of our schools in Barcelona offer the general language courses as well as a selection of other specialized courses. If you require an official exam certificate in Spanish, our schools provide exam preparation courses for both the DELE Exam and the SIELE exam. For those interested in further education in a Spanish University, University preparation courses are available in Barcelona to assist in the selection and application process as well as an introduction into the vocabulary needed in this environment. Barcelona is rich in cultural diversity so why not combine learning more about the city's roots by learning Spanish in one of our schools Language and Culture programmes. What to do after class in Barcelona? Most of our schools in Barcelona offer extracurricular activities outside of the classroom. It is possible to join a Language exchange group, which is incredibly popular in the city and located in numerous bars on various nights, so there is no excuse not to try. The most popular after class activity in the summer months is the beach. Barcelona was beachless before the 1992 Olympic Games, with its 4.5km coastline artificially made for the occasion. The beaches are lined with restaurants and bars with a promenade running all the way along the coast. Barcelona has a staggering 55 museums on varying degrees of subjects. On the first Sunday of the month some of the museums are free and some often have a weekly slot where visitors can enter free of charge. How to get around? There are plenty of transport options to explore this beautiful city. You can buy a T-Casual card from any metro stop and this gives you 10 journeys on either the metro or on any Barcelona bus routes. This does not include metro transportation to the airport. Ticket holders have 75 minutes to get from any destination in one zone and can switch lines without any extra charge. The metro is the quickest way to travel but it is common knowledge that thieves do operate here. The bus may be slower, but you can see the city during the journey and it is a safer option than the metro. Bikes and scooters are popular choices to explore the city and there are many places where you can hire these for any length of time. The cheapest way to explore is by foot and there will always be a public transport option close by to fall back on if you get tired. What about the Nightlife? Barcelona is famous for its nightlife. Gracia provides a number of open squares for a more relaxed environment. El Born has a substantial selection of bars offering live music or dance spaces. In the summer months Barceloneta opens up its beach bars and many continue along the promenade to Vila Olimpica’s pulsing nightlife with clubs including Opium, Pacha and Carpe Diem. Diagonal has clubs more frequented by the locals such as Twenties, Bling-Bling and Costa Breve.  For those wanting to enjoy a night of Salsa and Bachata then shimmy along to El Bombon, Machete or Mojito Club. Barcelona welcomes a number of International Festivals, the most popular ones being Primavera Sound, Cruilla and Sonar. Food and drinks: There is no better way to “salut” to your arrival in this diverse Mediteranean city than with a glass of cava, the Catalonia sparkling wine. On Sunday afternoons you will typically find locals sitting out in a plaza with a glass of vermouth in their hand. Barcelona offers the traditional Spanish culinary ideology of tapas adding its own delights to the menu including pa amb tomàquet, bread with tomato paste and esqueixada, a cold salad of shredded salt cod. During the months between January and April, Barcelona opens its food markets to calçots, loved by the locals. Barcelona is in the top ten cities in the world for Michelin star restaurants, so it is easy to find a high quality restaurant in the city. Shopping: Shopoholics will not be disappointed in Barcelona. If it is quirky boutiques with one of a kind items then spend an afternoon exploring El Born. El Corte Inglés, sits in Plaça Catalunya, and is a huge shopping centre with everything you could possibly want. Around this area are all the commercial stores for clothes, beauty products, electronics and gifts. Exiample and Passeig de Gracia blend into the more expensive designer stores for those wanting to splash out. Gracia should not be dismissed with quirky unusual shops dotted around its neighbourhood. It is well worth leaving a little room in your suitcase to buy some treats during your stay. Architecture: Barcelona is amongst Lonely Planet's best cities for architecture and this is mainly thanks to Antoni Gaudí. Gaudí provided the city with a collection of interesting architectural pieces portraying his signature style including Casa Vicens Gaudí, Casa Batlló and Park Güell. His real masterpiece is The Basílica de la Sagrada Familia, a modern twist on a cathedral, weaving together traditional architecture techniques with nature's own building strategies. It is the 6th most popular attraction in the world as rated on tripadvisor and construction is still ongoing today, taking longer to build than the pyramids. Other noteworthy architectural treats to visit include the Gothic Cathedral of Barcelona and the modernisme Hospital Sant Pau. It is not surprising that the only Royal Gold Medal for architecture in the world has been awarded to Barcelona. Sport: Camp Nou, the home ground for FC Barcelona, is the largest football stadium, in terms of capacity, in Europe and ranked 3rd largest in the world. The stadium holds 99,354 people and is a must see for both football fans and non supporters as the atmosphere is electric. To add to its sporting achievements, Barcelona held the Olympics in 1992 and you can visit the Olympic stadium in Montjuic. Barcelona has been described by Redbull as the “mecca” of skateboarding, ranking number one in their top cities for this sport. Art: Artists are inspired by Barcelona and the city has seen a variety of art movements throughout the years. Visit the National Art Museum of Catalonia (MNAC) which depicts the changes throughout its galleries. For those more tempted by modern art then The Contemporary Art Museum is a must see. The Picasso Museum is highly recommended and displays nearly 4000 pieces of his work, the largest collection in the world. Places to explore over the weekends: A great option for a day trip is the picturesque beach town of Sitges, which is regularly connected by both train and bus. Sitges has crystal clear beaches, a maze of streets with boutiques as well as a wide selection of restaurants and bars for you to watch the world go by as you escape from the sun. The town beats at a slower pace than Barcelona and this will give you a chance to practise your Spanish during the weekend. For those wanting some fresh air to clear the mind for learning, then Montserrat is the place for you. An hour from Barcelona, there are a number of hiking options or a cable car that takes you to the top of the mountain. Once you arrive at the top you will be met with impressive views of the surrounding landscape and the Benedict Abbey, home to the Virgin of Montserrat sanctuary. Odd facts about Barcelona: There are a couple of interesting facts about the city that are not well known. The Eiffel Tower was originally going to be built in Barcelona, but the idea was rejected by the Spanish Government at the time as it was deemed too radical. Park Güell was originally intended to be a housing project put forward by Gaudí and his patron Eusebi Güell. There was no interest from investors so Gaudí moved into the home and it became what it is today.
Carolyne
Language Travel Expert at LanguageCourse.net
Living in Barcelona for 2 years.
Population: L  1,621,000
Elevation: 15 m. above sea level
Time zone: +11h. (GMT +1)
Region: Catalonia, Província de Barcelona
Currency: EUR (1 EUR = 1.0861 USD)
Visa: Nationals from USA do not require a visa to study short term courses up to 90 days. Check visa requirements for nationals from other countries.
Visa requirements data last updated on 01 Dec. 2022 (Source)
For the most up-to-date visa information please consult with the embassy or consulate of Spain in your country. List of embassies and consulates of Spain on the official website - Ministerio de Asuntos Exteriores, Union Europea y Cooperacion.
High season: July
Low season: December
Average course price per week (High season): 259 €
Average course price per week (Low season): 169 €
Cost of Living:
* 100 = prices in New York
  • Price index excluding rent: 63* (37% cheaper than New York)
  • Price index including rent: 51* (50% cheaper than New York)
  • Price index food only:55* (45% cheaper than New York)
  • Big Mac price (Spain average): 4.39 €
    (7% cheaper than in USA)
Mains electricity:
  • Plug Type C
  • Plug Type F
  • Residential voltage: 230 V
  • Frequency: 50 Hz
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Best time to take a language course in Barcelona
February
The Guitar Festival of Barcelona
The Guitar Festival of Barcelona

28 February 2024 - 26 July 2024The Guitar Festival of Barcelona is one of the biggest events for the guitar players and music lovers of the world. The line-up always includes amazing shows and some of the biggest names in the industry.

April
Feria de Abril of Barcelona
 Feria de Abril of Barcelona

27 April 2024 - 06 May 2024The most famous Andalusian Festival consists of food, dancing, music and fun attractions. The Feria de Abril of Barcelona is held every year in the Parc del Forum in the Diagonal Mar area.

May
Girona, temps de flors (flower season)
Girona, temps de flors (flower season)

11 May 2024 - 19 May 2024An hour away from Barcelona in a beautiful medieval town called Girona, the arrival of spring is celebrated with an incredible festival known as "Temps de Flors". During this festival the streets are filled with floral works and exhibitions. Monuments and churches are also decorated with beautiful colourful flowers making this time of the year the perfect time to visit the city.

Primavera Sound
Primavera Sound

29 May 2024 - 02 June 2024Established in 2001, Primavera Sound has grown to become a reference point for urban music festivals. Because of its pop, rock and dance music, the festival has succeeded in bringing together various generations, creating an unique event.

June
Sonar arts, design, and electronic music festival
Sonar arts, design, and electronic music festival

13 June 2024 - 15 June 2024Sonar is an arts, design, and electronic music festival held annually in Barcelona in July. It offers 3 days and 2 nights of concerts starring many well-known and various up and coming DJs. The perfect opportunity to share a great experience with friends!

San Juan
San Juan

23 June 2024 - 24 June 2024On the 23rd of June, the night before San Juan, massive celebrations take place in Barcelona to mark the arrival of summer. One of the most exciting nights of the year the city becomes the scene of bonfires, fireworks and many celebrations for the "Night of Fire".

September
La Diada - the National Day of Catalonia
La Diada - the National Day of Catalonia

11 September 2024La Diada is the National Day of Catalonia. It commemorates the Catalan village's last defence against the Bourbon army in 1714. It is mostly celebrated in Parc de la Ciutadella and is a very festive day where concerts are held and a parade of flags are displayed all around Catalonia.

La Mercè
La Mercè

24 September 2024The city of Barcelona's festa major is a massive street party with free shows and concerts and many traditional Catalan events like Castellers, Gegants, and Correfocs. The festival ends with an impressive fireworks display which includes Barcelona's famed Magic Fountains.

La Sagrada Família
La Sagrada Família
National Museum of Art of Catalonia
National Museum of Art of Catalonia
Music Palace
Music Palace
Casa Batlló
Casa Batlló
Joan Miró Foundation
Joan Miró Foundation
Tibidabo
Tibidabo
Camp Nou
Camp Nou
Magic Fountain
Magic Fountain
Barceloneta
Barceloneta
Gràcia
Gràcia
Gòtic
Gòtic
La Ribera
La Ribera
Barcelona
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Barcelona-El Prat (BCN) - 12 km. from Barcelona city center

Public transportation to city center:

Every 30 minutes, 20 minutes.

Main stops: Barcelona Airport, Passeig de Grácia

Every 5 minutes, 25 minutes.

Main stops: Aeropuerto, Plaça Espanya, Plaça Catalunya

Every 10 minutes, 30 minutes.

Main stops: Aeropuerto T2, Collblanc, Diagonal, Fontana

Taxi: 15 minutes drive to city center of Barcelona

Aeroport de Girona - Costa Brava (GRO) - 75 km. from Barcelona city center

Public transportation to city center:

 + 

Every 60 minutes, 100 minutes.

Main stops: Girona Airport, Girona + Girona, Barcelona Sants + Barcelona Sants, Pl. Catalunya

Every 60 minutes, 140 minutes.

Main stops: Girona Airport, Girona + Girona, Barcelona City Center

Taxi: 60 minutes drive to city center of Barcelona

Reus (REU) - 87 km. from Barcelona city center

Public transportation to city center:

Every 240 minutes, 140 minutes.

Main stops: Reus Airport, Tarragona + Tarragona, Barcelona - Gran Via 618

Taxi: 75 minutes drive to city center of Barcelona

Q&A - Questions and answers about Barcelona

  • I would start looking at Workaway, for example. There are websites where you can find work for board and lodging and there are projects also in Barcelona. You might find a good match there and be able to combine this with a Spanish course through us. I also used a website for me personally and had really great experiences (and saved a lot of money).

    A second option would be to contact (youth) hostels in Barcelona directly and ask if they might be looking for someone for the period you are in Barcelona. It happens quite often that people work in a hostel and then get a room, etc, in return. You never know and I really think the trip will be much more affordable.

    I hope this gives you a push in the right direction. Let me know as soon as it works out and I will help book the Spanish course.

    By the way, our office is in Barcelona, so further general tips you can definitely ask us!
    Robin Rebecca Pietersma, LanguageCourse.Net - Sep 20, 2023
  • Linguaschools in Barcelona is set up by Dutch people and I think it fits in well with your wishes, although we can never guarantee that Dutch people will go there. And of course it helps your Spanish tremendously if you have to speak directly in Spanish. It is a condition from the Cervantes accreditation that Spanish is spoken directly in class, even with beginners. So prepare for that. But at Linguaschools, I think you're going to feel at your best.
    Robin Rebecca Pietersma, LanguageCourse.Net - Aug 15, 2023
  • No, if you already know some Spanish, you will not study in a beginners' group. Online or on the first day, you will take a language test that shows your level, and then you will be placed in a group at the appropriate level.
    Louise Granath, LanguageCourse.Net - Jul 27, 2023
  • Most evening courses have classes one or at most two days a week.
    Louise Granath, LanguageCourse.Net - Jun 29, 2023
  • At the time of writing, Expanish offers Catalan private lessons. It's possible to book 10 or 20 lessons per week.
    Ana Carolina Dos Santos, LanguageCourse.Net - May 03, 2023
  • At present (2023) we do not offer English courses for adults in the city of Barcelona.
    Rubén De Haro, LanguageCourse.Net - Apr 17, 2023
  • This will depend on the school you choose, although most schools have agreed that students who book online on our website will benefit from preferential cancellation fees in the event of a visa refusal, and in this case will never exceed €180.
    Rubén De Haro, LanguageCourse.Net - Mar 03, 2023
  • The school Expanish in Barcelona offers private Catalan lessons. Based on your requested dates we can send more information about it.
    Ana Carolina Dos Santos, LanguageCourse.Net - Nov 23, 2022
  • We are happy to give you advice and guide you on the phone, but in order to book a course for you we need you to make the booking on our webpage.
    Louise Granath, LanguageCourse.Net - Nov 08, 2022
  • In Barcelona, World Class Language School offers Junior Programmes in the summer, and parents can also book a General Spanish Programme and attend the programme on the same dates and location. Please let us know what your preferred dates are and we can send you more information.
    Ana Carolina, LanguageCourse.net - Apr 26, 2022

FAQ about schools in Barcelona

  • At the time of writing (2024), we have several partner schools in Barcelona offering Spanish courses. Contact our agents and we will be happy to help you find the best option for you.
    Veronica Romualdi, Language Travel Consultant from LanguageCourse.Net - Apr 02, 2024
  • Usually, and not only in Barcelona, school residences are almost always within walking distance of the school building (20 - 25 minutes' walk), while flats and homestays vary depending on the availability of the period, and the type of accommodation. (20-30 minutes or more by public transport)
    Antonio Zoppo, Language Travel Consultant from LanguageCourse.Net - Jul 24, 2023
  • We have some options for evening courses running in Barcelona once or twice a week. At the current moment of writing, on weekends the schools are closed.
    Ana Carolina Dos Santos, Language Travel Consultant from LanguageCourse.Net - Oct 17, 2022
  • In Barcelona there are certainly schools that offer 50+ courses.

    Do bare in mind that senior courses are most of the time only offered a few times a year. If you therefore have specific dates in mind and the dates offered do not correspond, you can also always join a standard course at a school of your choice. What could help with that choice is checking the student reviews of 50+ students and checking the average ages of the schools throughout the year in the school profiles, so the standard course is closer to what you're looking for.
    Robin Rebecca Pietersma, Dutch Consultant from LanguageCourse.net - Jun 25, 2021

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