The Spanish School in Montevideo is a very nice old house located in "Parque Rodo", a residential and safe area. It is five minutes walking distance from the main centre of the city.
You can reach the main beach and the city center by foot in only 5 minutes from the school . It is also near a sport center where students can exercise and play various sports.
- 3 spacious classrooms;
- Audio and video room;
- Teacher's room;
- Student's meeting room;
- Equipped kitchen
- First day welcome lunch and city walk;
- Weekly tours and recreational activities calendar;
- Free Internet access - Wi-Fi;
- Free access to kitchenette;
- Free coffee, tea, milk, and refrigerated water;
- 24/7 Emergency phone;
- COINED tutorship
- Classic Spanish courses
- Super intensive;
Montevideo lies on the northern shore of the Rio de la Plata Estuary. It is the capital of Uruguay, and the largest city in the country. It's also known as the economic, administrative, and cultural centre of the country and for the high levels of education and lifestyle.
It stands out from other cities for the cosmopolitan style that permeates the city in the middle of a relaxed atmosphere. Art performances, ranging from music, dance, and theatre are continually updated and renewed. A wide variety of pubs, restaurants and bars are spread around the main square, and discos are set, mostly, in the outskirts.
The city has industries producing textiles, dairy items, wines, and packaged meats; there are oil refineries and railway factories. Tourism is also important. Come, get to know this sophisticated country with "murga" soul and fall in love with it!
- One of the most beautiful Latin American capitals.
- It hosts the country's 2 most important universities.
- It has 14 miles of public coastline, including nine beaches.
- About half of Uruguay's population lives in this city.
Local public transport is mainly by metered taxi and bus which are reasonably priced and run to all major destinations very frequently.