Pamplona is an interesting city, known internationally for its July Festival of San Fermín, which attracts visitors and tourists from all over the world. It is also the ideal place to study a Spanish course.
The Spanish school offers intensive Spanish courses that are aimed towards quick learning. The intensive courses consist of 20 or 30 lessons a week. The classes look to encourage student participation and interaction between them, with the objective of providing a speedy and thorough learning experience.
The Spanish courses have a practical focus and are orientated towards results. Our programme looks to offer students the opportunity to completely immerse themselves in the Spanish language. Class activities tend to be based on real world situations, so as to give you the practical skills to overcome normal daily scenarios.
As well as the General Spanish course, we offer an intensive course which consists of 30 lessons a week. It is a course which covers the Spanish language, as well as Spanish and Latin-American culture, with the aim of facilitating student progress at a strong pace and intensity. We also provide course in Business Spanish and Spanish for Engineers.
These courses are targeted at students with an intermediate-advanced level of Spanish (B1-B2), which are looking to broaden and improve their knowledge of the language in a specific field.
Also we can help prepare you for DELE exams, which is organise by Instituto Cervantes, through classes that are tailored to the marking criteria of the assessment.
All of our teachers have a university education, as well as being experienced with teaching Spanish as a foreign language. They are also given further training whilst working with us, to further their expertise.
The Spanish school in Pamplona is situated in the centre of the city, in a historic building that is home to a library, auditorium, cafeteria and a restaurant.
Upon finishing classes each day you will be able to enjoy cultural activities, put on by the School. The activities offer a great opportunity to get to know the city better.
The School organises cultural and leisure activities. We start with a tour of the Old Town and of the School’s surroundings so that students can familiarise themselves with the city, and get to know the main points of reference.
Some of the activities that you can enjoy in Pamplona:
In Pamplona you can choose between various types of accommodation:
Host families: The best way of getting to know the daily routine, culture and customs of the country, as well as to learn and practice the language. If you stay with a host family you can choose between half board and full board. The family is in charge of cleaning the room and washing clothes.
Shared flat: with Spanish people or other foreign students
Hotel: There is a wide selection of hotels available in Pamplona, we are more than happy to help you make a reservation.
Pamplona is a city full of history and tradition. It is ideal for completing a Spanish course. The plazas, streets, monuments, churches and medieval walls that make up its Old Town are well conserved and make for a magical atmosphere.
However, Pamplona seamlessly marries tradition with modernity. Its baroque style Ayuntamiento (Town Hall) is a must see. One can also admire the gothic church San Saturnino that rests next to it. Along the main street you reach the church of San Lorenzo, which is home to the baroque chapel of San Fermín.
Another point of interest is the Plaza del Castillo, which is surrounded by beautiful trees and buildings. El Palacio de Navarra was constructed in the mid-14th century and still conserves its neoclassical design today. Highlights of the building’s interior include the Salón del Trono, baroque in style, the altarpiece of the Chapel, as well as a portrait of Fernando VII painted by Goya.
The Cathedral of Santa María la Real is another stunning piece of historic architecture. It also has 3 gothic naves, as well as other neoclassical ones. The central nave hosts the Mausoleum of King Carlos III the Noble. The main altar can be found next to the image of the Virgin Santa María la Real, in front of which the Monarchs of Navarra took their oaths in the coronation ceremony.
The wider city possesses many green spaces: the Parque de a Cuidadela, Parque de la Taconera and the Jardines de la Media Luna are some examples of the exemplary urban expansion that the city has undergone.
You can also enjoy a fine gastronomy in Pamplona. In any of the restaurants one can enjoy tasting typical products from Navarra; above all vegetables, such as beans, asparagus and peppers. The roast pork or Chilindrón is one of its signature dishes, always well accompanied by a wine from Navarra or pacharán, a typical aniseed based dessert liquor.
Without a doubt, most of Pamplona’s fame is due to its San Fermín festival and the bull run, which takes place on the hill of Santo Domingo and continues along the street Mercaderes, up to the Estafeta street, which opens out onto the Plaza de Toros. If you are considering participating in the event, make sure you are in good shape and take certain precautions. Only enter the race in permitted areas of access, stay within the designated route and, of course, avoiding getting close to the bulls!
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