Malaga, the Perfect City for Learning Spanish
Learning Spanish can be a unique experience if at the same time it gives you the opportunity to get to know a great city like Malaga. Its streets, surroundings and its people invite the student to integrate easily and feel at home.
A city open to the world, it connects with any country through the Malaga - Costa del Sol Airport. The María Zambrano train station, one of the most outstanding in Andalusia, provides an infallible connection with the main Spanish cities through the High Speed Train (AVE) network. The motorways and highways also connect the city with any point on the Peninsula.
Malaga's wide range of language schools makes it one of the cities with the largest offer in the whole of Spain. It is worth noting that the University of Malaga has been a pioneer in the provision of courses since 1947.
The University of Malaga's International Spanish Centre offers courses adapted to all levels, allowing students to acquire and master the language. At the same time, it provides other services such as accommodation or complementary activities.
Malaga also has a wide range of private language schools, many of them with more than 25 years of experience in the sector. In short, Malaga offers high quality and certified courses so foreign students can choose the option that best suits their needs.
Malaga's Mediterranean climate invites those interested in learning Spanish to choose the city at any time of the year. Beyond the good weather, Malaga also offers the visitor the opportunity to sample the local gastronomy, to relax on its extensive beaches, to get lost in its Historical Centre, to be surprised by its natural surroundings...
Moreover, there is always something to do in your free time since Malaga has many activities every day: cultural events, concerts, museums, active tourism companies... an endless number of activities for all tastes.
Malaga's geographical location and good travel connections allow the visitor to get to know other nearby cities such as Cordoba, Seville and Granada and even places further afield such as Madrid (2 hours by AVE).