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Learn Spanish - Granada

About Your Location

Casa Xalteva Education and Cultural Center (the Spanish school and volunteer project) is located outside of the downtown area of Granada. Granada, also referred to as the 'colonial jewel', was founded in 1524 and is believed to be the second oldest city established in mainland Latin America by the Spanish conquest. During colonial times, Granada witnessed much unrest as the city was attacked several times by pirates. Nowadays Granada is characterized by bright-colored Spanish colonial architecture, visible throughout the city center. The ambiance is very pleasant and there is a wide array of nice restaurants and bars, especially along the boulevard from the central park to the shores of the Lake of Nicaragua. Although the city in itself is already an impressive attraction, the immediate surroundings make Granada a place you want to explore further.

Spanish Classes

Casa Xalteva offers short and long-term intensive Spanish courses for students at all levels. Each class is specifically catered to the students' wishes. At the beginning of each week your professor will find out the things that interest the group and plan the curriculum accordingly. Classes have an average of 2 and a maximum of 4 students. The Spanish classes normally take place in the mornings.

- Monday-Friday for 4 hours
- Normally in the morning between 8:00-12:00 with a 10-15-minute break for each session (there might be an opportunity to study Spanish in the afternoon between 13:00-17:00)
- Textbooks and materials designed for non-native speakers
- The teachers use an innovative "Spanish only" technique that has students speaking, writing and reading the language from the first day in class.

Weekends are free so you can explore the charming city of Granada and its surroundings, or simply relax at your accommodation.

Public Holidays

The Spanish school is closed on 25 Dec and 01 Jan as well as on 01 May every year.

Mandatory Requirements

Minimum age 18 years
IMPORTANT: To enter Costa Rica and Nicaragua, the local authorities demand that all travellers coming from a country with a risk of yellow fever transmission like: Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Colombia, Ecuador, French Guiana, Guyana, Panama, Paraguay, Peru, Suriname, Venezuela as well as African countries, have a yellow fever International Vaccination Certificate 12 days prior to entering the country. Please check before you travel about the specific requirements and possible changes.

Wat is inbegrepen?

Extra kosten tijdens tour


The accommodation is with a host family (private room with shared bathroom w/ cold water shower). Get to the project by bike or taxi (included). Wi-Fi is usually not available. Towels and 3 meals a day are included.

Lokaal vervoer

If you are flying into Managua and have booked a transfer, we'll pick you up from the airport in Managua on a Sunday and take you to the project in Granada. Please note there is an additional charge if arriving between midnight and 06:00.

If you want to make your own way to Granada, please advise your travel advisor to book the program without the arrival transfer. The arrival day is also in this case Sunday, as you need to be ready to start your language course on Monday morning.

Getting to the school from your homestay
The project/school offers taxi options or you can use a bicycle. The taxi will pick you up at the homestay in Granada to the school and and also take you from the school to the family home. This is included in the price.


Three meals per day (breakfast, lunch and dinner) included.

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