Discover Hispanic Culture
Spanish is the second most natively spoken language in the world, is the second most studied language and second language in international communication.
Learning Spanish will allow you to better appreciate Hispanic cultural contributions. García Lorca, Cervantes, Pablo Neruda, García Márquez, Allende, are just some names which have given a monumental contribute at the Hispanic literature. From the royal portraits of Goya to the surreal depictions of Picasso, Spanish influence on the fine arts has been substantial.
And let's not ignore gastronomy! Learning Spanish can be the perfect excuse for enjoying the cuisine of Spanish speaking peoples. Burritos, tamales, paella, papusas, arroz con frijoles, ceviche, the list goes on and on, and is a delicious indicator of the vast diversity of Hispanic culture.
Lengua y Cultura hispánica
Aprender el español no sólo te hará descubrir la cultura y tradiciones del mundo hispano, sino
también te hará descubrir un fantástico mundo culinario, rico en colores, sabores y aromas.
Learning Spanish will not only lead you to discover the culture and traditions of the Hispanic world, but
it will also help you discover a fantastic culinary world, full of colours, flavours and aromas.
García Lorca, Cervantes, Pablo Neruda, García Márquez, Allende, are just some names which have given a monumental contribute at the Hispanic literature. Also, from the royal portraits of Goya to the surreal depictions of Picasso, Spanish influence on the fine arts has been substantial.
Flamenco is a passionate and seductive art form, a mysterious and misunderstood culture that has been burning in Andalucía for nearly five hundred years, and today flamenco has thousands of aficionado’s worldwide.
Machu Picchu was probably the most amazing urban creation of the Inca Empire at its height. As the last stronghold of the Incas and of superb architectural and archaeological importance, Machu Picchu is one of the most important cultural sites in Latin America.