Why should you learn Spanish? We know how important it is to learn Spanish, either for your studies, your profession or just for personal interest.
If you are able to speak Spanish you can communicate with more than 400 million people in 20 different countries. Latin America´s economy and culture is developing with high speed. Spain has developed cultural and economical relations to Latin America and therefore forms a bridge between Europe and the american continent. If you choose to learn the language in Spain you can realize a fast progress because you have always the opportunity and obligation to speak Spanish in every situation. Furthermore you do not only get to know the language but also the culture.
Why should you learn Spanish in Malaga?
Malaga is situated in the south of Spain at the coast of the mediterranean sea. In this city our students indulge in the luxuries of an exotic holiday - beach, sun and blue sea during the day and the pine and lemon scented evening breeze at night.
With 600.000 inhabitants the capital of the Costa del Sol is one of the most vibrant cities of the country. The province is surrounded by mountains which provide the mild temperatures. Besides one should not forget that the famous artist Pablo Picasso was born in Malaga. His birth house is situated at the Plaza de la Merced and the foundation Pablo Picasso is a culture centre with expositions.
Moreover, the Malagueños are very proud of the Picasso-Museum, which is located near to the birth house and houses over 200 works of art and the cities arqueological remains.
Furthermore are the big andalusian cities like Cordoba, Granada and Seville within reach. It is also recommendable to visit Tarifa or Gibraltar, from where one can see the African coast. The city of Malaga also offers a lot of sights, for example the Alcazaba; an Arabic fortress with the “Castillo Gibralfaro”.
Due to the Mediterranean climate, Malaga has 320 days of sun a year and average temperatures of summer/winter 30º/18ºC, and average water temperatures of summer/winter 24º/15ºC.