The best cities to learn Spanish in Spain

Would you like to spend some time abroad to study Spanish? This may be the time! Studying Spanish in Spain will not only help you become more fluent in the language, but will give you a unique experience shaped by its people, culture and traditions.

Spain is the country of the Iberian Peninsula, is a member of the European Union and is located in the southwest of Europe. It is made up of 19 autonomous communities with different cultural characteristics. Its history, geography and customs make Spain a very rich country from many points of view. Starting with the languages, in addition to Castilian or Spanish, the official language, 4 official languages are spoken in the country in different autonomous communities: Catalan, Valencian, Galician and Basque, all of them Romance languages except Basque, which is an isolated language.

As for the climate, we can distinguish a more Mediterranean climate and a more Atlantic climate due to the geographical situation. The good temperatures of which the country consists, have contributed to this is characterized by life and fun, are typical courtyards where people gather to chat and have a good time and outdoor festivals, which with the arrival of good weather are held in many cities of the country.

From a cultural point of view, Spain has seen Muslim, Greek, Roman, Phoenician, Visigothic and Carthaginian civilizations. All of them have left their grain of sand in the country, which has increased its cultural richness and variety. However, although each autonomous community has different customs, they are all united by festivities, good food, music and dances.



Although Spain is a country full of charm, there are destinations that make it easier to learn the language due to the number of courses to choose from. Here are the best cities to learn Spanish in Spain.


  • Madrid

Madrid is the capital of Spain, the most populated and most visited city in the country. The city is mainly known for its European culture and art. It consists of museums that are among the best in the world, such as the Prado Museum or the Reina Sofia Museum, where you can see great works of painters such as Goya and Velazquez. In addition, some of the most emblematic places in Madrid are the Puerta del Sol, Plaza de Cibeles, the Royal Palace and Almudena Cathedral. Not forgetting its large avenues and well-kept parks such as the Retiro, its elegant boulevards and neighborhoods with narrow streets and full of life.

If you are interested in learning Spanish in Madrid, we recommend above all the general language courses and exam preparation.


  • Malaga

The city of Malaga is located on the Costa del Sol, in Andalusia in southern Spain. Its inhabitants are known to have a more relaxed pace of life and to be very friendly and nice. Its yellow sandy beaches and good weather all year round make this city the favourite tourist destination in Andalusia. In addition to this, the city has one of the main fishing industries, so you can enjoy eating in one of its many beachfront restaurants. Finally, we can also find more remote rural white villages, very marked by the Arab influence. Among the Spanish courses in Malaga, we offer general language courses, exam preparation courses and courses with activities.


  • Barcelona

Barcelona is the capital of the autonomous community of Catalonia and the second most populated city in Spain. Its official language, as well as that of the rest of Catalonia, is Catalan. The city is known for its art and architecture, it has great museums such as the Museu Picasso or the National Art Museum of Catalonia. In addition, it is adorned almost entirely by modernist art and great landmarks of the designer Antonio Gaudí, including the Sagrada Familia, Park Güell and Casa Batlló.

If we talk about culture, fashion and gastronomy, Barcelona is a focus for new trends. Here you can walk through iconic streets such as Las Ramblas, Passeig de Gràcia and Avinguda Diagonal with big firms and emblematic buildings, as well as neighbourhoods with more alternative designs such as El Born. If you want to study Spanish in Barcelona, we suggest courses for juniors, exam preparation and general language courses.


  • Seville

Seville is the capital of the autonomous community of Andalusia, located on the banks of the Guadalquivir. What is most striking about the city is the Muslim architectural influence, as it was inhabited by the Arabs for almost 800 years. It is known as the city of tapas, flamenco, bullfights and festivals, including the April Fair and Easter Week. In addition to this, in Seville we can find places full of charm such as Plaza Alfalfa or Calle Betis. Among the Spanish courses in Seville, you will find courses for seniors and general language courses among others.


In addition to Madrid, Malaga, Barcelona and Seville, we can find many other cities where you can learn Spanish in Spain such as Marbella, Ibiza or Santa Cruz de Tenerife. We hope these cities have enchanted you and that Spain is your next destination!