Estudio Sampere -
Spanish school in Madrid - Learn Spanish in Spain
Learn Spanish in Madrid
- For its cosmopolitan atmosphere.
- For its museums, theatres, concerts and
- For easy connections to the rest of Spain.
- For its nightlife.
- For excursions to Toledo, Segovia and Ávila.
- For a chance to see "Real Madrid".
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the courses, accommodation and activities in Madrid!
The City Madrid: You will
hear some "madrileños" proudly say, "from Madrid to
Heaven". Perhaps they are exaggerating "un poquito",
but Madrid is certainly a charming and seductive
The Salamanca district, where the school is located,
is a bustling area of restaurants, bars, tapas bars
and stores, also has the best shopping in the city.
Exploring the city after school reveals much more.
Madrid's museums are world-class: the
Prado, Thyssen-Bornemisza, the Royal Palace and the
National Archaeological Museum are only the most
Culturally, Madrid thrives, with many
theatres and cinemas, a concert hall, music clubs
and art galleries. Madrid is the birthplace of "la
marcha", the intense nightlife of the madrileños.
The city centre is filled with all kinds of clubs
for dancing, socializing and people-watching right
through the night.
Madrid is a mixture of century-old traditions and
modern metropolis, well reflected in the films
of Pedro Almodovar. Madrid has always captivated
creative people: Hemingway, Francis Bacon, Ava
Gardner and Miles Davis have all fallen in love with
the Spanish capital.
Madrid lies at the geographical centre of Spain
at an altitude of 600 m and has a dry continental
climate. In summer, temperatures can reach 35
Celsius, while in winter, the temperature can
occasionally drop below freezing at night. Thanks to
the dry climate, the heat in Madrid is quite
bearable. Madrid has excellent transport links with
the rest of Spain, making it the perfect base from
which to explore other regions.
Estudio Sampere in Madrid is our largest school,
with more than 1,500 foreign students and 400
Spanish students attending courses here each year.
You will study in the prestigious Salamanca
district, just one block from Retiro Park and a
short walk from the Prado Museum and other
Transport connections are excellent: many buses and
two underground lines stop nearby. The school has 25
air-conditioned classrooms, a social area, video
room and library, and has recently been refurbished.
Foreign students per year: 1,800
Average number of students: 150.
Nationalities: 65 (USA, GER, GB,
Age: 17-25 (59%), 25-35 (24%), 25
Spanish courses in Madrid
Lessons per week.
- Culture classes (4 per week).
- Business Spanish (2 per week).
- Full day excursions to Toledo, Segovia and
others (3 per month).
- Guided tours to famous Madrid museums
(1 per week).
- Nightlife events (1 per week).