Needless to say, the roots of the Spanish language lie in Spain, and if you want to understand the Spanish language through its culture, gastronomy and history, Spain is the place to be.
The ANDERS LANGUAGES® Spanish Immersion residence is located in the outskirts of the Spanish city par excellence: Seville.
Sevilla is Spain’s 4th-largest city and was during colonial times the connection between Europe and Latin America. It is definitely also the place where Spanish culture, gastronomy and history are concentrated as in no other city in Spain.
The city has the largest historical city center in the country and the 3rd-largest in Europe. Getting here is relatively easy from any part of the world through its international airport and the AVE bullet train from Madrid.
How to get here
- Airport: Seville (SVQ) or Madrid (MAD)
- If you arrive via Madrid, you can take the AVE bullet train to Sevilla, a 2-to-2.5-hour trip.
- Transfer: our driver can pick you up at the railway station or any nearby airport, and drive you to the residence.
Landmarks & Museums
Seville has been one of the most important cities in the Iberian Peninsula since ancient times, something reflected in the large number of landmarks:
- Itálica (Roman settlement)
- Alcázar (Al-Andalus period 8-12th century)
- Cathedral and Giralda.
- The General Archive of the Indies (16th century)
- Triana and Judería neigborhoods
- Royal Tobacco Factory, Plaza de España
- And much more...
- Winter: 10-20°C / 50-68°F
- Spring and autumn: 20-25°C / 68-77°F
- Summer: 25-32°C / 77-89°F
- Afternoons (2 pm - 6 pm) can be hot in June and August. However, it cools down during the evenings.
- Overall, Sevilla is sunny. Winters can be rainy.
People & Economy
- Approx. 1 million inhabitants, including the Aljarafe metropolitan area.
- Tourism and agro-industry are the main economic activities
- The government is an important employer as the city is the capital of Andalucía. Sevilla is also home to an AIRBUS factory.
Study Spanish in Spain
Your Spanish Course
A Spanish immersion experience is all about the personal interaction between you and your Spanish teachers.
They will be your “buddies” during your Spanish classes but also during the informal activities where you will be able to use your Spanish in an informal yet structured way
SPANISH IMMERSION PROGRAMS
ForONE: the program to choose if you want to progress fast!
ForTWO: for couples, two Friends o colleagues who want to study together
Request a tailor-made proposal
ForALL: for families or small groups of the same company or organization
Your experiences in Spain
Your Spanish course can be combined with activities allowing you to learn more about Spain:
EXCURSIONS & ACTIVITIES
CULTURE. Spain is much more than Flamenco and bullfighting… Discover Spain as a local.
BUSINESS. Spain is Europe’s 4th biggest economy and home to some important global players in banking, renewable energies and aviation.
GASTRONOMIC. Explore Spanish gastronomy with your instructors.
FIESTAS & FERIAS. Celebrate the Feria de Sevilla with us, which offers you a unique insight into the local Spanish culture.
GOLF. Play golf with your Spanish teacher in one of the 3 golf courses nearby
LUXURY. Get immersed in Sevilla’s Golden Century, living in a 17th century mansion
The Spanish immersion residence
The cornerstone of your Spanish course is the ANDERS LANGUAGES immersion residence. It’s the place where you will receive your classes and enjoy meals with you instructors and fellow students.
Accommodations are offered under the same roof, where our guests have their own air-conditioned rooms with private bath and room service.
The premises have a garden, terrace and a swimming pool. Although our guests have access to our kitchen, during your immersion our cook Esther will take care of the meals. Drinks and snacks are available for free 24/7.
The immersion residence is located in Aznalcázar, a small town approx. 20-25 mins away from downtown Sevilla. Public transportation to and from Sevilla is available.
Although part of the metropolitan area of Sevilla, Aznalcázar is a typical Spanish town of almost 5,000 inhabitants with 14 bars, 3 restaurants, several banks and 2 supermarkets. It’s also home to Las Minas Golf Club (9 holes), 2 hotels, 2 public schools, a small day-hospital and a sports center with a soccer field, tennis courts, a gym and a semi-Olympic pool (summer only). All the aforementioned are located within walking distance.
The history of the town can be traced back to roman times, when it was a fortified town, although only a few ruins remain from these times.
Located on the edges of La Doñana National Park, Aznalcázar is also known by the inhabitants of Sevilla for its Pine Forest where you can spot black kites, white storks and the Iberic Linx among a lot of other species. Mountain bikes are available at no cost if you want to visit the Pine Forest: a 5-minute ride.
Accommodations are free of charge and offered at the premises. All our rooms include a private bathroom, air conditioning and WiFi. Upgrades are available at a cost
Big comfortable rooms with a garden view and extra amenities
King size bed or 2 single beds, extra pillows, air-conditioning, TV,...
Terrace with chair, table and views over the olive trees fields.
Comfortable rooms with queen size bed. Private bathroom
Air-conditioning and TV.
Small but comfortable rooms. Double bed. Wi-Fi and air-conditioning
Let's discuss your Spanish immersion
We offer a made-to-order service.
An initial proposal will allow you to know all the available options. And from there we can narrow things down till we get a Spanish course designed according to your needs and expectations.
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