Spanish Language School in Cádiz
Enforex Spanish school in Cádiz, located right on the heart of the historic city and sheltered by walls that date back to the centuries, our premises are centrally located in the vicinity of the university, making them easily accessible. Furthermore, our language school is within walking distance of public transport stops, as well as coach and train stations for longer travel journeys. Right in the thick of the action, our quaint, historic building is surrounded by the characteristic squares of the city, conveniently stocked with a plethora of restaurants and cafes, shops, bars and every other sort of amenity thinkable. And that is without even taking into account the fact that we are no more than a couple of minutes away from a public park and perhaps twice as much as that from the staggering beachfront.
- Minimum student age: 17 years old
Spanish School Location
- Centrally located right in the city's historic quarter
- In a plaza next to the university
- 2 minutes from the park
- 5 minutes from the beach
- Surrounded by everything you could need: plazas, bars, shops, restaurants, cafes, etc.
- In walking distance from the Cádiz bus and train stations; from either you can easily travel to other parts of Spain
Spanish School Facilities
- 3-story historical building, totally renovated
- Cozy, friendly atmosphere
- Comfortable, fully equipped, classrooms plenty of natural light
- Free internet access, phone, e-mail and reception services
- Computer room with free Internet (also with webcams, microphones and earphones)
- Wi-Fi wireless internet throughout the school
- Free library for borrowing books, videos & music to help you learn Spanish
- Student help department
RebeccaI thought my first day was going to be very difficult since I had to do a level test and find myself surrounded by lots of new people.
Yoshida Keisuke The first day I arrived at the school I couldn't speak or understand Spanish, so you can imagine how nervous I was. Even though the class was difficult for me, the teacher was very nice and that made me more comfortable.
Chihiro MatsumotoI was nervous the first day I got to school and had to take the level test. I had just arrived in Spain too, so I wasn’t familiar with anything about Valencia or the school.
ArinaI had a great first day! At first I was pretty nervous because I didn't know anyone around me. It didn’t take long to meet and get to know my classmates especially two girls: one from France and another from Russia.
Those who learn Spanish in Spain will know just how much of a gem the city of Cádiz really is, located right on the edge of the Iberian peninsula, within reach of the African coastline, on the so-called "island of the lion," and more specifically on a gorgeous, if uncanny, sliver of land that is barely attached to the mainland through a mile-long bank, just wide enough to accommodate a two-lane motorway and a railroad track. Thus, the arrival into Cádiz, seemingly floating over the water of the Bay of Cádiz on the one hand and the Atlantic Ocean on the other, is simply sublime.
As sublime, too, is a stroll through the narrow lanes and alleys that form the core of the historic center. Quaint cobbled streets and spacious, if small, secluded plazas are just the characteristic vistas that open up seemingly on every corner of the city. Out of one of these postcard scenes emerges the Enforex partner school.
The Best Way to Look at the Present Is through the Past
There is a special, incomparable allure to Cádiz, a certain something arrived from a far and distant past, distilled through the ages and preserved within the walls of the city by the very nature of its location: surrounded by water all around it except to the south, where a negligible cord of land links the pseudo island with the mainland. Therefore, arriving in Cádiz entails, forcefully, traveling to a different timeline, where chronology becomes skewed and the present interacts on a far more regular or palpable basis with the past.
Be that as it may, it is always nice to have a frame of reference to give you a firm grip on the reality of our times. At Enforex, we are as enamored with the romantic side of Cádiz as anyone else. However, we are also aware of the importance of having a solid structure of support to back you in your journey through the intricacies of Spanish language and the mystique of this place. To that end we have thoroughly reformed our three-story building and equipped it with utterly modern installations that provide all the services relevant to the 21st century.
Hence, in our Spanish school in Cádiz you will find the perfect headquarters to carry out all your academic activities. With Wi-Fi connection to the Internet throughout the premises, communal spaces in and outside the building, a courtyard and a terrace, a kitchen, computer labs and a book and video library, the school is conceived and conditioned to provide every resource you might need in your passage through Cádiz, ensuring that you keep your feet well on the ground while you explore the nooks and crannies of this unique town.
The Best of Both Worlds
The first step to enjoying success in your forage through a foreign country developing your language skills is to find yourself in the right environment. Cádiz is a special place with a special set of characteristics, perfect for an intimate approach with a personable city. However, if your favorite thing in the world is the sense of anonymity afforded by a mega city, where the mass is king and the individuals become replaceable pieces, members even, of a larger unit, then Cádiz is likely not the place for you.
Instead, at Enforex we offer you the tools to come and embark on a general course, to entwine Spanish language classes with knowledge about the culture and traditions that have forged Cádiz as it is today, to discover the secrets nestled beneath the charming surfaces of the city and, indeed, if you wish to venture that far, of the country at large. In short, Cádiz is a the product of a millenary blend that to this day continues to mix new elements, some from its history, some from its present as a substantial city, to create the best of both worlds.
Cádiz is a small city, but we've picked the most lively and interesting setting for our Spanish school! Read on for details...