Study Spanish in Guatemala
Guatemala is an intriguing country recognized as the cultural center of the pre-Columbian Maya world. To say that it possesses a long history would be an understatement: the territory was home to fishing and farming villages from as early as 2000 B.C., and these populations grew into one of the most advanced ancient civilizations of the New World, peaking between 600 and 900 A.D.
Learn Spanish in Guatemala, home to almost 17 million inhabitants mostly of Ladino, Maya, and mestizo descent. The country's Maya population has preserved some of the continent's richest folklore and customs. Nevertheless, the effects of Spanish colonialism can be seen in the way Guatemalans curiously intertwine ancient Maya rituals with Catholicism and mix Spanish with over 20 native languages and dialects.
If you want to dig deep into the ancient history of the Americas, Guatemala is the place for you!