Study Spanish in Peru
Peru, the captivating former center of the Inca Empire, shares its borders with Ecuador, Colombia, Brazil, Bolivia, Chile and the Pacific Ocean. Its population of over 32 million is a diverse combination of people of indigenous, mestizo, European, African, Japanese, and Chinese descent.
Spanish and Quechua are both official languages, and the country is made up of three distinct regions: the narrow Pacific coastal belt, the wide Andean mountain range, and the Amazon rainforest. Interspersed throughout are fascinating architectural ruins from the Nazca, Moche, and Inca civilizations, including the world-famous site of Machu Picchu.
When you learn the Spanish language in Peru, you’re sure to be mesmerized by its wealth of traditions and diversity. It's a perfect place to get a taste of South America's different geographical and ethnic landscapes.