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Testimonials of former Spanish students!!

"I took Spanish lessons with Patricia for approximately 2 months, twice a week. I was here in Salta for an internship in the hospital, but I needed  some extra help with the language.
The best thing about lessons with Patricia is that she made me feel at ease, she is very patient and open to all suggestions. She teaches with different types of material, for example songs or articles. Next to the teaching she helped me out with interviews that I was conducting in the hospital. Overall: personal, original and enthusiastic teaching, I would definitely recommend Patricia!
Suzanne Roggeveen (The Netherlands)


"Patricia is a fantastic teacher, she listened carefully to what I needed to learn and she used lots of different methods to reinforce my learnings including music lyrics, exercises and general conversation. I really improved and enjoyed my lessons. Muchas gracias."

Claire Webster, 28yrs, New Zealand


"Professional, fun and just the right dosis -  Patricia has found the way to make learning spanish an adventure. Even my 5 year old remembers the little elephant trompita and wanted to extend our stay in salta just to learn more. Thanks very much!"

Karen & Emilie.




If you visit Salta, you will learn about our customs, traditions and lifestyle. Besides, it's a great place to learn Spanish.
You won't just learn words, you will learn to speak and will have the opportunity to communicate in Spanish while you are in Salta.
The language skills and cultural knowledge that you acquire will make your stay in Salta more enjoyable and enrich your trips around Argentina and South America.

About Salta

The Hispanic architecture of the city outstands from the other cities in the country. The colonial spirit from the times of the foundation remains in its houses, streets, hundred-year-old monuments and narrow sidewalks surrounded by the mountains nearby. The city tour includes sightseeing its numerous statues, visits to the San Francisco Church, the Cathedral and the interesting historical and anthropological museums. In the outskirts, there are different excursions to go on , being the one called "El Tren a las Nubes" (The Train to the Clouds) the most attractive of them all. It consists of a train journey that goes through the clouds as it crosses The Andes at 4,220 mts. above the sea level. Undoubtedly, visiting the city means tasting the worldwide known " empanadas" from Salta.