Spanish School Peru: AMAUTA

Experience the Peruvian culture and learn the Spanish language

Wednesday January 21, 2015 - Posted by to Latin American Culture & Food

If you are seeking cultural enrichment, language acquisition and a place to have fun, look no further than AMAUTA Spanish School in Peru.
With Spanish teachers who have a strong passion for immersion and language learning you can depend on AMAUTA to help you become more confident in communicating in Spanish.

I personally attended the school located in the city of Cusco, surrounded by Andean mountains, at Calle Suecia. From school it was just a short walk to the ancient ruins of Sacsayhuaman as well as to the Plaza de Armas of Cusco.

Experience the Peruvian culture and learn the Spanish language


While at the school, my passion for Spanish was developed and this quickly became a life changing experience.
Having been explosed to the Spanish language before was helpfull, but the immersion experience I had with this particular school far surpassed anything I could have expected.

With many different hands on activities, you’re never bored during the Spanish classes in Peru.  The AMAUTA teachers are well versed in techniques to assist you with your communication skills. The educational trips into the community were among one of my favorite parts of the classes. Wether it was a trip to the market in Cusco, to learn about local food, or to a museum to focus on the art history, every trip was well planned and correlated well with what we were doing already in class.

Experience the Peruvian culture and learn the Spanish language


The dedication each teacher gives to their students is impressive. My experience with AMAUTA inspired me to become a language teacher myself back in my home country. More than a year later and I am currently applying techniques teachers at AMAUTA used to teach me with my own students.

Experience the Peruvian culture and learn the Spanish language


What could be better than going to a foreign country and not only learning the Spanish language but also experience the Peruvian culture at it’s fullest?
If traveling, learning about the world around you and acquiring skills in the Spanish language sounds interesting to you; I highly recommend you attend AMAUTA Spanish School.

One thought on “Experience the Peruvian culture and learn the Spanish language

  1. Noelia

    The best way to learn another language is undoubtely by living in a country where that language is spoken. And the Peruvian culture seems amazing to me, so studying Spanish in Peru sounds like a great deal 🙂 So far I have only been to Argentina but hopefully some day….


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