Spanish School Peru: AMAUTA

Six reasons to Study Spanish in Peru

Monday May 04, 2015 - Posted by to Student life in Cusco

Six reasons to Study Spanish in Peru

Six reasons to study Spanish in Peru – and why not choose the beautiful city of Cusco and AMAUTA Spanish School?  At our downtown location in Cusco, at Calle San Agustin 249, AMAUTA offers Spanish Courses of all duration and at all levels. From Survival Spanish to standard group lessons, Spanish for business, Spanish and Volunteer, Spanish and Tefl, Medical Spanish and many other Spanish courses. Cusco is a fantastic city, and a great travel destination that is on many travel “bucket lists.”  Cusco is widely appreciated by travelers that know the city as a true highlight in South America, and an iconic city with much to offer. No better destination for your Spanish course in Peru

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Six reasons to study Spanish in Peru! Check it out here before you register for a Spanish course at AMAUTA in Cusco, Peru:

1. Learn the best Latin American Spanish.

Peru has the best Spanish of Latin America, recently revealed by a study by the University of Chile. The study looked at pronunciation and vocabulary. Concluding that Peruvians have clear pronunciation and mark all the letters. Great for new Spanish learners practicing with the locals!



2. Take in the Peruvian Culture.

Peru has a rich culture heritage and tradition, so you can get a really different experience. You can learn all about the history of the Incas, and also about the local indigenous traditions. There are so many religious festivals many of which have a really interesting mix of indigenous and Christian practices.

Cusco offers great opportunities for Spanish lessons with fun fieldtrips.


3. Enjoy the Peruvian cuisine.

Peru has internationally acclaimed cuisine. It was recently awarded best culinary destination in the world at the World Travel Awards. It was estimated that 1.2 million tourists would have come to Peru by the end of 2013 with the intention of doing gastronomic tourism. This is your chance to try the famous roast cuy, ceviche and lomo saltado.




4. Combine Spanish and Adventure.

Peru has a super diverse landscape, so many ruins and incredible history. Mountains, jungle and desert …..Peru has it all. Not to mention one of the most famous ruins in the world – the Inca Citadel Machu Picchu. To take advantage of this amazing diversity, go surfing at the coast, sand board the dunes of Huacachina, do a trek to Machu Picchu in the Andes mountains, and go piranha fishing in the Amazon (to mention just a few possibilities).

Spanish courses in Cusco that combine Spanish classes with Adventure include Spanish and Rock Climbing and Spanish and Trekking or Riverrafting.


5. Learn More.

Thanks to the history and cultural heritage of Peru, your possibilities for learning some cool new skills are huge. In your spare time you could also learn: Quechua (local language), traditional weaving, charango, panpipes, flute, Salsa dancing, traditional Peruvian dancing and many more. Many Spanish schools will offer free classes for you to try out which ones you like best.


6. Love Llamas!

You can see llamas and alpacas every day (the babies are especially cute), I repeat: every day!



Interested in knowing more about learning Spanish in Peru? Feel free to contact or course counselors.

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