Spanish School Peru: AMAUTA

Spanish School Peru: AMAUTA

Spanish School AMAUTA in Cusco, Peru is the best place to learn Spanish in Peru. We provide in-depth Spanish lessons in Cusco with a full cultural immersion experience. Step outside of the Spanish classroom to live the Peruvian life and culture and explore Peru.

During or after your Spanish lessons in Cusco, you can volunteer in Peru: make new friends, improve your Spanish and give back to the amazing Peruvian community.

We keep you posted about what’s going on at our Spanish School in Peru and provide you with tips to learn Spanish, how to make most out of your Spanish classes in Cusco, how to prepare for your trip to Peru, Peruvian cuisine or festivals, what to do in Cusco, and much more.


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Mijn Candelaria ervaring tijdens mijn cursus Spaans in Cusco

Mijn Candelaria ervaring tijdens mijn cursus Spaans in Cusco Het Candelaria festival in Puno is het derde grootste festival in Zuid-Amerika. Het vindt elk jaar in februari plaats vlak bij het Titicaca meer in het zuiden van Peru op een hoogte van 3,810 meter. Duizenden […]

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My Candelaria Experience as a Spanish Student in Peru

The Candelaria festival in Puno is the third largest festival in South America. It takes place every year in February on the edge of Lake Titicaca, in Southern Peru, which has an elevation of 3,810 meters. Thousands of dancers flock to this festival with their […]

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La partida de Cusco a Puno y el Lago Titicaca

Después de haber pasado casi cinco meses en el Cusco aprendiendo el español, para mí ya era hora de ir en busca de una nueva aventura. Decidí ir a Puno con un amigo de la casa, con quien había congeniado. Ya sabiendo la correcta ubicación […]

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Heading from Cusco to Puno and Lake Titicaca

Heading from Cusco to Puno and Lake Titicaca After having spent almost five months (!) in Cusco learning Spanish, it was time to go on a new adventure. Together with a friend from home, who had just joined me, I decided to head to Puno. […]