Our Spanish school in Santo Domingo is located in  the campus of the largest Dominican University (UASD). The building is bordered by a garden with terraces perfect for socializing, while the indoor classrooms are cozy and simple. All of this adds up to a personalized and extremely friendly atmosphere. Jump on public transportation and in a mere 10 minutes you’ll find yourself in the city’s historic Colonial Quarter where museums, theatres and restaurants abound.

Intensive Spanish Course
Private Spanish Classes

In Santo Domingo we offer small groups of 2 to 7 students maximum.


Our Spanish classes in Santo Domingo are either in the morning or in the afternoon; each of 45 minutes.


Students have three choices with regards to accommodation in Santo Domingo. Staying with a host family is the best way to improve your Spanish skills, with half-board accommodation (breakfast and dinner) included in the price. Each student has their own room and, in some cases, a private bathroom too.

A student residence is a great way to meet other people: located in the Zona Universitaria or nearby, the apartments are only two minutes away by foot from the UASD campus, and typically offer three bedrooms with a communal kitchen and living area, as well as two bathrooms.

The final option is a apart-hotel, either as a private apartment or a hotel room. We have links with two hotels which are no more than 10 minutes’ walking distance.

Activities and Excursions

A number of local activities and excursions will compliment your Spanish course.

The most common activities are:

Dance classes
Visits to museums
Cultural events
Our Opinion

You can enjoy a variety of nature-oriented activities in Santo Domingo due to its impressive variety of landscapes. Hike the mountains, trek through lush jungles and semi-arid deserts, or simply bask in the warm Caribbean sun on white beaches. Although the country is a popular tourist destination, much terrain remains unblemished and largely undiscovered. Whether exploring the island’s natural beauty spots or dancing to merengue rhythms with locals, the Dominican Republic offers a vast array of possibilities for the Spanish immersion student.



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