Top reasons to study Spanish in Spain
Friday, 09 August 2019

 Still haven't decided whether to invest your time and energy in learning Spanish? It is nothing new that learning a language from scratch can be difficult. 

 However, since it is one of the most widely spoken languages in the world, it is really worth it.

The importance of communication

Spanish is the second most spoken language in the world and is gaining importance over time. It is the official language in 21 nations on both sides of the Atlantic Ocean and recent estimates calculate that the millions of native Spanish speakers are 320-400 million worldwide.

Today Spanish is spoken in Spain, in most Latin American countries and in the United States. It is also the most spoken among the Romance languages (French, Italian, Portuguese, etc.) and is among the most studied languages in the world! Its importance in politics and international affairs is undisputed and is recognized as an official language in many organizations and institutions such as the United Nations, the European Union, etc.

So why learn Spanish? Knowing Spanish will open up countless possibilities, both personally and professionally. One of the best ways for learning a language is immersion programs or short time classes that can fit holidays in Barcelona like courses at Expanish.

You will be able to communicate with millions of people, travel without problems in dozens of countries, improve your CV and open your business to a new market and much more!

Learn Spanish in Barcelona

Whether you have only a weekend or several days, I will take you by the hand to discover the main attractions, the best restaurants, the most hidden places ... in short, all the things to see in Barcelona! You will find all the travel times indicated so that you can organize with the purchase of tickets online attractions, essential to save money, skip the queues and find a place especially in high season. If you need small adaptations to these standard tours leave a comment at the end of the article and I will help you change them.

But why visit and learn Spanish in Barcelona?

1. Art is everywhere

And when it says everywhere, it means EVERYWHERE. Literally! Not only the best known of Gaudí but also of contemporary and equally known artists. Miró, Botero, Lichstein, Picasso: walking the streets of Barcelona is a continuous surprise.

2. Perfect to visit by bicycle

The promenade, the narrow streets of the historic center and the many streets with markets make Barcelona ideal for cycling.

3. La Rambla

Probably one of the most famous streets in all of Barcelona. This is where the Catalan night begins and where it comes to drink before going to the clubs.

4. Barrio Gótico

It seems to have come out of a fairy tale and it is walking through the narrow streets of Barrio Gótico that you can see enchanted corners of the city and real pearls of architecture.

5. Tapas

The best way to taste the local cuisine is trying local dishes. And what's better than tapas? The markets of the city are the ideal places to taste fresh cut quality Iberian ham.

6. La Sagrada Familia

La Sagrada Familia is certainly a work to be admired at least once in your life.

7. The sea

You can admire the sea from the most famous beach of the city, the Barceloneta, or from the most hidden and far from the tourist flows. There is something for all tastes: for lovers of nightlife and cocktails on the beach in the chiringuitos and beach clubs, or for those who simply love being in contact with nature.

8. Montserrat

If you prefer the mountain to the sea, no problem. A few kilometers away, Montserrat (the most important mountain in all of Catalonia) is a charming place surrounded by villages and splendid landscapes.

9. The climate

Barcelona is perfect almost every day of the year! Of course, if your goal is to go to the beach, it will be appropriate to go there from spring to the first months of autumn. But if you want to enjoy the city and you're not a big fan of the beach then every season will be that good. The sun shines 365 days a year.

10. Local culture

Catalan culture is something incredible. Colorful, festive and with a thousand facets that make it unique in the Spanish territory. The festival of Sant Jordi, or that of San Giovanni and the human castles (called Castellers) and the sardana are just some of the things you can see around the city.
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