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You can pay with Guatemalan money (quetzals) or by Visa credit card (please add 15% for credit card tax & bank fees, but you can avoid the 15% if you go to ATM machine to exchange money to quetzales and pay cash)..
If you wish to make your reservation, please wirte us a e mail with your request, you dont need to fill out a contact form, please just add emergency contact, name, e mail and country.
These are things we highly recommend you bring when staying with a family: your own towel, toothbrush, toothpaste, shampoo, soap and body lotion.
We recommend you to bring your own pencils, eraser, diccionary and notebooks.
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When you visit the school for the first time, please go directly to the center located at "1a Calle Poniente # 10 Antigua Guatemala GT", a few steps from La Merced Church. We highly recommend using the Google map to guide you in locating our central office. We have an annex facilities that are only for receiving classes.
We can assist you with private transportation from Guatemala airport to Antigua and Antigua to back to the airport, but this service is provided by a travel agency which has no connection with the school. There are also several ways to come to Antigua and return to airport, such as hiring a taxi, collective suttles, uber or by taking a public bus.
Please feel free to use any service you wish to come to Antigua. You are welcome to come directly to the school or we can provide the name and address to the family home-stay if you like. For trips and tour arrangements here in Antigua we recommend to search online or guidebooks to find out which are most recommended by other travelers and reserve directly with each agency.
Feel free to contact us today to start planning your spanish experience, make your reservation by giving us a call anytime or sending us an email.Click Here to Contact Us Watch Video Reviews
A recipe that is hundreds of years old, and part of the culinary tradition of Guatemala, a post-colonial heritage of Spanish cuisine. As time goes by, Guatemala has made its own, as part of its culinary tradition and with variations in its ingredients according to each family. This is a dessert that is now part of the menu of all typical food restaurant in Guatemala and is the favorite dessert during the Easter season.
Guatemala has many traditional dishes for the Easter Week season, ideal to enjoy with friends and family. “Curtido de Semana Santa” (Easter Week Curtido) is a very popular dish and well known dish of the Easter season in Guatemala and specially for the summer, for it is a very fresh dish. This delicious dish is very similar to Fiambre, but this does not include any meat.
During Holy Week, Guatemala has many traditional dishes for this season to enjoy with family and friends. El ‘Bacalao a La Vizcaína’ is perhaps the most traditional and popular dish of the Easter season in Guatemala. When the Lent season begins, you can easily find large quantities of dried cod (dehydrated) in salt at the supermarket.
If you would like to continue learning Spanish, either online with us or returning again, please contact the school administration.
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We are happy to announce our spanish clases online through Skype. If you are not coming to Antigua Guatemala, or wish to get started. Please let us know.
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