Tips for Learning Spanish in Spain: Best Options for Beginners

Discover the best ways to learn Spanish in Spain and make your integration seamless. Check out our tips today!

If you're planning to move to Spain or have just arrived here, let me tell you something - learning the local language is crucial. Not only will it make your integration smoother, but it will also add to your overall experience.

If you're new to Spanish, don't worry! You can start by checking out Duolingo. Just keep in mind that it teaches Latin Spanish, not European Spanish, so some words might be pronounced differently or might not even exist in European Spanish.

Once you're settled in Spain, you can explore different options to learn the language. You can search for private schools or teachers on Google, but they can be a bit costly. Another option is to check your local library, which might have more affordable courses for foreigners (around 45 euros per year). However, these spots are limited, so be quick!

If you want to meet new people and make friends while practicing your Spanish, consider attending a language exchange. You can find these events on MeetUp, and usually, all you need to do is buy your drinks.

For a more exclusive approach, you can hire a private teacher. Although it's more expensive, you'll have a 1-on-1 lesson tailored to your specific needs.

If you're busy during the day, don't worry! Evening classes are also available, but they're not as common and usually cost about the same as daytime classes or private lessons.

So, now that you know where and how to learn Spanish, it's time to get started!

Hasta luego, mis amigos!

Jasper van Rijbroek

Jasper van Rijbroek

I'm a PHP and NodeJS developer who was born in Amsterdam, NL but now lives in beautiful Valencia, Spain. I work remotely full-time and enjoy blogging about everything related to this wonderful country. Let me know if you have any questions about Spain - I'd be more than happy to help!

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