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Spanish Abroad

Learn Spanish while exploring Medellín

Learn Spanish while exploring Medellín

Spanish Abroad! Learn Spanish while traveling to Medellín, experiencing its culture, gastronomy, and landscapes. Explore nearby towns like Guatapé, and Piedra del Peñol.

Learn Spanish in Context

Our program allows you to learn Spanish in context, with real-life situations and conversations. You'll be able to practice what you learn in class in your daily life in Colombia.

Explore Medellín Culture

Immerse yourself in the culture of Medellín experiencing its gastronomy, landscapes and traditions. Our program offers a unique opportunity to learn about other cultures beyond the classroom.


Travel and Learn

Our program combines travel and learning, so you can explore Medellín and nearby towns while improving your Spanish skills. You'll make new friends, create memories, and learn a new language at the same time.

What does the Medellín plan include?

2 weeks exploring Medellín with a visit to the town of Guatapé and the Piedra del Peñol

Medellín Activities

3 hours of Spanish classes in the morning with topics related to the day’s activities.


Visiting very attractive places in the city and practicing what you have learned in class in context.

• Pueblito Paisa

• Botero Square 

• Pies Descalzos Park

• Parques del Río

• Medellín nightlife

• Visit to the Museum of Antioquia recognized for       the works of the artist Fernando Botero.

• Metro, Metrocable y tranvía ride

• Escalators in Comuna 13

• Graffiti in Comuna 13

• Accompanying guide

• Visit to the town of Guatapé and the Piedra del     Peñol


Guatapé and Piedra del Peñol

Guatapé and

Piedra del Peñol

Guatapé is a quaint town full of vibrant colors and crafts. You’ll take a motorboat for an hour around the town’s lake system to see the impressive country homes that line it and hear the dark story of the region. Afterwards, enjoy lunch and then head out to explore the pueblo’s beautiful streets and alleys, learn about the re-construction of the pueblo and the stories of its “zocalo” friezes as well about the importance of the nearby hydro-electric dam system. Then arrive at “La Piedra”, a 70 million-year- old 200-meter rock with two-thirds of its height planted underground. Climb the 649 steps to the top and enjoy a refreshment while looking over the entire surrounding lake system. 


• Exploration of a beautiful and colorful village with and uplifting story

• Climb the world’s 3rd largest monolith

• Lunch at Guatapé Boardwalk


Find Out About Classes

and begin exploring the fascinating world of the Spanish language.

We await you with open arms!

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