Tag: life at LS Barcelona

What’s on in July 2020 in Barcelona?

Are you coming to our school in July to learn Spanish but you wonder what you can do in your free time? Although there will be a lot of things different this summer, you...

Linguaschools Barcelona review: Anjelika from Kazakhstan/Canada

Anjelika Reznik (24) was born in Kazakhstan, then immigrated with her family to Israel. And after a couple of years they immigrated to Canada. From the age of 10 she started doing rhythmic gymnastics...

Linguaschools Barcelona review: Naoshi from Japan

This is Naoshi (38), he was born in Singapore but when he was 7 years old he moved with his family to Yokohama in Japan. Yokohama has a very nice port just like Barcelona....

Linguaschools Barcelona review: Aitalina from Yakutia, Russia

Meet Aitalina (26), she comes from the Republic of Sakha (Yakutia). She likes reading books, dancing bachata and salsa, cooking, listening to music, playing volleyball and watching series. Before she came to Barcelona for 6 months, to...

How to make torrijas

Each Easter we prepare torrijas for our students. La torrija is a sweat dish, tipical to eat during easter. The smell of sugar and cinnamon fills the school. When all students come out of class...

Evening Spanish courses are going online – starting April 2020

Due to the COVID-19, the last weeks of the part-time Spanish course in Barcelona have been taught in an online mode. Because the feedback we got from students was very positive we have decided...
Spanish evening courses in Barcelona

NEW evening Spanish courses in Barcelona – starting January 2020

Sorry, you cannot sign up for this course anymore. Still want to learn Spanish in the evenings in Barcelona? Find out when the next course is! ----------------------- Are you living, or planning to live, in Barcelona...

Practising at the mercado in Barcelona

Getting to know the culture of the city is as important as learning the language. That’s why today our teacher Toni took the Spanish classes to the market! Even though initially they were a...

La Castañada in Barcelona

During Halloween and Día de los muertos…we celebrate La Castanyada! We put the big bbq outside to roast chestnuts and have our oven full with sweet potatoes wrapped up in aluminium foil. So when the students...

Salsa on the rooftop terrace in Barcelona

Our Spanish student Elena is a great Salsa dancer and shared her passion with us by teaching us the first basic steps in May when she was at our school. A couple of weeks...