Located at the crossroads between North and South America, Mexico has a complex and rich history. Alongside a unique culture and gastronomy and managed to preserve its heritage and traditions. Despite Mexico City being one of the world’s largest cities with more than 20 million inhabitants. There is much to explore, from the ancient ruins of the Aztec and Mayan civilisations to the colourful and vibrant colonial towns dotted around the country. And if you want to relax on miles of white sandy beaches then the stunning Caribbean and Pacific coasts are calling your name. Take any of our Spanish courses in Mexico and discover the beautiful country.
If you want to learn Spanish in Mexico there are a number of amazing places for you to choose from:
Oaxaca: a colourful and authentically Mexican city. Home to Mexico’s most vibrant crafts and art scene. A great place to start learning Spanish and discover the indigenous treasures.
Playa del Carmen: a fishing village with plenty of sandy beaches and one of Mexico’s trendiest places. You will learn Spanish, enjoy delicious food and enjoy the great weather.
Mexico City: Mexico’s capital and one of the most vibrant cities in the world. Mexico City has a dynamic cultural scene and some of the best food experiences you can find.
All our Spanish courses in Mexico are delivered by accredited Spanish language schools. Schools offer the highest quality Spanish language teaching and tuition. For more information to learn Spanish in Mexico or to make a booking, please contact us. Or, call us on 00 44 (0) 1273 830 960.
✅ Try out water sports including diving, surfing, scuba diving and paddle boarding
✅ Take time out on the sunny sandy beaches of Playa del Carmen
✅ Enjoy the wild nightlife with spicy food and tequila in Mexico City
✅ Visit some of the world’s most interesting museums showcasing the works of Frida Kahlo and Diego Riviera in Oaxaca
✅ Explore many UNESCO World Heritage Sites across the country
✅ Download our free Spanish Language Kit before you go
✅ 9 Things You Need to Know About Learning Spanish before your Spanish course in Mexico