Spanish School Mexico City

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After school

After school

Information on L&C’s after-school activities and our guide to places we recommend you visit while in Mexico City.

Mexico City has been an urban area since the pre-Columbian 12th century, here you can see historic buildings and monuments from all eras. It is also known as the city of palaces thanks to its large number of very modern buildings, especially in the historic center.

Join one of the school’s many outings or check out our selection of activities in Mexico City below.

Going any direction you will find quesadillas on almost every corner, alongside quiet cafes and restaurants. You won’t see mariachi musicians everywhere, but you can sing along with them in “Plaza Garibaldi”. Ancient archaeological sites are present alongside Catholic churches, near the Tequila and Mezcal museums.

You can participate in a soul purification ritual in the main town square of “El Zócalo”.

Even though these kinds of scenes stem mostly from stereotypical ideas about Mexico, the country has conformed to them to appeal to visitors like you and your friends. Here you will find modern apartment buildings and shopping centers, and some of the best restaurants in the world; just like in New York City or London

School activities

Conversation Club

Every Thursday at 8 p.m., we meet in a bar near the school to share a beer with other school´s students and friends, practice the language and be part of an international network. Many friendships were formed through this activity, and some learners even ended up working together.

You will be able to go to the best places in the city, meet other learners, teachers and Mexicans. You will have the opportunity to taste different local drinks, food and craft beers. An experienced teacher will be present at each session to help you with the language and if you have any questions.

School excursions

To put your recently acquired skills into practice, L&C organizes various school excursions: guided tours to admire Diego Rivera’s work at the National Palace and the Palace of Fine Arts, guided tours to the National University “UNAM”, walks or circuits by public transport in the city, which includes visits to local markets, where you can taste delicious and inexpensive food, etc.

The purpose of this activities, beyond enjoying your stay in this beautiful city, is to put into practice what you have learned during your lessons, to understand and use different expressions to ask for directions, to have small conversations, ordering food and drinks, interacting with locals in real contexts.

All of this has been conscientiously put in place to give you a good experience suited to your skill level. If you are a beginner, the activities will be adapted to your knowledge, if you are intermediate or advanced, the interactions will be adapted and personalized to your level. There is a certain type of vocabulary / cultural information about where to go and what activities to do, you can choose to use the appropriate vocabulary or just enjoy the trip. This remains optional, if you prefer to take only lessons you can, just be sure to inform your teacher.

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Visit Mexico City

Plaza de la Constitución: better known as “Zócalo”, in the historic center (historic city center) is one of the largest squares in the world, surrounded by historic buildings, including the town hall and the cathedral.

La Catedral: the largest in America. It contains many altars, its main altar is in solid gold.

Angel de la Independencia or known as “El Angel” is a monument on Reforma Avenue and Florencia Street, near Zona Rosa. This monument celebrates Mexico’s independence in 1810.

Basílica de Guadalupe: the holiest place of Catholicism in America, welcoming pilgrims from all over the world, especially during the annual feast of December 12. Located at La Villa de Guadalupe, this is the shrine that keeps Juan Diego’s poncho which contains the image of Our Lady of Guadalupe, and is located in the northernmost part of the city.

Ciudad Universitaria: The main campus of the Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, the National Autonomous University of Mexico. Located on Insurgentes Sur Avenue, it is one of the largest universities in the world, with more than 270,000 students each semester. It was declared an ancient heritage place by UNESCO in 2007.

Coyoacán: Historic Colonial Arts District which hosted, among others, Frida Kahlo, Leon Trotsky and Diego Rivera

Plaza Garibaldi-Mariachi:  The Square is surrounded by cafes and restaurants popular with tourists, where you can see musicians playing music. Most of the groups are “Mariachis” from Jalisco, dressed in a “Charro” costume and playing trumpet, violin, guitar and bass. There is a payment for each song, but it is also possible to organize longer performances. People are setting up bars looking like lemonade stands to sell you cheap cocktails while you enjoy the music. A visit to Mexico isn’t complete until you’ve discovered the fantastic Mariachi bands.

Mexico City is the city with the largest number of museums in the world, to name a few of the most popular:

 

National Museum of Anthropology, Chapultepec: One of the best museums in the world, built in the 1960s and designed by Ramirez Vasquez. You can see a huge fountain in the courtyard. It is packed with the best collection of sculptures, jewelry and crafts from ancient Mexican cultures, it will take you several hours to discover it all. There are also some very interesting special international exhibitions. The cashier only accepts cash, if you wish to pay by credit card you will find an ATM to your left upon entering (apart from the cashiers). Tours in English are available in the morning, you can request the tour schedule at the information desk.

Plaza de las Tres Culturas in Tlatelolco: Here, you´ll find examples of modern, colonial and pre-Columbian architecture surrounding the square.

Museum of Modern Art, Chapultepec: There you will find paintings by Frida Kahlo, Leonora Carrington and Remedios Varo, as well as a garden full of sculptures.

Dolores Olmedo Museum, Xochimilco: An art philanthropist who left her old home, the great “Hacienda La Noria”, as a museum exhibiting the works of her friend Diego Rivera. At least 137 of his works are stored there, as well as 25 paintings by Frida Kahlo. The premises also have beautiful gardens full of peacocks and a strange species of Aztec dog.

Palace of Fine Arts (Palacio de Bellas Artes) – downtown: A concert hall and arts center, it houses some of Mexico’s finest murals and the Art Deco interior is well worth a visit.

Rufino Tamayo Museum, Chapultepec: The work of the Mexican painter Rufino Tamayo is exhibited there.

José Luis Cuevas Museum, downtown: Opened in 1992 and contains nearly 1,000 paintings, drawings and sculptures by the well-known artist, Jose Cuevas.

National History Museum, in Chapultepec Castle, Chapultepec: The 19 rooms of the Museum contain, in addition to a collection of pre-Columbian material and reproductions of ancient manuscripts, a wide range of exhibits illustrating the history of Mexico since the Spanish conquest.

Soumaya Museum, Polanco: This museum contains the art collection of Carlos Slim, the most renowned Mexican businessman and one of the richest men in the world. It has a large collection of paintings by Renoir, Monet, Dali and many others. The museum has impressive architecture to visit.

Papalote, Children’s Museum – Chapultepec: If you have kids they will love this place! Bright, colorful, and full of educational experiences for children of all ages.

Universum (National University Museum), Coyoacán: A science museum run by UNAM, the largest university in Latin America. Take the time to walk around the campus.

Casa Mural Diego Rivera, downtown: Contains murals by acclaimed artist Diego Rivera.

National Palace (Zócalo), downtown: There you can see impressive frescoes by Diego Rivera. You will need an ID to enter the premises.

 

San Idelfonso Museum, downtown: Some of Orozco’s best frescoes can be found there. Temporary exhibitions are generally very interesting.

Franz Meyer Museum, downtown: Showcases the collections of Franz Mayer, it houses the largest collection of decorative art in Mexico and also hosts temporary exhibitions on design and photography

Mexico City Museum, downtown: This is the perfect place to learn about Mexico City’s eclectic history.

Templo Mayor Museum (Zócalo), downtown: Contains the ruins and last vestiges of the Aztec Empire, attached to the immense archaeological site where the foundations of the temple were accidentally found in the 1970s.

San Carlos Museum, downtown: The San Carlos Museum contains some of the best paintings in Mexico and displays paintings dating from the 15th and 16th centuries.

National Arts Museum, downtown: This museum houses a rich collection of Mexican art ranging from the 16th to the first half of the 20th century.

Frida Kahlo Museum, Coyoacán: Also called Casa Azul, is the former home of Frida Kahlo (from birth to death), and is full of some of her works as well as many of her personal possessions.

Anahuacalli Museum, Coyoacán: An impressive modern representation of Mayan architecture, home to Diego Rivera’s collection of Aztec sculptures and other pre-Columbian cultures.

Leon Trotsky Museum, Coyoacán: The house where Trotsky lived in exile for the last year and a half of his life before being killed by one of Stalin’s agents. Guided tours are organized by members of the Workers / Revolutionary Party.

Mexico City is full of various plazas scattered through every neighborhood, but the following are some of the biggest, prettiest, most interesting, or best-know.

  • Chapultepec Park and Zoo Paseo de la Reforma. Is a large park of 6 km2 in the middle of the city which hosts many attractions, including the city zoo and several museums such as the Modern Art Museum, the Museum of Anthropology, the Children’s Museum (Museo del Papalote), the Technology Museum, the Natural History Museum and the National Museum also known as Castillo de Chapultepec, the former residence of the Austrian Emperor Maximilian of Habsburg. Nearby Metro station: “Auditorio” (Line 7, Orange).
  • Xochimilco, a vast system of waterways and flower gardens dating back to Aztec times in the south of the city where tourists can enjoy a trip in the “trajineras” (vividly-colored boats). Trajineras pass each other carrying Mariachi or marimba bands, and floating bars and taquerias. Xochimilco is the last remnant of how Mexico City looked when the Spanish arrived to Mexico City in 1521 and it was declared a world heritage site by UNESCO in 1987.
  • Plaza Garibaldi-Mariachi, in Mexico City is surrounded by bars and restaurants that cater to Mariachi Band enthusiasts. It is where bands come to do public auditions outside, on weekend evenings, simply play for pleasure, or for whoever may pay them. A visit to Mexico is not complete until you experience the fantastic Mariachi Bands. You can also find a great “pulqueria” here (a bar that sells pulque, an interesting fermented maguey cactus drink).
  • Parque Mexico et Parque España, are two adjacent parks in the Colonia Condesa, which used to be part of a race track. Now they are popular for an evening stroll, and sometimes house outdoor exhibitions or concerts, and are surrounded by cool cafes and bars.
  • Viveros de Coyoacán, are a large expanse of greenery and trails that used to be divided into privately owned gardens and farm plots, but is now a public park popular with people joggers and amblers alike.

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Charlotte Dion-Clarke
Charlotte Dion-Clarke
2022-06-10T20:51:58+0000
I came to L&C, knowing “Hola” and “Adios”. In just a week, I am now able to have casual conversations with the locals... and am no longer relying on Google Translate. I am incredibly grateful to the staff, who are very accommodating, patient and friendly. I would recommend this school to anyone that’s serious about learning a language.read more
Marion Babou
Marion Babou
2022-05-20T21:29:22+0000
Empecé a tomar clases de español como principiante total con la profesora Itzel durante 1 mes y continué con la... profesora Carolina durante otro mes. Ambos fueron geniales, aprendí mucho de ellos y los recomiendo totalmente.read more
Thomas Pfeiffer
Thomas Pfeiffer
2021-10-07T19:41:37+0000
I visited L&C Spanish school in CDMX for a few days to take a crash course in Spanish. I booked the classes - last... minute - the night before and everything worked out perfectly: The next day I was welcomed by the very kind receptionista and my Spanish level was evaluated within a few minutes. I was assigned to a small group of students, which was perfect to have plenty of interaction with the teacher. The lectures were organized very well: It consisted of Speaking, Understanding and Writing parts (and Homework tambien). I liked that there was a lot of speaking exercise and interaction with the teacher and students, which guarantees a fast progress in daily life speaking! Especially, I appreciated that the teacher understood how to motivate students and to create a good learning atmosphere. I strongly recommend Lengua y Cultura and all the surrounding administrative etc. parts of it!read more
Barbara Dias
Barbara Dias
2021-05-25T15:55:12+0000
I strongly recommend lengua y cultura school because they are included as the best spanish school in mexico city.... Teachers are prepared and entertaining, classes are leveled which helps to get the language faster. If you want to learn spanish, you must visit Lengua y Cultura.read more
Justine Solti
Justine Solti
2021-05-24T19:53:20+0000
I went to Lengua y cultura to take Spanish courses and it was amazing. The teachers are very nice and really know how... to teach. It was a wonderful experience, I highly recommend this school!read more
Will Cheshier
Will Cheshier
2021-05-19T13:43:45+0000
Great experience! A tremendous staff and they helped immerse you into the culture as well as teaching Spanish! Took all... safety precautions for COVID following all sanitary measures. Highly recommend!read more
Fabi Marie
Fabi Marie
2021-05-16T04:12:45+0000
not worth the money, not covid complient or minimum sanitary measures
Rachel Peniche
Rachel Peniche
2021-04-06T18:26:19+0000
Really good place in cdmx to take Spanish classes. Excellent price. The classes are small and all the teachers I have... had have been very knowledgeable and enthusiastic. They definitely tailor the classes for each student so that things are never too easy or too difficult and I always felt encouraged but not pushed. I am amazed at how much my Spanish has improved. I enjoyed my time at the school and would recommend to anyone looking to learn Spanish fast and gain confidence speaking quickly.read more
Annemarie Ahearn
Annemarie Ahearn
2020-02-12T15:07:54+0000
I took a one week intensive with Leonardo and it was wonderful. He was extremely patient with all of the students and... encouraged us in a way that felt like we were making progress. I would recommend Leo to any one with any level of Spanish. He also had lots of wonderful restaurant recommendations in Mexico City. I will definitely be back and for much longer time. Muchas Gracious Lengua y Cultura!read more
Raoul Calle
Raoul Calle
2019-08-09T16:10:51+0000
Lengua y Cultura is a great place to learn Spanish in Mexico City. The classes are small and the teachers are really... nice. I met some nice people and my Spanish improved a lot in just 4 weeks. It’s also in a nice new space in the heart of La Condesa. Will come back soon.read more
Luke Cool Hand
Luke Cool Hand
2019-07-05T21:04:41+0000
I've tried other schools but at Lengua and Cultura is the best. The group sizes are small so teachers are able to give... you the attention you need. The environment is relaxed and it was a really fun place to learn.read more
Todd Pitock
Todd Pitock
2019-06-20T18:43:57+0000
I got a lot out of my lessons at Lengua y Cultura. My teachers were engaging, patient and caring, and I think I... improved as much as I hoped to in my week there.read more
Jeremy Whalon
Jeremy Whalon
2019-06-15T14:08:10+0000
I really loved my experience here. I got to meet several teachers while I was there and found they all where very... educated, knew their craft, and wanted all of us to succeed. Learning a new language isn’t always easy and it really helped knowing I had partners at the school who created an environment that really helped us all learn. Class sizes aren’t that big, and they also have a great private tutoring program and remote lessons (after you’re done). Check them out if you need to learn Español.read more
Łukasz Dec
Łukasz Dec
2019-04-10T16:10:54+0000
I came here for a week of intensive course and stayed for several weeks instead. It was amazing! I can actually... communicate in Spanish in almost every situation. The classes were very interesting, in a family-like atmosphere. Now I have new friends and a few more reasons to return to Mexico City.read more
Joseph Thfc Watts
Joseph Thfc Watts
2019-02-07T22:18:06+0000
My first time studying a language and what a great experience. Everyone at L&C are very friendly, helpful and full of... knowledge. Relaxed atmosphere where you enjoy learning. Grace is an amazing teacher she knows the right pace and always understands your needs. Highly recommend!read more
Saskia Versteeg
Saskia Versteeg
2019-01-13T22:03:24+0000
I joined L&C for a 1 week intensive course to refresh my Spanish before starting work in Mexico. The teachers are... incredibly engaging, professional, and flexible with adjusting hours to suit my new work schedule. Both the group lessons and private classes were incredibly helpful to get me back up to speed. And, if you're looking for accomodation during your stay in the city, they have an AirBnB just a few blocks away.read more
Carla Parson
Carla Parson
2018-12-01T16:09:53+0000
The instructors are engaging, knowledgeable, patient and fun.
Charles Scoma
Charles Scoma
2018-11-21T21:54:15+0000
I love this place and am so grateful for the time with the great maestros. Anyone native English speaker looking to... freshen up or learn Spanish from scratch should definitely attend these classes. The school is full of smart, nice people and they know how to run a great service organization. I've learned so much and would highly recommend (highly recommend: Julieta, Ana, y Octavio).read more
Julien Voilà
Julien Voilà
2018-09-27T21:42:36+0000
Really good foreign languages clases and really good school.
Nelli Roosipuu
Nelli Roosipuu
2018-09-27T18:01:56+0000
I've been taking private lessons mostly from Marco and I am very content with his teaching methods. Marco has been... consistent and very disciplined but at the same time a fun teacher to study with. I highly recommend!read more
Claudia Cavazzini
Claudia Cavazzini
2018-09-05T09:48:42+0000
I took 20 hours of Private Lessons with Claudia; she is very patient and with a very strong teaching method. Thanks to... her methodology and to the tools provided I learnt very fast and completed the first 2 levels in less than 3 weeks. Additionally, thanks also to Giusy and Marco they showed me local traditional aspects and introduce me to the Mexican life. I felt like with friends. I look forward to coming back to Mexico next month to take other classes with them.read more
Sam Roberts
Sam Roberts
2018-05-28T18:27:08+0000
Great experience with friendly staff and skilled teacher's
Pao Ocaranza
Pao Ocaranza
2018-04-02T20:09:47+0000
Wing Hui
Wing Hui
2018-02-19T09:11:47+0000
Andy Kuang
Andy Kuang
2018-02-19T08:32:22+0000
Anna Natalia Romankiewicz
Anna Natalia Romankiewicz
2018-02-17T05:09:11+0000
In the past year I took a Spanish course at L & C. Classes are interesting, well-trained teachers, low prices. I really... liked that every week I had classes with another person. Marco is a very kind and flexible person. Thanks for everything!!!read more
Vincenzo Di Marco
Vincenzo Di Marco
2018-02-16T15:10:13+0000
Vinvenzo Di Marco
Vinvenzo Di Marco
2018-02-16T15:08:17+0000
Lucía Mignot
Lucía Mignot
2018-02-14T22:23:27+0000
Trinh Le
Trinh Le
2018-02-12T21:55:40+0000
Completely disappointed in the way this business is run! Boyfriend and I recently moved to CDMX and needed to learn... Spanish since we work and live here. After speaking with Marco Tellez (director of Lengua y Cultura), we came to the conclusion that private Spanish lessons would be the best option/program for us. The price was expensive, but that was expected since we wanted flexibility in scheduling in case of work, travel, etc. Before signing up, Marco promised us great things from Lengua y Cultura; things that competing businesses did not offer/weren't able to. First and foremost, he promised us quality teachers who are qualified to teach the language at an institutional level. Second, the teacher would speak fluent English and Spanish. And lastly, the teacher would have his/her own concrete lesson plan to supplement the books.That was on point with what we wanted/expected, so we signed up to start. The first teacher assigned to us failed to meet all three criterias that Marco had promised. He introduced himself to us as a tutor, was not able to understand our questions whenever we asked, and had no lesson planned for the four days that we had him. Our lessons were comprised of reading and listening to materials straight from the book, using our phones to translate whenever we didn't understand something, and searching for a YouTube video on something irrelevant to anything we were learning. We wanted to give this 'teacher' a full week before jumping to conclusion, but just couldn't so we contacted Marco to explain how the lessons were going. He appeared shocked saying that the teacher "seemed capable of speaking English" when they had talked and "does have a lesson plan". At this point, we also disclosed that we don't want to waste anyone's time, and that we can just consider it a lost for that first week and go elsewhere, but he kept reassuring that the new teacher will work out. After much back and forth, Marco said he would send us a new teacher and that they would be up to par with what we all agreed on. Fast forward to next week, we meet the new teacher, and first lesson goes well for that Monday (1/22). She could speak English (though not fluently) and Spanish, was able to answer our questions, and had supplemental materials in additional to the book. Three days later, we get a message from her on the morning of (1/25), saying that our class for the day is cancelled. So we thought, sure, not a big deal, maybe just a one time thing and wouldn't happen often. Next morning (1/26), another cancellation and then it was the weekend so we just thought we would pick it up again on Monday. Monday (1/29) came and another cancellation. See the frustration? Lessons were on and off for the next week and a half, and in between all this, the teacher texted saying that she would reach out to Marco to see if someone could substitute. We thought this was in the works, but when we reached out to Marco to once again reassess this whole private lessons, he had no idea. He said he was unaware, but that he would try to find us a third teacher. My question here is...if you are the director of this business, how are you unaware of what your teachers/staff are doing (i.e. do you even check in on them? would you even know if they came to teach or not? why should the clients/students have to keep tabs on the teachers?). We paid a premium so that we would get quality service and teachers who would do their job, but it seems like we have to micromanage this whole thing. Anyways, we told Marco we were pretty much done with the program since it was clearly not working out and to please refund us minus the cost for the books/materials. In total, we've paid for 60 hours, but only had 12 hours of concrete lessons. I do not recommend this place at all, especially if you are looking for high quality, private Spanish lessons and teachers. If anything, it only adds to more frustration and disappointment. Teacher's attendance: 1/22- 9am-11am 1/23- 9am-11am (late) 1/24- 9am-11am 1/25- teacher cancelled 1/26- teacher cancelled 1/27- weekend 1/28- weekend 1/29- teacher cancelled 1/30- 9am-11am 1/31- work travel 2/01- 9am-11am 2/02- 9am-11am 2/03- weekend 2/04- weekend 2/05- holiday 2/06- teacher cancelled, told her we need to discuss tomorrow re schedule 2/07- teacher cancelled, discussed with Marco re ending programread more
Roger Fisher
Roger Fisher
2017-09-23T16:30:14+0000
Excellent teachers. I took the full immersion package for two weeks Aug/Sep 2017 and was very satisfied with the... quality of instruction and the high level of dedication of each teacher to student learning and progress.read more
Amber Williams
Amber Williams
2017-09-15T02:25:25+0000
Great class and i got to join for only my one week of vacation and learn some local lingo!
Liz Fishwick
Liz Fishwick
2017-09-06T14:35:25+0000
I'm currently taking a Pre Intermediate course at Lengua y Cultura. I have enjoyed the lessons and especially with... Edgar who has proved to be not only patient but well prepared. This has been very motivating for Spanish learning. The school also has great hours for people who have FULL TIME PROFESSIONAL JOBS in the city which I think may account for a large percentage of the immigrant population who yes, are in Mexico City because they are highly qualified in their field. This is in capitals because I've been looking for a Saturday class for years as it is challenging for me to study during the week as I am one of those people. I initially started on an evening course and Lengua y Cultura have been very flexible at helping me transfer to a Saturday course.read more
Jeff Paxton Jr.
Jeff Paxton Jr.
2017-08-22T02:08:10+0000
Excellent teachers and located in a safe and vibrant part of the city. I highly recommend the full immersion program... and the one-on-one sessions. Hoping to get back for round 2 ASAP!read more
Chapi Max
Chapi Max
2017-05-21T12:35:03+0000
Sophie Pinch Le Prawn
Sophie Pinch Le Prawn
2017-05-18T17:40:21+0000
I really enjoyed my time at Lengua y Cultura. All the teachers and staff were very friendly and patient (which was the... most important part as my spanish was very poor). They were also very flexible, i couldnt attend the final class and they arranged for it to be held over skype instead. I really recommend this school. Thank you to everyone there.read more
Elliott Burns
Elliott Burns
2017-04-21T17:09:05+0000
In total I took 12 weeks of classes at Lengua Y Cultura, 5 days a week, 3 hours a day. The best part was that... throughout that period the school and its teachers were flexible to the needs our my classmates and me. Be it needing a week off, or wanting to diverge from the materials a little, it was accommodated. Alongside dramatically improving my Spanish the classes were consistently humorous and friendly. A huge thanks to the teaches who taught us.read more
Hannah Mxnr
Hannah Mxnr
2017-04-04T19:14:41+0000
This is a great language school, I can highly recommend it! The teachers structured the lessons really well and... everyone in the class improved quickly. muchísimas gracias!read more
Rafael Santos Costa
Rafael Santos Costa
2017-04-04T18:28:24+0000
Mis clases de español fueron excelentes. Yo recomiendo el curso a todos.
Chuck Morrison
Chuck Morrison
2017-02-05T17:22:34+0000
I took some personalized lessons and really benefited from them. Very nice instructors and they knew how to enable me... to communicate in almost all spanish during the lessons even though I am still a beginner. Gave me more confidence to practice my Spanish throughout the day. Highly recommended.read more
Jessica Aragon
Jessica Aragon
2016-10-28T17:30:38+0000
Dulce Acosta
Dulce Acosta
2016-07-09T20:00:38+0000
Barney Wareing
Barney Wareing
2016-04-24T23:17:48+0000
The school was brilliant. I had individual lessons for a week and improved massively. Everyone was very welcoming, and... the teaching was excellent. Would definitely recommmend.read more
Will Davis
Will Davis
2015-12-22T00:30:52+0000
Great school! Really accommodating to my needs, and had me babbling away after a week of lessons without having any... prior knowledge. Highly recommended.read more
Karin Davani
Karin Davani
2015-12-16T04:00:42+0000
Lengua y cultura is a great language school. I have been taking both group and private classes and I highly recommend... both. The teachers are great and will adjust the classes to your needs. I started taking group classes on a daily basis when I first arrived in Mexico City to prepare for an internship at a Mexican organization. Two weeks later I had made huge progress, which really helped when I started working. I continued taking private classes on a weekly basis, and it has been a great way of improving my grammar and language knowledge as a complement to my daily conversational Spanish.read more
Rachael Byrne
Rachael Byrne
2015-11-05T18:17:29+0000
Really recommend Lengua y Cultura! Our class was great and I felt like we all progressed quickly together, the teachers... were perfect. Patient & everything we were confused with was explained clearly. Equally valuable for tourists & foreign residents wanting to kick off, or improve their spanish. I went to a school in Polanco previously, it was nowhere near as good as here.read more
Gustaf Soldan Patrikson
Gustaf Soldan Patrikson
2015-10-18T20:10:03+0000
This is a great language school! I went here to improve my Spanish before the start of my exchange semester. The... teachers structure the lessons well and you will meet interesting people from all over the world. Also, the location is good within walking distance from much of Condesa/Romaread more
Joe Gregory
Joe Gregory
2015-09-07T16:00:11+0000
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