Spanish Language And Climate In Seville

Reasons To Learn Spanish In Spain




The city:

  • Population: 835,000.
  • Location: South West of Spain.
  • Capital of the Andalusia region.
  • Seville has an extremely rich history dating back over 2,500 years but it is also a modern city.
  • The city has an international airport.
  • Seville has a Mediterranean climate. Winters are mild and summers are hot.

Cultural / recreational:

  • Much of the history is still reflected in the monuments of the city (e.g. the Cathedral, the Giralda, the Alcázar, the Torre de Oro and the famous Santa Cruz quarter).
  • If you would like to discover the popular customs of this region, you should visit Seville in the spring. The two most important festivities of this city take place within
  • two weeks: Holy Week (Easter), with its world-famous processions, and the Feria, the Flamenco-event in the land.
  • Seville is a city with one of the highest concentrations of bars in Spain!
  • It is the world centre for bullfighting and flamenco music.

Critical comment:

  • In the summer, the temperatures can be really high. However, the school building is equipped with air-conditioning.


Our opinion of Sevilla:

Seville is a very complete city,and the rich mixture of its history and modernity will add value to your Spanish course.

The “good life” is another of the traditions that the Sevillians like to maintain, as you will see from the many restaurants, bars and terraces that guarantee an entertaining and thrilling nightlife.

Seville has an international airport ,which makes for good communication between other Spanish cities and the rest of the world. Also with the high-speed trains (AVE) it only takes 2 1/2 hours to reach Madrid,the capital of Spain.


The Spanish School in Sevilla



The Spanish in Sevilla school is located in a magnificent historic building in the centre.

The building dates from 1919 and was designed by one of the most famous architects in Spain, Aníbal González, also creator of the “Plaza de España”.

This building is one of the most important monuments of Seville. You will savour a concentrated taste of Spain upon entering the school.

The 12 classroom are very spacious and are air-conditioned. On the rooftop you can relax after your Spanish lessons, sunbathing.

Just like all our schools, this schools has an office, teachers’ room, and a meeting room and multimedia classroom. . 


Weather In Sevilla


In Seville, the sun shines almost every day from June to September. In that time of year, there is virtually no rain. It is short sleeve weather all the time, evenings included.

Weather to expect:

The one thing you likely know, or should know, is that it gets really hot in the summer. Sevilla holds the record for the hottest city in Europe with a record of 50° C (122° F).

In the winter the temperature will almost never break the freezing mark and so things are relatively mild. There are many houses which do not have heat and as marble floors are common it can be much colder inside.

Rain is uncommon if non-existent in the summer months of July and August. In October the rainy season begins and lasts through December. In March it picks up a little and then starts a downward trend.