Spanish Schools in Madrid, Spain

El estanque y el monumento a Alfonso XII de noche en el Parque del Retiro, Madrid, España.

A list of Spanish schools in Madrid, Spain:

Inhispania – Academia

Address: Marqués de Valdeiglesias, 3 · 28004 Madrid (Metro stations: Gran Vía or Banco de España)
Web: www.inhispania.com
Comments: A school dedicated only to teaching Spanish, it is located on a pedestrian street in the very centre of Madrid. It is seconds from the popular Puerta del Sol. A popular school with over 1200 students choosing Inhispania every year.

AIL Madrid Language School

Address: C/O’Donnell 27, 1º, 28009, Madrid
Web: www.ailmadrid.com
Comments: A large variety of courses from Club 50+ to DELE Exam preparation.

Todo Español

Address: General Díaz Porlier 1, Madrid (Esquina Calle Alcalá)
Web: www.todosp.com
Comments: Maximum 5 students per class.

Madrid PLUS

Address:Calle Arenal 21, 6º floor, 28013, Madrid
Web: www.madridplus.es
Comments: In the heart of the city, two minutes from the Puerta del Sol, known as “kilometer 0” of Spain. From their roof terraces you can see the Plaza Mayor, the Palacio Real, the Plaza de España and the roofs of the historical part of the city.

Don Quijote

Address: Duque de Liria 6, 28015, Madrid
Web: www.donquijote.org
Comments: On the lower 3 floors of a historic building its facilities are spread over 1,800 square meters. The building was renovated to provide the most modern amenities, yet it still retains the charm of its typical madrileño architecture. The school has 38 classrooms and more than 500 square meters of common areas, including a comfortable seating area where you can relax between classes or chat with friends.

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One Response to “Spanish Schools in Madrid, Spain”

  1. Frank Thomas 13 July, 2012 at 3:35 am #

    Guys, just come back from a three week course at AIL Madrid. I can’t comment on any other school in Madrid but this place was really fun. Every afternoon we did something different (walking tours, dance classes, musuem visits) and then inthe evening I went out with other students for tapas, beers, dinner and clubbing. Madrid is an amazing city. I learned a lot (thanks to my gorgeous and funny teacher Paloma!). I am still only A2 level so I need to go back and am sure I will later in the year.