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“La Noche de la Nostalgia”  is a party celebrated in Uruguay on August 24th, the night before Uruguay’s Independence Day.  Vive la nostalgia con la música de los 60,70,80 y 90. More information

 

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Visitamos el Palacio Legislativo del Uruguay con nuestra profesor Maribel. Part of our program is visiting Montevideo together with a teacher.

We would like to share the home work of one of our students. Muy bueno Lyndsey, gracias por compartirlo con nosotros!

redeación visita Palacio

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On Thursday, July 2nd two of our students from La Herradura went on a trip to Prado, which´s a neighbourhood in the north-western outskirts of Montevideo. The students were guided by school staff to share their local knowledge on the history of the area with the students.

They have visited the president’s house, which sits on a plot of land that takes up a whole block. The president isn’t currently living there but it is used for meetings and events. Whilst walking along the streets of Prado, we could see many examples of traditional Uruguayan architecture and get a feel for suburban life in the city. We were then able to spend time exploring the beautiful Japanese garden and visit the Juan Manuel Blanes museum of art. The group then strolled through Prado’s beautiful botanic garden and rosary in the sunshine.

A good opportunity to spend time practising Spanish whilst discovering Montevideo. More information


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Experience the longest Carnival celebrations in the world and perfect your Spanish at the same time, through this special Spanish course! You will study in the mornings and spend the evenings and afternoons going to carnival performances of Candombe, Samba and Murga several days per week. Read more. 

A detailed description of the Spanish course and Carnival related activities.

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