Academia de Español Sevilla
Iglesia y Convento de Santa Clara
Established by sisters from Puebla, Mexico, Santa Clara was inaugurated in 1734, destroyed four decades later by the great quake and...
Iglesia de San Francisco
This church is imbued with the spirit of Hermano Pedro de San José de Bethancourt, a Franciscan monk who founded a hospital for the poor...
La Antigua Galería de Arte
Displaying works by more than 70 artists, most Guatemalan, in the halls and patio of a colonial mansion, Antigua's premier art gallery...
The rooftop is deservedly popular for sunset drinks and snacks, weather permitting. Below deck, there's a candlelit tiki bar with...
Y Tu Piña También
An international crossroads, this natural-foods cafe does healthy, sophisticated fare for foreign students on the go. There's a tempting...
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Academia de Español Sevilla information
This well-managed institute offers plenty of free activities, and they can arrange volunteer work in local community projects. One-on-one classes are conducted amid the remnants of a colonial monastery. Shared student housing is offered as an accommodations option.