Why study at Wiracocha?

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  • Native Spanish teachers: Our teachers are inspired by their passion and experience.
  • Dynamic Spanish classes: Classes designed and adapted to your learning needs.
  • Intensive conversation practices: Students learn Spanish better by speaking and practicing.
  • Voluntary work options: Make volunteer while learning spanish.
  • Excursions in and out of Cusco: Visit Cusco's surroundings as part of offered activities.
  • 16 years of experience: Our experience make us your best choice.

Why learn spanish?

Spanish is spoken by around 500 million people around the world, Spanish is the third most popular language, after English and Chino Mandarin. Spanish is spoken in a large number of countries in different continents, countries such as: Spain, the United States, Venezuela, Argentina, Chile, Peru,etc. With over 35 million Spanish speakers in the United States. Spanish language is becoming more and more important in today’s world.

Spanish Courses in Peru

Wiracocha is a school with an innovative method of teaching Spanish. We believe our students should not only learn Spanish, but live it as well. As a result, our teachers put a great deal of emphasis on conversation as well as practical exercises in which students visit restaurants, markets and tourist offices. We provide Spanish language classes that have been adapted with a method to meet the needs of our students

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Open yourself to a new culture with exciting adventures and give yourself a chance to live a different experience – take advantage learning spanish in Cusco on the trip you´ve always dreamed of.

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