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Nicaragua Spanish Language Schools

Email: [email protected]

Office phone: +505 8156-6118

SkypeME: nsls.nicaragua

In person, our main office address in Granada is:

From the Maria Auxiliadora Church, 1/2 block to the West, 1 block to the South, on El Cementerio st., Granada, Nicaragua.

Managua office:

BDF Metrocentro, 1/2 block to the West, 25 Calle Sureste, Managua 14002

Please call to confirm the schedule at the school before visiting. During slower hours, the office may not be staffed. We can still meet you by appointment during those times.


After you contact us and let us know what your desires are, we will set it up and send you a confirmation email, including your dates, location(s) and prices. We will send you a placement test if you are not a beginner so that we can start you out at your current level. We will ask for your flight details so that we can make sure that you are met at the airport by one of our staff members. Your security while you are here in Nicaragua is a charge we take seriously. We will then take you to your place of lodging, brief you on everything you need to know to get started, and you’ll be on your way to speaking Spanish with fluency.

While you are here, you will have your afternoons and evenings free to do what you want. The schools will offer you some afternoon activities and/or arrange things for you to do, or you can go off on your own. We are always there to answer questions and give advice throughout your stay.

Payment is made through the safe and secure PayPal system. Once you have confirmed your plans, we will send you a PayPal statement for your stay. Payment must be made at least one week prior to arrival to secure your stay. See more about payment policies on the Prices page


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