Nicaragua Spanish Language Schools


Nicaragua Spanish Schools


02-01-2005


Logo:Nicaragua Spanish Schools
Telephone:505 8156 6118
Email:nslscontacts@gmail.com
URL:
Address:From the Maria Auxiliadora Church, 1/2 block to the West, 1 block to the South, on El Cementerio st.Granada, Nicaragua
Place:Granada, Nicaragua
Special offers:Program and Prices

Reviews

Nicaragua Spanish Language Schools

” I took a trip to Nicaragua to do a Spanish-immersion program. While looking for the right school on the internet, I found Nicaraguaspanishschool.org. I wanted to take classes in two locations. They helped me set everything up. They picked me up at the airport, took me to my first week at Viva Spanish School in Managua, arranged my homestay there, and set up all of my classes. Then they arranged for my second week at their school in Esteli. They really did all of the background work for me and the price was much lower than the schools that I was investigating in Mexico and Costa Rica. I told the Director that I would gladly write a recommendation for them and here it is! Feel free to drop me an email if you have any questions at terryott1958@aol.com.”

Terry O San Diego CA

 

I arranged my classes and homestay in Nicaragua through www.nicaraguaspanishschools.org. I was very happy with the trip and the schools that i attended in San Juan Del Sur and Managua. This group did a great job setting things up for me. I wholeheartedly recoomend their programs.

Sandy S London England

 

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