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The New Quijote by Pérez Reverte

by David Limon on Monday, February 16, 2015

Versión española abajoLove of literature is a quality that characterizes people that try to exemplify their cultured nature. Within books we find a hidden collective memory, history and the soul of a culture. The… more »

What's happening in... January

by David Limon on Tuesday, January 20, 2015

Versión Española abajoThis January, we would like to remind you that at don Quijote, not only do we guarantee you the best way to learn Spanish, we also have plenty of other language learning options available for… more »

A Christmas Course from don Quijote

by Robert on Wednesday, December 17, 2014

Christmas is right around the corner and don Quijote has an exciting course designed for anyone who wants to spend this holiday season a little differently.With this course, you’ll get to study Spanish in Spain while… more »

Real Academia Espanola

by Matthew Wisdom on Thursday, July 03, 2014

The Royal Spanish AcademyLa Real Academia Española, RAE, known in English as the Royal Spanish Academy, is the official institution that is charge of the regulation of the Spanish Language. It is a royal establishment… more »

How to write a CV in Spanish

by Freddie Savundra on Thursday, August 29, 2013

Applying for a job in SpainWith the job market the way it is the next stage of your life might come down to a single piece of paper. A CV is all that stands between you and an interview for a job position, but how to… more »

The Comparative in Spanish

by Michael on Thursday, August 22, 2013

Compare in SpanishNot feeling completely confident when it comes to using Spanish comparatives? Then worry no more! Thanks to our clear and memorable language formulas below, we will help you to avoid making common,… more »

Study abroad to prepare for Uni

by Freddie Savundra on Thursday, August 15, 2013

Study AbroadWhether you’re busy planning your third year abroad or trying to get a place at Uni, that sense of what if is always going to be sitting on your shoulder. So many universities to apply for, so many degrees… more »

How much does education cost in Spain?

by Freddie Savundra on Thursday, July 25, 2013

Education in SpainIt’s probably one of the most important things in a child’s life and yet it varies in price, quality, structure and technique all over the world. In the UK the price of educating a child to the age of… more »

A Gap Year in Spain

by Freddie Savundra on Wednesday, July 17, 2013

Didn’t get the grades you need to get into university/college? Changed your mind or looking to have a year away from home? Why not take a Gap year? Without a doubt it is one of the best experiences you can ever have.A… more »

Plants and Trees in Spanish

by Yoan Lecomte on Friday, May 03, 2013

As we mentionned already last week, Madrid’s Royal Botanical Gardens recently celebrated International Book Day by offering visitors a peek at the rich plant life encountered by the world’s favorite ingenious gentleman… more »

The World Book Day in Spain

by Robert on Friday, April 26, 2013

April 23rd, a very special day in SpainThis date is not celebrated this way anywhere else in the world. In Madrid and Barcelona, lots of events take place on this day. People fill the streets of the cities and purchase… more »

The Five Richest Spaniards

by Robert on Wednesday, April 03, 2013

Poverty and wealth“Crisis”, “dept”, “unemployment”, “austerity”- Those terms have been dominating the headlines of all European newspapers since the outbreak of the global financial crisis in 2008. Spain was, and still… more »

Volunteer Work Abroad

by Robert on Monday, March 25, 2013

Helping Yourself While Helping OthersEvery year, thousands of people sign up for volunteer programs to help others in need. However, it’s not only the ones in need that gain from this experience; the volunteers… more »

Made In Spain - Spanish Inventions

by Robert on Monday, March 18, 2013

When people think of Spain, they normally associate the country with Mediterranean cuisine, bullfighting, sangria, flamenco or afternoon siestas. However, what most people do not know about, is that Spaniards have… more »

Spain is the Set of Movies

by Dilek on Thursday, February 28, 2013

Have you ever noticed that many Hollywood movies were shot in Spain? Maybe one of your favorite scenes is back dropped by a Spanish plaza or steep Almeria hillsides, landscapes that may have tricked you into thinking… more »

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