Study Abroad & Learn Spanish in Bolivia

Learn Spanish in Bolivia, officially known as the Plurinational State of Bolivia thats nested nicely in the center of South America. There are 37 official languages, the main one being Spanish which makes it a fascinating place to learn as you'll no doubt cross several other languages. Bolivia is home to many interesting and diverse cultures, including architecture, art, and Folk music, all of which can be experienced when you learn Spanish in Bolivia. The country hosts the impressive Carnaval de Oruro every year. The festival its self is a large cultural event involving thousands of dancers and musicians, and not to be missed if you're in the area.

Bolivia’s landscape includes the Andes in the west and the Amazon rainforest in the east, plus the largest salt flat in the world, Salar de Uyuni, in the south-west. Due to its manageable size, all of these diverse landscapes can be easily explored while you study here. Temperatures range from very cold in the mountains to very hot in the lowlands, so it's important to bring the proper gear for all kinds of weather! 

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Is the constitutional capital of Bolivia and is home to about 247,000 people. The geography of the city is quite spectacular. Located in the south-central part of Bolivia, the city lies at a relatively high altitude of 2750 meters (9,000 ft) in the Andes mountains which provide a mild and cool climate year-round. A city with Spanish and Catholic influence, its narrow streets are lined with numerous colonial-style buildings, churches, convents and chapels. In addition, many of the city’s buildings are painted white and tiled with red roofs.

South America Explorer (Bolivia - Ecuador - Peru):
Experience the regional differences in both culture and language by studying and traveling in 3 different Spanish speaking countries over 3 months.

Destinations to learn Spanish

Argentina  |  Bolivia  |  Chile  |  Costa Rica  |  Cuba  |  Ecuador  |  Guatemala  |  Mexico  |  Peru  |  Spain