Discover the magic of Peru
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Knowing Peru is an unforgettable experience. Its ancestry, culture, biodiversity and food make this mystical country one of the favorite destinations in Latin America. And of course, whilst immersed in this cultural experience, learning Spanish is at the center of everything it offers.
Peru is one of the most varied countries in the world. It has multicultural people, extensive natural beauty, it is full of ancient traditions and has one of the most internationally acclaimed cuisines worldwide.
The country offers different landscapes, from the long coastline to the Andes mountains and the Amazon jungle. In less than a day you can travel from seas in the desert, through glaciers in the mountains and reach the tropical jungle. And in each place, the locals will make you feel at home and the archaeology will fascinate you.
Why learn Spanish in Peru?
A study from the University of Chile recently announced Peru as the best South American destination to learn Spanish. Let’s find out why:
Peru is known for the most traditional Spanish in the region and good pronunciation – they speak in full words and mark all the letters, unlike some countries further south where shortened words and difficult slang are common.
Schools and tutors
The cost of living is relatively cheap and you will find quality Spanish courses at affordable prices.
Abundance of language exchanges
If you want to travel and exchange languages for free, there are plenty of conversation groups where you can exchange Spanish with English, Portuguese, Italian, French, German and other languages.
The Peruvian people are characterized by their warmth and hospitality, they will always make you feel at home.
Top SightsPeru offers everything you could want from a South American country.
The Inca Empire was the largest empire in pre-Columbian America, and Cusco was at its center. The historic center of Lima, with its colonial buildings, is a World Heritage Site and a must see
Nazca Lines in Nazca, Chan Chan (the largest mud city in the world) in La Libertad and of course, Machu Picchu near Cusco
Paragliding at the Malecón de la Reserva in Miraflores, Lima
The Nevado del Huascarán is the fourth highest mountain in South America and boasts beautiful nature and landscapes
Cruise in the Pacaya Samiria river and travel by train in the route of Cusco, Puno and Arequipa.
Language learning information
Average cost of Tutor
$10 per hour
Average cost of School
$200 per week
Key Peru information
Sol (PEN, S/)
1 Sol = US$ 3.61 (2020)
90 days upon arrival for citizens of the EU, the United States, South Africa, Australia and others
- Shared space or hostel:
- US$10 -US$12 per night
Hostel dorm room:
US$20-US$25 per night
US$4 for a menu del dia
US$1 single trip
When to go
High Season (January - March)
Perfect for the beach
Mid Season (June - September )
Perfect for the mountains
Low Season (May - June )
The dry season in the Jungle