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* Some of the images included in these videos, as well as in the website, correspond to Tía Tula’s former facilities. Pictures from the current facilities can be found in "The School" section.

Why Salamanca?

Why Salamanca?

Salamanca is a small city (170.000 people) situated in the west of Spain, 200 kilometres Read More
Why Tía Tula?

Why Tía Tula?

1. High quality teaching philosophy Tía Tula is a modern center of Spanish teaching which Read More
10 good reasons to choose Tía Tula

10 good reasons to choose Tía Tula

1 Flexible high quality teaching specifically adapted to every student We offer high quality teaching, Read More
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  • When I was looking for a Spanish school in Salamanca, I read lots of good reviews about Tía Tula: about its great location in the middle of the historic center of the city, about its lovely facilities, about its happy and friendly environment and its high human quality. All that turned out to be true but what I liked the most was the quality of their courses and academic program, so professional and effective. I recommend Tía Tula to everyone who really wants to learn the proper Spanish in a lovely place within a beautiful city and with nice people. Roger Matthews (Sudáfrica / South Africa)
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