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Language school Santiago de Chile- Don Quijote Partner

This school is located inside a national monument – a mansion built in the 1920s and situated right in the historical centre of Santiago. You will be able to enjoy fantastic views across the city on the school’s rooftop terrace, whilst joining some of the fantastic extra activities with your new international friends. The school is a practical medium size with 14 light and airy classrooms, lounge, cafeteria, internet and video room. 



25 group + 6 private lessons per week, max. 8 students.

from $365 per week


25 Intensive group lessons per week.

from $230 per week

37 Intensive group lessons per week.

from $315 per week


Individual Spanish classes, flexible hours, tailer made, fast learning, all levels.

from $365 for 10 lessons per week


A combination of work experience & language program, Intensive lessons, followed by an internship, at least level B2 is required. 

Rates & info  



Breakfast or Halfboard, individual or shared room, shared or private bathroom.

from $190 per week


VOLUNTEER PROGRAM: Students (min. age 18) of an intermediate level or over can combine an Intensive Spanish course with a volunteer placement… more information on Don Quijote volunteer programs 

OTHER ACTIVITIES: Climbing, rafting, hiking, wine tasting; cultural tours e.g. museum-house of Pablo Neruda, trip to the ‘Palacio Cousiño’, meet up  at the Indigenous group and cultural center ‘CONACIN’, visit with a local environmental NGO, learn about the KAIROS project – social work against poverty, Archaeological Museum and Memorial of the victims of the Pinochet dictatorship

Santiago de Chile – info

This intriguing, breathtaking and stimulating juxtapose of a metropolis is home to 40% of the chilean population. It’s the refreshing mix of modern & colonial architecture, the lively markets, elegant pedestrian malls, revitalising hillside parks, flashy museums and high ranking eateries that make this city shine in front of its amazing backdrop – the snowy Andes.

For the ones who get too ‘hustled & bustled’ too quickly – the beach resorts of Valparaiso and the ski village of the La Parva are only a 1 to 2 hours drive away.

Things to do in Santiago de Chile:

Palacio de la Moneda: Chile’s 17th century government building. 

Iglesia de San Francisco:  Check out the oldest colonial building in the city. 

Gran Torre Santiago: Latin America’s tallest, 64-story, skyscraper.  

Nuño area, Bellavista, Basil & Lastarria Quarters: Enjoy the live music, nightlife, food & drink.

If there is no other student of the same level, the school may change your group-course booking into a private/semi-private lesson and reduce lesson time by 50%.

Don Quijote’s – registration fee is $65.00. 

Getting here

Aeropuerto Internacional Santiago, also knows as Comodoro Arturo Merino Benítez or Pudahuel airport, 25min drive to city centre, 20km

(The school offers a pick- service at $75 one-way)

Estación Central, 15min drive to school city centre, 4.7km 

FOR TRAVELS WEST & SOUTH – Terminal buses Santiago, 17min drive, 5,5km

FOR TRAVELS WEST & NORTH – Terminal San Borja, 23min drive, 6.7km

FOR TRAVELS NORTH & SOUTH – Terminal los Héroes, 13min drive, 3.7km

Estación Baquedano, 4 min walk, 300m from city centre

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