When you want to complete your Cordoba experience, make sure that you know a phrase or two of the native tongue before you depart and head for home. Language may be a barrier for you to totally indulge yourself in a Cordoba but as the saying goes, “if there is a will then there is a way”. Learn the Spanish language in one of Spain’s finest cities.
Why Learn Spanish in Cordoba?
It is a fact that Spanish remains the third language used worldwide. Your Cordoba tour is both educational and fun at the same time. You can learn a new language and apply it in you daily stay in Cordoba, you wouldn’t have a hard time finding someone to practice your Spanish skills with. The Cordobans would appreciate any foreigner or tourist who could at least utter a greeting or say “thank you” in their native tongue. When you get to know the Spanish language, when in Cordoba, it would be much convenient and easier for you to interact and connect with the locals.
The Options that You Have when Learning Spanish
There are different language training schools and facilities to choose from when you want to learn the native language; all you have to do is choose which would best suite your learning style and environment.
First option is you go hit the books, books hold a fountain of knowledge. Buy self-help, self-tutorial Spanish book to help you out with the basics. What more, these books are handy sized so they are easy to carry around during your tours. You can just flip through the pages if you somehow forgot a term or phrase that you need at the moment. Learn a few words in the Spanish language before you jump into that plane to Cordoba. Best be prepared prior to your trip. But if you’re already there, you can stroll through the many bookstores and libraries along the sidewalks during your strolls. Cordova has more or less 70 libraries!
If you want a more subtle and consistent approach, then opt for Spanish audio books. Theses are available on stores or you can order online. This is the best option for those who decide to stay a while longer in Cordoba. You can learn while jogging or just relaxing in the tub, it is discreet and you can use it anytime of the day and at any moment.
If you want a more personal and on-hand experience, then enroll yourself in Spanish classes with other tourists. COINED offers Spanish courses and is conveniently located near the town square. You can always keep your Spanish skills on the track and you can get more interaction and practice from the lecturers and students.
Lastly, if you want to go high-tech, then you can go online and find a website which offers a Spanish language course. It is preferred for those who multitask who want to spend their whole day outside Cordoba but can still enhance their Spanish skills during their breaks or at the end of the day. You can hone both your technical and Spanish skills by chatting, using webcams, and phone chats with natives and other online students.