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6 Fun Ways to Practice Spanish in London - Friendly Spanish

6 Fun Ways to Practice Spanish in London

With these 6 fun ways to practice Spanish in London, not only you can improve your use of the Spanish language, you will also meet native Spanish speakers and people like you who are passionate about Spanish culture and the language.

6 Fun Ways to Practice Spanish in London

1. Attend a Cookery Class

Food is a big deal in the Spanish and Latin culture so why not practice your Spanish whilst learning to cook like a local.

Cookery School offers a one-day class where you'll learn to cook authentic Spanish food such as a variety of tapas, a traditional paella and regional desserts.

With Try My Kitchen, you can spend 1.5 hours practising your Spanish whilst making tapas. They also offer classes where you can learn to prepare paella as well as Spanish cookery classes that can take place in the comfort of your own home.

2. Eat Out

Of course, you can also enjoy Spanish cuisine without doing any of the hard work.

London is bursting with restaurants and when it comes to Spanish and Latin options, you're spoilt for choice.

You can also indulge in delicious Spanish food at two of London's markets, Borough and Exmouth.

Food festivals can also be great places to try authentic Spanish food and practice your Spanish phrases.

3. Experience Art & Culture

The great thing about learning Spanish is that you can combine it with your other interests.

If you're an art lover, follow the National Portrait Gallery's Spanish Masterpieces trail and if you really want to immerse yourself in the experience, use an audio guide in Spanish.

Cinema goers can attend the London Spanish Film Festival or the Latin American Film Festival.

You should also check the listings of independent cinemas as they regularly show films from around the world.

Theatre fans can see a show at the Cervantes Theatre or the Festival Spanish Theatre.

Spanish Culture and Science in the UK also provides information on the latest events happening across the country.

4. Dance 

Music and dancing are also an important part of the Spanish culture and it provides another fun way for you to practise your Spanish.

In London, you can take classes in anything from flamenco to bachata, capoeira to salsa.

Alternatively, you can skip the formality of classes and simply go along to a latin club or bar to practice your best moves - and Spanish of course!

If you're a fan of dance, but prefer to watch it, then you might be interested in the Flamenco Festival at Sadler's Wells this month.

5. Go For a Walk

Be a tourist for the day with a free walking tour of London - but with a Spanish guide.

There are lots of companies offering free walking tours so simply do a Google search of "free Spanish tours in London".

Have a look at which companies offer Spanish guides and then choose the company who follows a route that appeals to you.

6. Take a Friendly Spanish course

Our Beginners Semi-Intensive Spanish course helps you to learn Spanish in a fast-paced, yet fun way.

This course is the perfect accompaniment to the activities listed above as we aim to get you communicating simply but effectively in a wide range of day-to-day situations.

As you can see with these 6 fun ways to practice Spanish in London, it is possible to learn the language and immerse yourself in the culture without ever boarding a plane!

 

Written by Leanne Lindsey, a member of the Friendly Spanish team

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