With so many Spanish speaking countries in the world, taking Spanish classes in Salt Lake City is a great idea to get more familiar with the language so that you can travel to any one of them that interest you. Whether you’re traveling to a Spanish speaking country for the first time or are looking for your next great adventure, these are some of the top options to consider, and we can help you learn their local dialects and prepare for your trip at any time.
Spain is one of the most beautiful countries in Europe and of course Spanish is the official language, and there are 17 autonomous regions in the country, each with its own unique culture, geography, and history to explore. You’ll find diverse cuisine in the country and some amazing natural attractions to explore, as well as gorgeous beaches, castles, cathedrals, art and so much more to explore in the country.
Argentina is a very large South American country with a very diverse geography that includes the famous Pampas grasslands where Argentine beef hails from, glacial lakes, and the incredible Andes mountains. Argentina offers incredible wine tasting opportunities and a host of culture and things to do in Buenos Aires. Aconcagua is the tallest mountain outside of Asia and located in the Mendoza province of Argentina, along with a number of large nearby glacier systems. The country has some of the best skiing in South America, and you’ll find some great opportunities to see futbol games.
Columbia is located on the other end of South America at the northern tip and offers a distinct culture. Although there were travel advisories in the past due to violence, there are now several safer parts of the country that can be visited after following some basic precautions. It has a diverse geography that includes the Andes mountains and rainforests. Many parts of the soil of Columbia are suitable for coffee growing, making it a world leader in coffee production and one of the best places on the planet to enjoy truly delicious coffee.
Mexico is known for its beautiful and diverse array of beaches along with just as diverse of a geography as many of the other countries mentioned here, including deserts, jungles and mountains. The country is home to several ancient ruins, including Mayan cities and Spanish colonial towns. Mexico City is vast and offers plenty of amenities that are similar to what you would find in any other major city.
Peru is known for its unique cuisine including delicious a combination of local Incan cuisine combined with influences from Europe, Asia and West Africa. Peru is very multicultural and offers just as much diversity in its terrain, with habitats that range from deserts to rainforest to mountains and more. As the US dollar remains strong against the Peruvian currency, it remains one of the least expensive South American countries to travel to and a great choice to see some beautiful geography and enjoy unique cuisine.
Be sure to inquire about our Spanish classes in Salt Lake City before visiting any of these countries.