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As the capital city of Spain, Madrid is a beautiful and lively city that has a range of different activities and places to see. MADbudget offers some insider’s guides to the lifestyle of Madrid and essential information for anyone planning a visit to the city.

MADRID, SPAIN. There are many ways to improve your Spanish in Madrid. The best options are those accredited by the Instituto Cervantes.

Spanish classes are available at institutions including La Aventura Española, Academia InhispaniaInternational House and Don Quijote. Prices range from 60€ per week (4 hours per week) to 140€ per week (20 hours per week) depending on the chosen packages which can range from weekend Spanish classes, intensive Spanish courses and evening Spanish classes. Online Spanish classes are also available from these institutions. A private tutor can also be hired for Spanish lessons. These can cost from 30€ euros. Alternatively, you can advertise for a private Spanish tutor who can be hired for one hour lessons. These can cost from 15/16€.

You are likely to get a lot of responses for intercambios and it is a great way to make friends in Madrid.

If you do intend to use this method it is safer to meet the private tutor in a café, or somewhere you are familiar with during the day time. Intercambios, language exchanges, are also another option where you can speak in English for 30 minutes and in Spanish for 30 minutes. This is a great way to practise your language skills for free and meet people from all over the world. Many of these intercambios occur throughout the week in the evening. Besides bars, one of the more popular places for intercambios is J & J Books and Coffee. Whether well-versed in the language, or learning it from scratch, Madrid offers visitors many opportunities to learn Spanish.