Language holidays

Learn Italian – RHS competition winner of a holiday to Italy

We would like to congratulate Kerry on winning an Italian language course in Italy! GoLearnTo.com partnered with the Royal Horticultural Society and travel advice and reviews site for the over 50’s Silver Travel Advisor to give this brilliant opportunity to win a one week holiday in Sorrento worth £420. Kerry […]

by December 20, 2011 Language holidays
Learn Russian – First things you need to know

Learn Russian – First things you need to know

Fancy challenges? Like learning something new and unusual? Why not learn a bit of Russian, one of the most difficult languages for an English-speaker to master. Besides, nowadays Russian is becoming a quite useful language to know with all that economic development of the post-soviet states. Did you know that […]

by November 28, 2011 Language holidays, Travel advice
Katys Spanish course – construction

Katys Spanish course – construction

For my Spanish lesson today, it’s all about construction, if you are moving to Spain and need to deal with local builders, here’s a few handy verbs to get you started… 1. Construir: To build 2. Pintar: To paint 3. Alicatar: To tile 4. Enyesar: To plaster 5. Cementar: To cement […]

by August 16, 2011 Language holidays, Travel advice
Stylist magazine reveals the secret art of learning a language with GoLearnTo.com

Stylist magazine reveals the secret art of learning a language with GoLearnTo.com

GoLearnTo.com recently featured in the Stylist magazine in its feature on learning a language – “Order this abroad (without sounding like a tourist!)”.  GoLearnTo language courses are the perfect solution for busy people who really wish they could speak a second or third language but want to avoid the rigid, week-in-week-out tuition […]

by July 7, 2011 GoLearnTo in the press, Language holidays
A summer in Sorrento – Learn Italian

A summer in Sorrento – Learn Italian

Thinking of studying Italian this summer? Why not make the most of Sorrento’s fantastic location, laid-back southern Italian charm and outstanding views. Perched high on the cliffs Sorrento gazes out directly across the sea, a view stretching from the Bay of Naples all the way to Mt Vesuvius. The local […]

GoLearnTo features in Emerald Street

GoLearnTo features in Emerald Street

GoLearnTo.com features today in the Stylist magazine’s online daily ‘Emerald Street’ with it’s inspiring ‘something new’ holidays. EVER JUST WANTED THE SPACE TO THINK ABOUT SOMETHING NEW? We’re constantly interrupted and asked to keep several thousand plates spinning at once, so devoting two weeks to learning about just one topic […]

Kirstys Flamenco Spanish in Seville

Kirstys Flamenco Spanish in Seville

Hot on my return from my Spanish language and Flamenco course in sunny Seville and in celebration of our new Compas and Palmas Course at our wonderful Flamenco school set in the heart of Seville’s Flamenco district here is a little glossary of some useful Flamenco terms that will help […]

by March 8, 2011 Creative holidays, Language holidays
An insider’s guide to Santiago

An insider’s guide to Santiago

Back in the “old” days where the Lonely Planet used to be the insider guide to the backroads and hidden places for backpacker and adventurous tourists, it was easy to discover genuine places unspoilt by mass-tourism. Nowadays travelers have to do some serious research in order not to find themselves […]

by December 29, 2010 Language holidays
Katy’s Christmas and New Year Spanish phrases to help you learn Spanish

Katy’s Christmas and New Year Spanish phrases to help you learn Spanish

In Spain and Latin America, the Christmas build up is already in full swing. Here are a few Spanish phrases and traditions to get you in the festive spirit: el Gordo – massive Christmas lottery which takes place on 22nd December, almost everyone buys a ticket. The results are sang […]

by December 10, 2010 Language holidays, Travel advice
Katys Spanish phrases – Learn Spanish

Katys Spanish phrases – Learn Spanish

It’s that time of year when everyone starts sniffling and sneezing and feels a bit under the weather. Don’t let that stop your Spanish learning! Here’s some Spanish phrases for health and wellbeing: Estar pachucho (*) – to be poorly. (lit:- To be overripe) Estar achacoso (*) – to suffer […]

by December 3, 2010 Language holidays, Travel advice