Language holidays

French is the most romantic language – so why not learn French in France?

Many travellers think knowing the local language of their destinations gives their holiday a boost, but this doesn’t always motivate them to learn one. More than three quarters of Australian holiday makers say being equipped with the local tongue is key, but only 64 per cent have bothered to learn, […]

by November 2, 2008 Language holidays, Travel news

My time studying Spanish in Peru, South America…

Lindsay Hatzenbuehler kindly wrote this article for our blog to give others an insight into studying Spanish in Cusco in Peru. Lindsay was lucky enough to get out of the classroom to practice her Spanish in a local hospital and with local children giving her a unique language holiday experience. “Each […]

Serious about your kids learning the lingo?

If you find it difficult to get your offspring to do their language homework then why not take them on a holiday language course with GoLearnTo.com to inject some passion for languages into your loved ones. www.GoLearnTo.com featured in Katy Holland’s article in The Independent on Sunday on the 5 October promoting […]

Why take a language holiday course?

Why take a language holiday course?

Native English speakers are not exactly known for their linguistic skills – everyone speaks English right? Throw away your visions of stuffy classrooms and verb tables; language holidays are fun and leave plenty of time to relax and will inspire you to discover more about the country you are holidaying in. […]

by October 3, 2008 Language holidays

How to make travel look good on your CV

Most businesses need experienced people who understand other cultures, have a strong desire to learn, are highly motivated, speak another language and are independent.  You might be considering taking some time out to travel before looking for your next job but if you use your time out wisely you could be looking at a much stronger […]

by August 7, 2008 Language holidays, Travel advice
Russia

Russia

I first visited Russia when I was just 17, for £199, I got to visit Moscow, Murmansk and Lenningrad as it was then. I saw Russia during communist times and as a 17 year old from a quite village in the East of England that was really something. Russia today is now a very […]

by July 21, 2008 Destinations, Language holidays
Quick Guide to Choosing a Language School

Quick Guide to Choosing a Language School

If you are considering taking a language course overseas… use this quick guide to choosing the right language school for you: 1. Check the group size Some schools can appear very reasonably priced but this is typically because the group sizes are larger meaning you’ll get a lot less out of […]

by July 14, 2008 Language holidays, Singles holidays

Forget Brain Training – Take a Spanish Master Class instead

“If only I could speak Spanish I would consider living in Spain” “We had a great holiday in Spain but if we could have spoken more to the local people it would have been so much better” “I would love to learn Spanish and about Spanish culture, but language schools […]

by July 3, 2008 Language holidays
Learn Spanish & indulge your passion for horse riding

Learn Spanish & indulge your passion for horse riding

A friend of mine has two passions in life: 1. Spain and all things Spanish 2. Horses (especially Andalucian ones) Our new Spanish & Horseriding holiday course is perfect for her as it combines Spanish language lessons in the morning with your afternoons and early evenings spent trekking in the stunning […]

by July 3, 2008 Language holidays, Sports holidays

Malaga, Candidate City for European Capital of Culture 2016

In 2001 Malaga became the number 1 destination in Spain for students studying Spanish as a foreign language! The Sur newspaper greeted the news with the following words: “Malaga welcomes 1 in every 3 overseas student coming to Spain to study Spanish” (El Diario Sur: 26 August 2001) Malaga was […]

by June 26, 2008 Destinations, Language holidays
Buen Provecho –  finger licking good

Buen Provecho – finger licking good

As well as being one of the world’s top destinations for traditional tourism, Spain also attracts many people interested in its language and culture, of which its cuisine forms an integral part.   Andalucia is one of the world’s leading producers of olive oil. If you drive inland from Malaga […]

by June 24, 2008 Language holidays
How to decide what Language level you are…

How to decide what Language level you are…

To decide which level you are at, read our short guide to language levels below: Complete Beginner – You have no prior knowledge of or experience with the language, or you haven’t studied the language within the last couple of years. Beginner – You have a basic understanding of a few […]

by June 12, 2008 Language holidays
Calling all French A Level students – Revise in Paris!

Calling all French A Level students – Revise in Paris!

Spend your Summer holiday in Paris on a French A Level Revision Course. Our brand new A-Level revision course in Paris is aimed at those who are facing their A or A2 level exams and who want to go beyond just learning to speak the language by immersing themselves in French culture to […]

by June 4, 2008 Language holidays
Sample the essence of Italian Style and Culture…

Sample the essence of Italian Style and Culture…

In need of some inspiration? Want to capture the essence of Italian style for yourself?  Then why not consider an Italian language, spa and shopping trip for your next holiday. Away from the pressure of the 9-5, do something for you and indulge yourself on this unique long weekend course […]

by April 22, 2008 Language holidays, Singles holidays
The food fight of your life…

The food fight of your life…

On the last Wednesday of August, at the peak of tomato season, up to 40,000 people will make their way to Buñol, a small town 25 km west of Valencia for the biggest food fight of their life. Things start Spanish style with a ham on top of a greasy […]

by April 21, 2008 Language holidays, Travel news