Oropeza, Bolivar 490, Sucre, Bolivia
+591 4 6427085
Latino Schools in Sucre
Latino Schools is located in the heart of Sucre, one block away from the city center (Plaza Central 25 de Mayo) and within close proximity to virtually everything of interest within the city. Classes are held in a 2 story building with fourteen classrooms, kitchen, communal room for videos etc., interior patio, a small area to get a sun tan, entertainment room and the beautiful cafeteria “El Café Quito”.
Capacity: 40 students. Participants are about 50% from Europe and 50% from North America.
Address: Calle Bolívar, 490, Sucre – Bolivia (between San Alberto y Calvo).
Postal Address: P.O. BOX. 992
Telephone & Fax: (+591 (0) 4) 6427 085
Cell phones (emergencies outside business hours), +(591) 72877114 (Karina Medinaceli o Moisés Guereca)
Our Sucre Spanish school provides a special area full of services for their students: Full time bilingual secretary, computers and printer, internet access, fax machine, study and work area.
Access to Internet / email
Latino Schools is 100% wireless and students can take advantage of this wonderful WI-FI service. You only need to bring your own laptop and have unlimited internet access for FREE!
There is email / internet service available at the school for a reasonable price ($ 0.50 for 30 minutes) and there are also several reasonably priced internet cafes close to the school and all over the city.
Homestays in Sucre, Bolivia
Accommodation in a host family includes two meals per day (breakfast and lunch), a private room and laundry service once a week.
As part of the language program, we offer two to three organized activities every week. In addition, you find a daily schedule of cultural events in Sucre and surrounding areas, locations of theaters, museums, festivals etc. Activities include visits to local areas of interest, dance classes, cooking classes, parties and fiestas, Spanish videos and movies, seminars and group discussions.
Just a few examples of excursions are:
La Florida and Glorieta Castle
Tarabuco Indigenous Market
City tour by night
…and many, many more!!
Please Note: You are responsible for your own “out-of-pocket” expenses (bus fare, entrance fees, etc.)
Student nationalities: About 50% are Europeans and 50% North Americans. A particular pleasure for many of our students is the opportunity to meet others from all over the world. To date, Latino Schools has hosted students from the United States, Canada, Germany, Switzerland, France, Belgium, Holland, Austria, Denmark, the United Kingdom, Ireland, Norway, Sweden, Finland, Iceland, Italy, Poland, Russia, China, Japan, Thailand, Australia, New Zealand, Morocco, Brazil.
Age Group: The majority are independent travelers, professionals and college students, as well as some retirees.