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Private San Miguel de Allende Walking Tour
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Private San Miguel de Allende Walking Tour

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Walking through the historic district of San Miguel de Allende is a great way to discover this town’s beautiful hidden enclaves and must-see attractions alike. This private San Miguel walking tour introduces you to the city’s charms with unparalleled personal attention. Chat with your guide about everyday life in the city and ask unlimited questions as you head to top sights such as the central square, important churches, and historical monuments.
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seg52willow wrote a review Jan 2
Massachusetts3 contributions
Recently I took a 4-week beginner course at AHA and it was wonderful. As a beginner student my teacher, Javier, was patient and kind with me. He taught with a lovely mix of grammatical rules, vocabulary and conversational Spanish particular to Mexico. He was generous with his insights into life in SMA and provided many practical tips for improving my Spanish. The school itself is lovely. Set in an older hacienda you are learning amidst a flower filled courtyard, and only steps away from central SMA. The school registrar, Jorge Reyes was most helpful. Pre-trip he answered all my questions, and once I was in SMA he was very helpful with local recommendations, things to do, etc. Every morning I was met with smiles, laughs and patience as I tried to learn a new language. AHA was wonderful. I would recommend it to anyone.
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Date of experience: November 2020
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Ann C wrote a review Apr 2020
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I spent the month of January 2020 at AHA in an intensive Spanish immersion program staying with a San Miguel family. It was a great experience. I had just retired and wanted to get a jump start on speaking Spanish as several of my grandchildren will be Spanish speaking. It was a marvelous experience and Jorge, the registrar, worked with each student to ensure that we were in the right class level. The weekend excursions organized through AHA were lots of fun as well as educational. Don’t forget to sign up for the Friday cooking classes.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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TX4Traveling wrote a review Mar 2020
San Miguel de Allende, Mexico78 contributions31 helpful votes
I have been in San Miguel de Allende (SMA) for just over a year and have studied immersion Spanish at the Academia Hispano Americana (AHA) off and on for five months - mostly three hours daily though for two months I studied four hours a day to add conversation and grammar (you can also add pronunciation, folkloric dancing or afternoon seminars on history or the culture). A new language is hard work, but working with the teachers, and through some personal study, I am proud to have achieved Level 4 and even more proud to be able to have conversations in Spanish with my neighbors and service people and friends. And speaking of friends, I made some great friends at AHA and the staff feels like family. It's a great place to learn and have fun! If you are willing to work at it, the teachers at AHA will work with you to make you successful.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Response from AcademiaHA, Manager at Academia Hispano Americana
Responded Mar 4, 2020
Thank you very much for your good comments.
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Hayden K wrote a review Aug 2019
Petaluma, California6 contributions1 helpful vote
Nice Spanish school in downtown area of city. I attended classes their for six months and received a diploma for "Spanish as a second language." Great teaching staff in a really cool old building. Neat selection of language classes covering grammar, conversation and pronunciation as well as cultural classes covering singing, folk-dance, Mexican Cuisine, Mexican history and Latin-American literature (all in Spanish). You can sign up for as little as one week, or as many as six months. Pretty reasonably priced. Can take as little as 3 hours of classes a day (generally in the morning), or as many as 6-7. Administrative staff is also fluent in English and can answer any questions easily (ask for Jorge).
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Date of experience: January 2019
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Dawn M wrote a review Aug 2019
Plano, Texas92 contributions38 helpful votes
My high school age daughter and I spent four weeks at AHA learning Spanish. It was a marvelous experience. I was in the beginners class while she was in a more advanced class. The teachers all speak only Spanish in the classrooms which creates a rich environment to learn vocabulary contextually. I loved that we had students from various countries (Russia, US, and Canada) and that were various ages (15-79). The physical environment at AHA is so beautiful, with a central courtyard full of ferns, airplane plants and bougainvillaea climbing the 300 year old walls. All of the teachers were friendly, kind, and eager to help us learn. They all had a sense of humor, which was so important in making the learning environment comfortable. Jorge was the maestro for our pronunciation class. We started out the classes stretching our tongues and mouths, then practicing the proper pronciation of the letter "R". We had some gringos and gringas in the class that really struggled with that so it was always entertaining and a lot of laughter. The school is conveniently located in el Centro and is walking distance from the Parroquia and el Jardin. After classes, we would go to lunch or the Mercado where we would practice the language. If you have ever considered a Spanish language immersion experience, this is the place to do it. I highly recommend AHA!
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Date of experience: July 2019
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