Since the 1960s, foreigners have been heading to Cuernavaca to learn Spanish and experience Mexican culture. Despite its bad press during the past few years, it is still a safe, quiet and relaxing place to learn Spanish in Mexico. Only an hour outside of Mexico City, Cuernavaca offers the benefit of lots of cultural activities, both within the town and outside. Here are the city’s best schools.
The Anders school differentiates itself from the above options by offering a residence stay on-site at the language school in Cuernavaca. The residences have all the amenities of a hotel – private rooms, an on-site cook, free drinks 24/7 and even a swimming pool – while at the same time allowing you to mingle with other students and staff on-site. It also offers programs geared towards cultural interaction; it has a Spanish and golf program, a Spanish and gastronomy program, and a Spanish and culture program. This school focuses on adult and business students, not families or kids.