Spanish classes


Our language school offers high quality, personalized, and interactive Spanish lessons, with small class sizes to ensure the most effective learning possible. We focus on improving the language skills of students by means of conversation, comprehension, pronunciation, grammar and reading.

Lock Down in Peru

As in many countries, Peru finds itself in a lock-down situation with closed borders, and for the moment being, only online services are available. Right now you can start online Spanish classes with certified Peruvian teachers. Also Quechua classes are available.

You can still for local services as well. We are flexible with changing starting dates due to changing circumstances in Peru or your country.

Proyecto Peru Teachers

Our teachers are all officially certified by "Spanish Course Unamuno" according the worldwide leading methodology and grammar of the Cervantes Institute.

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profesora Lydha profesora Mirjam profesora Luz profesora Sonia profesora Paula profesora Karina

All teachers:

  • Are native Spanish speaking Peruvians, teaching for many years
  • Use a teaching plan that guarantees a steady progress
  • Take into account the time you have available and your personal goals
  • Check your progress regularly through quizzes
  • Have many tools available to help you improve
  • Go with you on educational trips to musea and markets, to practice what you have learned

When are classes available?

We offer Spanish classes year-round, from Monday-Friday, between 8:00 and 19:00. Group classes normally start on Monday's at 8:30.

How big is the group course?

Group courses are no more than 5 students per teacher maximum. Most groups are smaller. In case there is no group available, we offer individual hours for the same price.

Will I get a certificate for my hours?

Yes! You will get a certificate with your name and the number of hours you completed at the end of your course.

Do I need to bring anything to class?

All study materials are provided and included. You can just bring yourself and a readiness to learn!

Why do we ask you to do a test?

In order to start quickly we like to know your initial level and we also like to group you with students at a similar level.

Proyecto Peru in Cusco


We are located in the historical center of Cusco, there are heaters available in the classrooms and we have free coffee and tea

Can I do classes online?

Yes, we do give Spanish classes online. You can prepare yourself from home starting before your trip to Peru, or just because you want classes from a native Spanish speaking teacher. If you come to Cusco, you can continue your classes with the same teacher.

How do we work?

Students take a short quiz before their class starts in order to test their knowledge and help find a curriculum that is perfect for them and their needs. Our Spanish instructors are all native speakers with many years of experience teaching Spanish. Instructors get to know their students on a personal level. Lessons often reach outside the classroom via field trips to local restaurants, museums, and attractions where students learn about Cuzquena history and culture.

You can also learn Quechua at our school.


Hours per week
Price per week
20 hours
(4 hours/ day)
$ 106 350 Soles
Group lessons are for groups of max 5. Classes run from Monday- Friday, no make-up classes are given. Prices in USD dependent upon current exchange rate in Soles.


Hours per week
Price per week
10 hours
(flexible, minimal 2 hours/ day)
$ 95 314 Soles
20 hours
(4 hours/ day)
$ 180 596 Soles
30 hours
(6 hours/ day)
$ 255 844 Soles


Hours per week
Price per week
15 hours
(3 hours/ day)
$ 162 537 Soles
Options include Medical Spanish, Spanish for Children, Business and Technical Spanish.


6 hours
(1 full day)
$ 54 180 Soles
Only available for one day, dependent upon availability. Includes 1 hour of grammar practice, 3 hours of conversation and verbal communication, and a 2-hour cultural excursion.


1 hour
(plan your hours)
Plan your private class hours flexible and check availability with us.

Promotion: Spanish Course + Accommodation

Improve your Spanish during four amazing weeks in Cusco!

from $995
For all levels from beginner to advanced
  • 4 weeks accommodation at a shared apartment with private room in Cusco
  • In total 80 hours private classes Spanish, 4 hours per day
  • 24/7 support
  • handbook & introduction
  • free social activities every week
  • Go super intensive: 6 hours (120 hours total) individual classes per day instead +$270
  • Practise your Spanish even more: life with a Peruvian Host Family instead, full board, private room +$176
  • Popular Tour Package: Machu Picchu by car, City Tour, Sacred Valley and Titicaca Lake +$273

Why learn Spanish in Peru?

Spanish is the most spoken language in Peru, used by 89% of the population. Peruvians speak their Spanish clear and do not speak as fast as in other Spanish speaking countries. We believe that an important part of cultural immersion is being able to speak the local language. Because we try to engage in the most responsible volunteering possible, we ask most volunteers and interns to study Spanish classes in order to improve their ability to connect with the members of our community.

excursion class

Background history of the Spanish language

Spanish is one of the many languages derived from the Latin language, born after the fall of the Roman Empire. This language has been influenced by many others, such us Greek, Arabic and native languages from the Americas.

The Spanish language emerged after years of invasions in the Iberian Peninsula (Portugal and Spain) throughout the Middle Ages. The Moors from Northern Africa and Visigoths from Central Europe invaded some parts of Spain, but later these parts were later recovered by Christians who spoke Vulgar Latin (non-classical Latin spoken by Roman citizens and soldiers and in the places where the Roman Empire extended its reach).

It is said that modern Spanish was established in the Kingdom of Castille, in the city of Toledo. Now the Castilian Spanish is the most spoken around this country, while other regions speak Basque and Catalan.

Spanish across the Atlantic

The Americas were exposed to this language through Spanish explorers in the 16th and 17th centuries. Nowadays, Spanish in the most spoken language in the Americas, where its speakers now outnumber those in Spain.

Being the second most widely spoken native language in the world (and the fourth most widely spoken overall with around 460 million speakers), the Spanish language is one worth learning.