La Rioja Spanish School

La Rioja, origin of Spanish



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La Rioja Spanish School, the only centre accredited by Instituto Cervantes in La Rioja. Founded in 2015 in Logroño (Spain) is the first school professionally dedicated to the Teaching of Spanish as a Foreign Language (ELE) in the Autonomous Community where the origin of Spanish took place, La Rioja. Here you will find a wide range of courses at all levels that are taught both face-to-face and online.


Our teachers will work to provide a personalised response to your needs. In addition, the school promotes a wide range of activities designed for you to enjoy one of the most culturally, gastronomically and environmentally rich regions of Spain.


Our vision is to offer Spanish courses for foreigners, as well as the creation of a wide educational offer of Spanish language and wine culture courses aimed at becoming an educational reference among a foreign adult public in the Community of La Rioja. Our mission is to be the reference in the private field of Spanish language teaching for foreigners in La Rioja.



Are you coming to La Rioja Spanish School?



Roseanne Chen

"When I arrived I didn't understand any Spanish. From the beginning, they explained to me and little by little I have learned to listen, speak, read and write in Spanish."

Sarah Gucker

"Everything went very well, the teachers helped me a lot with my Spanish. Also, I met a lot of friends from different countries around the world."

Nadia Statsenko

"I have met several different teachers at this school and therefore the classes have also been different. My opinion of this school is that because of the different approach and method of the different teachers, the classes have been more interesting and enriching to study here."

Maureen and David Boxer

"The teachers at the school are good. At the beginning it was a bit difficult to understand the accent, but after the first class it wasn't a problem. We really like the possibility to interact with the teachers at all times, they are very flexible in that sense."

Rozenn Pensec

"The teachers are very friendly and also available by email for everything I need. The classes are very interesting because there are many different levels and with compatible timetables for the Au Pair girls."

"I feel good in this Spanish school. The teachers are professional, patient and friendly. About Spanish classes, the most interesting are the different lessons every day and the exercises to practice grammar, listening and conversation."

Myka Macalalag

Spanish courses in Spain just for you!

Why study in La Rioja?

The people of La Rioja have an open and enormously hospitable character that will be of great help to you in improving your Spanish. Since the Middle Ages, La Rioja has been an important point on the pilgrims' journey to Santiago de Compostela, which has given it a society enriched by plurality.

It is a region with a very important cultural and natural heritage that places it at the forefront of Spain. A region famous worldwide for its wines and wineries, it maintains a great respect for its history and nature.

La Rioja is the birthplace of Castilian. No other known language, with an extension and relevance comparable to Spanish, is associated with such a specific place, and today the Community of La Rioja is a benchmark in its study and promotion.


Logroño, capital of the Autonomous Community of La Rioja, is a medium-sized city located in the northwest of Spain. Its social life revolves around a monumental quarter in the city centre with important civil and religious monuments. The streets Portales and Laurel are also located here, whose international fame is accredited by its more than 65 tapas bars and restaurants, Logroño having been named the gastronomic capital of Spain.

The city of Logroño is a perfect place to study Spanish because of its comfort and lively social life.

San Millán de la Cogolla

At the foot of the Sierra de la Demanda rise the monasteries of San Millán de la Cogolla, Suso and Yuso. With origins dating back to the 6th century, their artistic, historical and linguistic values led them to be declared a World Heritage Site in 1997. Here you have the opportunity to study the origins of the Spanish language.



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