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Learn Spanish in Lima: Accommodation

Students can choose to stay in either local private households with local hosts or in shared apartments, living with Peruvians or other language students. Lima, whilst the capital city of Peru, is a small city and so daily commutes whilst likely, are not long. Students should expect travel times of 15 to 30 minutes each way.

Peruvian hosts /Private households

  • Open to 18 yrs + age group
  • Single room accommodation
  • Half-board (breakfast and evening meal)
  • Bed linen and towels are included (and changed once a week)

Accommodation with local Peruvian hosts with half-board (breakfast and evening meal). The hosts are usually middle to upper-middle class people on a Latin American scale and each host is inspected by the college accommodation officer.

Shared apartments

  • Open to 18 yrs + age group
  • Single room accommodation
  • Shared room on request
  • Self-catering
  • Bed linen and towels are included

Students can rent a room in an apartment, sharing with other language students or in some cases with local Peruvian students.  You are welcome to specify your preference for sharing, but it will depend on room availability at the time your course takes places, so no guarantees on this matter can be offered.

Students self cater and a towel and bed linen is provided.
The apartments generally have WiFi and cable TV.
Students can rent either a single or a shared room.  If you choose a shared room, but no room mate can be allocated by the college, you will still be charged the shared room rate, on the understanding that once a room mate is found, they will move in with you.

Travel

Arrive: Sunday PM
Depart: Saturday AM

We recommend students fly to Lima’s International airport (LIM) and then take the transfer service provided by the Spanish School transfer to your accommodation (especially if you are a beginner or if this is your first time in Latin America).

Jorge Chávez Lima-Callao International airport is located just 10 miles north west of central Lima. There are regular buses into the city, but these can take up to 2 hrs, so a transfer or taxi option is recommended.  Taxis’ will take 30 to 60 minutes, depending on traffic conditions.

You can fly to Lima with:
British Airways, Iberia, American Airlines,
LAN and Star Peru

Journey time from London : Approx 17 hours (not direct, via Miami or Madrid)

We recommend students fly to Lima and then take the transfer service provided by the college to your accommodation.