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Category Archives: Leisure time

Leisure Time

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Spanish Language School

Caribbean nights are waiting for you.


Outside of class, the school’s secretary works nonstop to keep students on top of all of the social and cultural events which the city has to offer, including many activities which students can participate in for free. Upon request, for example, courses in Latin-American Dance or Creole cooking can be arranged, while several pre-organized and impromptu class trips complete a travel study experience which will surely be unforgettable. The famous allure of Caribbean nights, between salsa and merengue, cuba libres and piña coladas, friendship and adventure, are all waiting for you, and you’ll never be faced with the hated question: “What should we do tonight?”.



Among other delights, “Boca Chica,” one of the island’s most famous beaches, is just 30 minutes away from the city by public transportation. In addition, many other special requests for activities not included in our normal program can be organized through our school’s secretary.

School Activities

The Academy organizes a large variety of cultural and leisure activities on a regular basis: Every night different activities are proposed to the entire group.

Here is just an example:



Week Day Morning Afternoon Evening

Arriving day – free

Arriving day – free

Flamenco dance show
Monday Grammar
8.30-10.30  Conversation
Free time

Don Pincho,
Tacos del Sol,

Onnos Bar ……
all in one night

Tuesday Grammar
8.30-10.30  Conversation
Free time Cinema
or something else
Wednesday Grammar
8.30-10.30  Conversation
Cultural excursion

Street sandwich and
Gambling Casino

Thursday Grammar
8.30-10.30  Conversation

Take a bottle dinner/party organized by the school with special recipes

Friday Grammar
8.30-10.30  Conversation

Tour time:
Discover the island
leaving at 13.00

Tour activities
Saturday Tour activities Tour activities Tour activities
Sunday Tour activities Tour activities Return to the city and dinner

No extra charge for free time activities: only entrance or transportation.

Every weekend we inform the students about a 1 or 2 day excursions like Night Tours, Samana Bay, Jeep Safari, Lago Enriquillo (lake with Crocodiles), Rio San Juan (boat excursion) and the mysterious Cri-Cri Lagoon, etc.. Information can be obtained at the Academy.

Information and excursions

 The School Secretary is available for all types of information. We are able to organize every kind of activity and excursion directly or trough our travel agency.

Santo Domingo is full of local sites of leisure and entertainment, and a large variety is to be found nearby the Colonial Zone.

Sports facilities

During the stay students may wish to practice their favorite sport or learn a new one. Our written guide for all sporting activities helps students to organize their free time, and the office can also help with the organization of sporting activities.

Cultural and shopping facilities

Our written guide reports all the cultural events of the month and has a complete directory of shopping centers that helps students program their free time, or they can choose to ask particular questions of the secretary.

Every month we update all the information about sports, cultural, leisure and shopping facilities: Student will remember their stay in Dominican Republic, not solely on account of the language course…