- General course
- Intensive course
- Business course
- Exam preparation
- Akademic course
- Summer course
About this language school
Situated within a charming Spanish colonial building in the heart of Cusco's historic center, complete with a tranquil patio and a beautiful fountain, you'll find the ACUPARI Language School. Cusco's unique blend of colonial and Inca architecture, ancient traditions, and the coexistence of indigenous, colonial, and modern influences create an atmosphere that is palpable and visible. Amidst this diversity, our language school offers Spanish, German, and Quechua courses, providing a space for intercultural encounters and fostering mutual understanding.
We are proud to be recommended by the German Embassy in Lima and the Federal Foreign Office of Germany. ACUPARI is licensed by the Goethe-Institut for language examinations and maintains a close partnership with them. Additionally, we are a member of the TANDEM International school network.
Our management team includes honorary consuls of Germany and Austria in Cusco, who bring their extensive experience in consular matters and international cooperation, ensuring that we provide competent support and guidance to our students.
Over the course of 28 years, ACUPARI has warmly welcomed numerous international visitors, delegations, Spanish language students, and interns, who have had unforgettable experiences with us in Cusco. It is not uncommon for promises of
see you again soon or
I'll come back to become a reality years later, testament to the lasting impact of our language school and the connections made within our community.
Calle San Agustin 307
Maximum number of students: 50
School website: ACUPARI
About the location
Cusco, located in Peru, is a captivating city nestled in the heart of the Andes Mountains. Known as the historic capital of the Inca Empire, Cusco is a treasure trove of ancient ruins, rich cultural heritage, and breathtaking natural landscapes. The city's well-preserved architecture reflects a blend of Inca and Spanish colonial influences, creating a unique and enchanting atmosphere. Visitors can explore the magnificent ruins of Machu Picchu, a UNESCO World Heritage site and one of the New Seven Wonders of the World. The vibrant streets of Cusco are lined with colorful markets, artisan shops, and bustling squares, where visitors can immerse themselves in the local culture and indulge in traditional Peruvian cuisine. The city also serves as a gateway to the Sacred Valley, where picturesque villages, terraced fields, and archaeological sites await exploration. Whether hiking the Inca Trail, visiting ancient temples, or simply strolling through its charming streets, Cusco offers an unforgettable experience that showcases the splendor of Peru's rich history and natural beauty.