Se Habla...La Paz will design focused programs for
legal, medical or general study groups
in this City of Roses , a favorite site for hosting large groups.
Please contact us if you are thinking of organizing a program
for a specialized group to study and enjoy this magnificent city.
Is your specialty other than what are listed above?
Contact us and let's see what's possible.
"Se Habla... La Cultura "
"The City of Roses " is the second largest city in Mexico , located in the state of Jalisco in the central portion of Mexico . The city is thought of as the 'most Mexican' of cities; Guadalajarans, or Tapatíos, and visitors all appreciate Guadalajara for its mild, spring like sunshine, its foods and music and its historic monuments, buildings, art and culture. The word Guadalajara comes from the Arabic wad al hadjarah "river of stones" as the city sits in the Atemajac Valley where human relics date back 10,000 years. The history of this region is filled with civilizations, conquests, colonizations and conflicts ... the study of the area is a study of anthropology over the millenniums and volumes have been written to chronicle its growth and change.
Guadalajara is considered by the US State Department to be a very safe city for foreign travel. Usual and typical precautions are advised for foreign travelers of all ages.
There has been so much written about this city of 5 million people that an incoming student could read and read about all it has to offer ... Guadalajara simply is a grand and magnificent city with absolutely every amenity that large cities offer... restaurants, plazas, cathedrals, Mercado's, galleries, dancing, theatres, and much, so much more!
As a mega metropolitan area, Guadalajara will offer the language student a wealth of possibilities and excitement to push the student to higher levels of communication and comprehension. Just like the language, when taken in manageable sections, GDL can be managed and learned by the most beginning or advanced student of all ages.
Our instructors will give information to you about where the 'Tapatios' or native Guadalajarans like to eat, shop and enjoy their culture ... a peek into the city that other organizations cannot provide ... tell us what you would like to experience!