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Where To Find Your Language Exchange in Barcelona! | Beroomers Blog

During your stay in Barcelona, there are a few things you MUST do to make the most out of your experience. And one of them is to learn as much Spanish as possible! Language exchanges (or tandems) are just perfect for this and come in a variety of shapes in sizes ūüėČ

  1. Events Or Meetups in Barcelona

    One of the nicest ways of doing a language exchange in the city is to get together in large groups, where people from different nationalities are present:

    • Informal groups on Meetup.com: check out the group Barcelona Languages & Friends, which organizes regular language exchanges and social events. This group is specially active…but there are many other meetups¬†that are interesting too!
    • Search for Facebook Groups: simply type ‚ÄúLanguage Exchange in Barcelona‚ÄĚ, ‚ÄúIntercambio de Idiomas en Barcelona‚ÄĚ or ‚ÄúTandem Barcelona‚ÄĚ and you‚Äôll find so many groups it will be difficult to choose only one of them! (Quick note: check if the group is still active or not before joining in the conversation).

    Group of friends taking a selfie

    Meetups in Barcelona. Source: Pabak Sarkar (www.flickr.com)

  2. Find A Language Exchange Partner

    If you rather put all your efforts in learning the language, perhaps the best option is to find your perfect language exchange partner. Internet gives you a helping hand again! Have a look at the following websites (just to name a few):

    Another option is to walk around your neighbourhood and check out if the bars nearby organize activities of tandem in Barcelona. This is quite typical in Spanish Erasmus cities: sit down, order a cold beer and talk for as long as you want!

    Terraces in Barcelona

    Language exchange in bars in Barcelona. Source: OK Apartments (www.flickr.com)

    The good thing about trying to get a new language partner is that there are so many people in your same situation that the match is pretty easy;)

  3. Join Activities At Your University

    The International Relations Office at your university will quite likely organize different activities (including language exchange, of course) amongst incoming students. It’s an easy way of getting to know new people, with the advantage that they belong to your same university, which makes it easier to hang around.

    Learning languages at university

    Multicultural university. Source: Francisco Osorio (www.flickr.com)

See? Learning Spanish in Barcelona is easy! We would love to hear about your experiences and answer any questions you may have ūüėČ Just leave your comment below.

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