Hotel Hacienda Vista Hermosa

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

Km 7 Hwy Alpuyeca, Tequesquitengo, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, 62680, Mexico
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Studying Spanish In Cuernavaca,Mexico?

by Laurtor

Has anyone out there participated in the Spanish language immersion program through Universidad Internacional or any other school in Cuernavaca, Mexico? I plan to be there in mid April and would like some feedback about both the city and the schools. Thanks!

Re: Studying Spanish In Cuernavaca,Mexico?

by tobor

No info on spanish language program.But will be in cuernavaca for soccer exchange with my kids team.

Re: Studying Spanish In Cuernavaca,Mexico?

by balesmm

I studied Spanish in Cuernavaca in January at the UNIVERSAL school. I´d recommend it. I don´t know what the price was - it was a part of a study-abroad package for me - but the teachers were excellent. How long are you coming for?

Re: Studying Spanish In Cuernavaca,Mexico?

by MissKarina

I loved the city, very safe and very kind people. I recommend seeing the Diego Rivera murals at Cortes' Palace, checking out the local scene at the Zocalo, and traveling outside of Cuernavaca, most specifically to Tepotzlan and Taxco. Tepotzlan has an amazing hike to ruins and Taxco is a silver town.
Hope it helps,
Karina

Re: Studying Spanish In Cuernavaca,Mexico?

by MissKarina

Oops, I just noticed the date on your inquiry, sorry, most of the stuff I suggested you already know by now!
Karina

Re: Studying Spanish In Cuernavaca,Mexico?

by spanishsi

Cuernavaca is a great city for Spanish language immersion study. There are more than 20 schools in town. Be sure you study at a well established school. There are about 11 that are AIPEC member schools which gives you some assurance of quality.

We work with a program in town since 1977. They have an extensive program of both small group and private classes; a cultural and language integration program; travel study options; Mexican homestays, dorms and more; and weekend excursions. The pricing is reasonable and the teachers have from 15-20+ years of experience. We can put you in touch with former students as well.

Check us out at: www.AventurasED.com.

Hasta pronto.

Charley

RE: Studying Spanish In Cuernavaca,Mexico?

by juliovasquez

i was wondering what your thoughts were on the language program you attended. which one did you go to? did you like it. I'm studying at the universidad internacional this fall. any tips?

Julie

RE: Studying Spanish In Cuernavaca,Mexico?

by castrus

Hello Laurtor how are you?! my name is Enrique and I just move to the US. My family has a little hotel 10 minutes from downtown. I really recomend it, nice presonal service, pools and gardens, rest-bar, feel free to check the webpage www.villalourdes.com, any questions you have please email me to castrus@yahoo.com. Any contacts or ideas that you may have to have more visitors at Villa Lourdes would be just fantastic!!
have fun in Cuernavaca!!!
Enrique

Travel Tips for Cuernavaca

Palacio de Cortes

by leffe3

Standing proudly in the Plaza de Armas, he fomer Palacio de Cortes - now the Museo de Cuauhnahuac - is a 16th century building used as a prision int he 18th century and then the government building in the 19th.

There are some interesting exhibits but the main attraction is the fascinating Diego Rivera mural, highlighting scenes from the Spanish conquest through to the 1910 revolution, emphasising the cruelty, oppresion and violence that characterised Mexican history.

The city of the eternal spring

by Laura_Mexico

"Almost attached to Mexico City...."

Cuernavaca is the capital of the state of Morelos, which is adjacent to Mexico City. So Cuernavaca is roughly 60-70 KM. away from the country's capital and thus is a very popular spot for Mexico City dwellers to spend the weekends, as it has a very nice weather most part of the year. All kinds of plants and flowers grow here due to this wonderful weather, so the whole atmosphere has turned the city into the main spot where people flock (and many have even purchased properties) to spend the weekends and the vacation periods. This may also be due to the fact that this town is half way between Mexico City and Acapulco, which is another favorite vacation destination for the local tourists.

For this same reason it has gotten a bit crowded and the city has expanded a big deal, so driving in downtown and even entering & exiting the city has become a hassle. It's not a peaceful place anymore but at least you can relax and lie under the sun AFTER you succeed in getting to your hotel/house.

I've visited this town several times but have only spent 1-2 days at a time there, so I haven't really had the chance to see much of it. However I will try to share my limited knowledge with you!

"Exotic fauna"

You can see a lot of vegetation everywhere in Cuernavaca.... We had a family party at a local garden which was beautifully decorated. Besides the wonderful plants & flowers you could see there, there was also this gorgeous peacock -- which unfortunately never displayed his tail & feathers, but still it was very nice to look at.

City of Eternal Spring

by gkitzmil

"History In Cuernavaca"

In Summer, 2001 I spend two weeks living in Cuernavaca. This was a WONDERFUL Trip.

The city is rich in history.

At the center of town is the Palace of Cortez. Though it has been reconstructed over the years it is a very nice museum now. In addition, it is a wonderful focal point which provides a great view from the Cafe's and bars across from it

"Living in Cuernavaca"

Cuernavaca has a great bus system so we did not need a car. There are many places to visit from the pyramid to markets and shops.

Cuernavaca is also the home of many schools to learn the Spanish language. A great school for adults is run by an American woman, Jeannie, and her Mexican husband and Mexican staff -- Encuentros!

You can read about it at http://www.learnspanishinmexico.com

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 Hotel Hacienda Vista Hermosa

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Address: Km 7 Hwy Alpuyeca, Tequesquitengo, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, 62680, Mexico