About the school
The first time you walk under the stone arches that give entrance to the don Quijote Salamanca school, you will be filled with the sense and inspiration that can only come from a space built many years before. The interior of the 16th century building has been completely modernized, but some of the old stone walls have been deliberately left exposed, to put students in direct contact with hundreds of years of Spanish history. The classrooms are structured in a circle around the central patio, where students can go outside for a breath of fresh air between classes. There is also a cafeteria where you can try the delicious local cuisine while practicing your Spanish and socializing with other students.