Lluís el Piadós, 9 Barcelona
Located in El Born near the Arc de Triomf, Dinamo Academy is a smaller school with a lot of charm and some of the most affordable rates in town. Dinamo offers both part-time and intensive courses. Part-time classes meet twice a week and cost €90 a month, while intensive classes meet for two hours Monday-Thursday and cost €200 a month. Dinamo does not charge an enrollment fee and there are no costs for books or materials. In order to enroll, make an appointment via email or phone to meet at the school and take a short verbal test to gauge the right placement for your level of proficiency.
The school itself is very chic, with stripped back styling and vintage blackboards. They can even help you get your NIE number if you plan on staying in the city for an extended period of time.
Monday-Thursday 11:00-14:00; 16:00-19:00. Friday 11:00-14:00
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