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Mallorca-Style Breakfast and Spanish Language Workshop

A good meal needs good conversation. And if we’re going to have that meal in Spain, that means our conversation should be in Spanish, right? Don’t worry, this isn’t your typical Spanish lesson — we’re going to skip the classroom and dig into a Mallorca-style breakfast while we learn the local language.

A good meal needs good conversation. And if we’re going to have that meal in Spain, that means our conversation should be in Spanish, right? Don’t worry, this isn’t your typical Spanish lesson — we’re going to skip the classroom and dig into a Mallorca-style breakfast while we learn the local language.

A good meal needs good conversation. And if we’re going to have that meal in Spain, that means our conversation should be in Spanish, right? Don’t worry, this isn’t your typical Spanish lesson — we’re going to skip the classroom and dig into a Mallorca-style breakfast while we learn the local language.

This Mallorca tour is an adventure in language, culture, and food (all the things we love about travel, really). Instead of sitting in a stuffy classroom, we’re going to practice our Spanish skills over a hearty breakfast on the island of Mallorca. We’ll gain a better understanding for how the Spanish language influences how locals think and live. Find out the difference between uro and ido, and learn when it’s the right time to let your Batuadell or Cagondell phrases fly.

We’ll meet at the Saint Francisco Church, then walk to a historic bar in the city centre. How old is this bar? Well, locals have loved this place since the 1700s. The bar feels almost magical inside, and is a pleasure year-round — in the summer, locals come to enjoy ice cream or horchata, while winter visitors order up hot chocolate and ensaimada cakes. 

In this cosy spot, we’ll enjoy a cultural breakfast and share some key Spanish words that will help you to better understand the local culture and lifestyle. The experience will be very informal and interactive — more like a conversation with friends than a lesson. We’ll share cultural stories and you’ll walk away knowing the good, the bad, and everything in between about Mallorca and Mallorcan culture! 

You may fear that you won’t learn much in such a short experience, but don’t worry, we’ll help you to keep practicing at home, too. After our session, we’ll bid adeu (not adios) and you’ll get your own Spanish book that you can bring home with you as a souvenir.