Tertulias, group conversations with a theme at Spanish courses Altea

Tertulia, is a type of Spanish literary salon that was popular in Spain from at least the 17th century and that eventually replaced the more formal academies. Tertulias were held in private homes at first, but from the early 19th century they met in clubs and cafés. Some well-known tertulias were described in novels and memoirs of the participants. The popularity of tertulias continued well into the 20th century.

To recreate these kind of Tertulias and immerse in the essence of the concept, students are required to have a high level of Spanish to be able to express very fluently and understand and be understood in a variety of different subjects as in these classes the student really needs to domain the language and be able talk about every aspect of life. It is preferable to have a B2, C1 or C2 levels to join these lessons.