Instituto Cervantes Manchester, 326/330 Deansgate, Campfield Avenue Arcade, Manchester, M3 4FN – Visit Now
The original Instituto Cervantes was founded by the Spanish government in 1991 to universally promote the Spanish language, through teaching, study and use. It also aims to increase visibility of Spanish culture throughout the Spanish speaking and Hispanic-American world. The central head office of the institution is located in Madrid in birthplace of the writer Miguel de Cervantes.
The Manchester Instituto Cervantes is just one of 87 centres located across 45 countries and is committed to the study, use and teaching of the Spanish language as well as the sharing of culture.