Worth it to go back to Guatemala or try to find a program in spain?

I have done 6 weeks in Xela and it did wonders for my Spanish. I just spent 10 days in Spain(Sevilla) and although my Spanish had greatly improved from my last trip, the accent really affected my communication. Would it be worth it to spend maybe 3-4 months in Guatemala or try to find a program in Spain to get the accent down. The goal is to live in Spain permanently as my job would require me to be fluent in Spanish. I am at a B1 level. I known I can learn a lot in Xela but the Spanish does differ in a lot of ways.

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  1. Clare says:

    Although there are brilliant spanish schools in Guatemala, it does depend to a large extent on how good your teacher is…. We have had mixed experiences with tutors in Guatemala (two good, one awful) and Cuba (both awful) Fernando and Merche are great teachers, and if it is a Spanish accent rather than a Latin American accent you feel you need, then working with Fernando and Merche would be a good option – We had a great beginner course with Fernando

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