Instituto Cervantes London

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Alternative Name Spanish Institute (formerly) Spanish Cultural Centre Library of the Spanish Institute
Description A worldwide, non-profit-making institution for the teaching of Spanish and the promotion of the Hispanic culture abroad
Address 102 Eaton Square
Telephone 020 7235 0353
Fax 020 7235 0329
Hours Opening times:

Tuesday to Friday: 10:00-18:00
Saturday 10:00-14:00

Monday & Sunday: closed
Services The promotion of Spanish language and culture abroad in the shape of plays, exhibitions, art, language courses, theatre, music and literature.
Languages Spanish
Transport Tube: Sloane Square (Circle & District), Victoria (Circle, District, Victoria), Hyde Park (Piccadilly).
Buses: 9, 10, 14, 19, 22, 52, 74, 137, C1.
Products General language courses
Fees Library: students of the Institute: free General public: £30 per annum Concessions:£20 per annum
Notes The library of the Instituto Cervantes houses a collection of books, periodicals, videos, slides, tapes, CD's and CD-ROM's specialising entirely in Spain and Latin America.
Students of the Institute and members of public are entitled to borrow up to eight items for a maximum of 14 days. Items can be renewed over the phone twice before return (except films)
Database searching, inter-library loans from any Spanish library, photocopy service, research assistance and databases on CD-ROM.
Last Updated 02 June 2016
Are there priority parking places on-site for people with disabilities? - No
Are there on-street, disabled badge parking places nearby (less than about 100 metres/yards away?) - No
Is there a set down point for easy access to the building nearby (less than 100 metres/yards away?) - No
Is there a train/underground station nearby(less than 100 metres/yards away?) - Yes - Victoria and Sloane Square
From the nearest train/underground station, will people encounter obstacles? - Yes - steps
Is there a bus stop less than 100 metres away? - Yes - 9,10,14,19,22,52,74,137
From the nearest bus stop, will people encounter obstacles? - Yes - steps
Are the building doors automatic? - No
Is the building fully wheelchair accessible? - No - steps to the entrance
Are the toilets accessible? - No
Is free access to a plug point for charging electric wheelchairs available? - No
Are guide dogs and hearing dogs welcome? - Yes
Is there a loop system for people with hearing loss? - Yes
Are there plans for emergency evacuation which cover people with disabilities? - No

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