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
LONDON
SW1W 9AN
Telephone 020 7235 0353
Fax 020 7235 0329
Email cenlon@cervantes.es
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.
Map
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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