Twitter en español

“Tuitear,” “tuit,” “tuiteo” and “tuitero” are all Twitter-related words formally recognized by the Real Academia Española and included in its dictionary. If you are on Twitter or would like to start, there is a wide range of Spanish-language accounts you can follow. In no particular order, here are our favorites. (You can also access these by visiting – or better yet, following – Prof. Martha Davis on Twitter. You can find her at @ProfaDavis.)

El Tiempo Latino

Washington Hispanic

BBC Mundo

The Hispanic Council

Daniel Alarcón (host of NPR’s podcast “Radio Ambulante”)

Lead with Languages (this one isn’t in Spanish, but there are some inspiring stories and informational articles)

Museo Sorrolla

Biblioteca Nacional

Museo del Prado

Real Academia Española

Spain (This one isn’t in Spanish either but it has amazing photos that will make you want to drop everything and travel there!)



Palacio de Bellas Artes (Mexico)

Instituto Cervantes


Jorge Ramos