Seeing at it is something that's been up in coversation a lot at the moment, I thought I would share with you all some of the good tips.
First off is this website: http://www.polyglot-learn-language.com/
I am a VIP Member on this site and the admin for Newcastle upon Tyne and Sunderland. Through this site, I have experienced more than 40 languages, including tutoring English to students as far as Vietnam, Thailand, Malaysia, Japan, China and South Korea.
Because of the number of students within Europe too, you experience a lot more languages close to the UK.
All together, I speak Spanish - fluently, French - intermediately, then basic speaking of German, Portuguese, Russian, Chinese, Korean, Japanese, Swedish, Icelandic, Lithuanian, Dutch (Belgium) and Polish.
YouTube is a great welcoming for all who want to start into languages, for some inspiration, I watch this video
of a man who speaks 16 languages.
This man is a member from polyglot who has told me to keep on going!
This is me ...
However i'm not as good as those two.
Other things are to have books/courses to read along to. I have:
Teach Yourself French
Teach Yourself Italian
Teach Yourself Romanian
Teach Yourself Icelandic
Teach Yourself Portuguese
Teach Yourself Polish
Teach Yourself Russian
Berlitz Essential Japanese
BBC Active German
Oxford Russian Dictionary
7 Spanish Dictionaries
Teach Yourself Spanish Grammar
Like I said ... there are loads of options and obstacles, just have a play and go with it!