Learn Spanish in Buenos Aires
"My beloved Buenos Aires" is one of the most famous Tango songs. Perhaps its secret lies in having everything: culture, architecture, art, music, and non stop nightlife. Together, it all combines to form a fascinating city, worth discovering block by block ("cuadra" as we say here).
Our Spanish language school in Buenos Aires offers a very warm and personal environment in the best neighbourhood of the city: Palermo. You'll feel at home from your first day. Have a look at some photos of our language school and the city.
The city of Buenos Aires is South America’s most cosmopolitan city. Its port is situated along the River Plate and it is surrounded by the “Greater Buenos Aires”, where most of the country’s population has settled.
The city of Buenos Aires takes its name from the province of which it is a part and covers most of the fertile and productive pampas plain. Buenos Aires is the tenth most populated city of the world, with a 12.2 million population representing almost the third part of the total population of the Argentine Republic.
Wide selection of Spanish courses
The following Spanish courses are taught in Buenos Aires:
- Intensive Course - 20 hours per week
- Inmersión 20+0 - Intensive course + 10 private classes per week
- Individual classes
New Intensive and Super-intensive courses start every Monday and you can study spanish for as long as you want between 1 week and a full academic year (great idea for a gap year or sabbatical). We distinguish 6 different Spanish levels so there is always a group that is right for you.
Buenos Aires, a European city in Latin America
Buenos Aires is said to be like a European city but in South America. This is partly because most of its immigrants came from West Europe, particularly from Spain and Italy, and this resulted in an idiosyncrasy represented by a melting pot of different races that played an important role in the founding of the city.
There are typical neighbourhoods that show the marks left by the immigrants, including La Boca, on the banks of the Riachuelo, a place that maintains its Italian immigrant neighbourhood characteristics almost intact: “Caminito”, “La Vuelta de Rocha”, its vividly painted houses and the landscapes immortalized by Benito Quinquela Martín in his paintings.
Buenos Aires was born mimicking Europe, copying characteristics from both Madrid and Paris. To many, this cocktail of styles turned out better than the originals. However, Buenos Aires [B.A.] also created its own heritage, adding to the mix some sultry tangos, ubiquitous "colectivos", quaint cafés and most of all, the flair of its residents, the proud "porteños".
Buenos Aires 24/7
And what can be said about Buenos Aires at nightfall, Porteños favourite time to celebrate their city and interact with each other in a myriad of restaurants, coffeehouses, discotheques and bars open until the early hours. Your Spanish course in Buenos Aires will be truly unforgettable!