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Spanish Language Schools in Buenos Aires, Argentina
The school is located in the amazing characteristic Barolo Palace in the heart of Buenos Aires. It is only 5 minutes away from metro stations, the famous Congreso, Avda de Mayo, the Obelisk, the... More
The school is situated in the heart of Buenos Aires, very close to the main tourist attractions and areas of interest. You will feel the spirit of Argentina the moment you enter the school. The... More
The school is located in the best area of Buenos Aires and only 2 blocks away from the Recoleta's park and famous Cemetery. Many museums, restaurants, cafes and bars are close to the school and the... More
Expanish is an award-winning Spanish language institute in downtown Buenos Aires. It is close to historical and tourist attractions, public transport, shops, a gym, banks, currency exchange offices,... More
Didn't find what you are looking for? Compare more Spanish schools in Bariloche, Cordoba, Mendoza, Puerto Madryn, Ushuaia or get comparison of all schools in Argentina . Buenos Aires: Buenos Aires is the third largest city in South America and has 47 neighbourhoods in which more than three million people live. Situated in the east of Argentina beside the Rio de la Plata and surrounded by seemingly never ending flat land known as the Pampas, the vast sprawling conurbation is a true 24-hour city. There is always something going on to occupy the senses. The down town area is as noisy and congested as any other major city but the city is really a pleasant place to walk around, designed as it is along a grid system that is soon easy to master.
Key Facts about Buenos Aires
Population: 13,077,000 Inhabitants
Time Zone: +7h. (GMT -3)
Region: Buenos Aires F.D.,
Currency: ARS (1 ARS = 0.0630 USD)
Buenos Aires Quality of Life Rating: 4.6/5.0 (109 reviews by our former students)
Jorge Newbery (AEP) - 6 km. from Buenos Aires city center
Buenos Aires - Ministro Pistarini International (EZE) - 27 km. from Buenos Aires city center
Direct international flights from:
United States: Atlanta Hartsfield-Jackson, Dallas Fort Worth International, Houston George Bush Intercntl., Miami International, New York John F. Kennedy
New Zealand: Auckland International
Bariloche Aerodrome (BRC) - 1293 km. from Buenos Aires city center
Events in Buenos AiresBest time to take a language course in Buenos Aires
Independence Day, July 9th
09 Jul. 2017 - 10 Jul. 2017Independence Day in Argentina is celebrated with a parade, concerts, theatre productions, tango, and a local food & craft fair.
Tango Festival y Mundial
02 Aug. 2017 - 29 Aug. 2017Every August, Buenos Aires hosts the World Tango Festival which culminates in the Tango World Cup. The city is taken over by tangueros from around the globe and milongas and street performances abound.
Buenos Aires Gay Pride Festival
Nov. 2017November is Gay Pride month in Buenos Aires. Thousands of people participate in the parade and the city is the most gay friendly in all of Latin America.
What to do in Buenos Aires
Iguazu National Park
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