Spanish Language Schools in Buenos Aires - Ranking 2022

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Buenos Aires

19 Best language schools in Buenos Aires (ranked based on student reviews)

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Why 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.
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What we like about Buenos Aires
  • Fantastic nightlife.
  • Endless activities including festivals and cultural events.
  • Easy and cheap public transportation.
  • Nice beaches.
What we dislike about Buenos Aires
  • Size can be intimidating for some.
  • High crime rate.
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What our students said about Buenos Aires

Rating: 5/5


Buenos Aires is a colorful, vibrant and wonderful metropolitan city. It’s absolutely great!!!


Rating: 4/5


It's a very nice city with a lot of things to do. The locals are very friendly.


How our students rated their experience in Buenos Aires


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Overall city attractiveness
140 authentic reviews from students who reserved with us

Rating: 4.6/5.0

Friendliness of locals

Rating: 4.6/5.0

Interesing things to do

Rating: 4.6/5.0

Geographic setting

Rating: 4.0/5.0

Public transport

Rating: 4.4/5.0


Rating: 4.1/5.0


Rating: 3.6/5.0


Rating: 4.3/5.0


Rating: 4.1/5.0


Rating: 3.7/5.0


Most recent student reviews of language schools in Buenos Aires

Rating: 4.5

4.5 | 2 reviews

The atmosphere was intimate and friendly and Ludmila, the teacher, was excellent.

15 January 2020
Course: Intensive Spanish Course - 1 week
Student age: 63 years

Littal Matia

Rating: 4.6

4.6 | 27 reviews

We spoke a lot during the lessons. They immediately start speaking in Spanish, which helps a lot!!

6 May 2019
Course: Intensive Course - 3 weeks
Student age: 21 years


Rating: 4

4.0 | 5 reviews

Great facilities, very motivated teachers.
The organization itself is quite chaotic, especially during the set up of the classes per language level

20 February 2019
Course: Intensive Spanish 20 - 6 weeks
Student age: 23 years


Rating: 4.6

4.6 | 27 reviews

Nice teacher with good variation of activities. Lots of chances to meet other people
The school isn’t great with performing language placement tests and the activities offered are all a bit basic.

21 January 2019
Course: Intensive Course - 2 weeks
Student age: 27 years


Rating: 5

5.0 | 2 reviews

Nice teachers. The one I had was good and patient. Had a plan, while also handling things we were wondering about. The principal was helpful when we wanted help with the activities we wanted to do in the afternoon. Also got invited to a gathering out on the town the last day of the course. It was a very pleasant evening.
Positive about everything, but the bathroom was unwelcoming and somewhat unhygienic. Needed renovation and a change of towels every day, preferably it should be paper towels.

21 January 2019
Course: Regular Course - 1 week
Student age: 64 years


Rating: 4.7

4.7 | 4 reviews

small, informal, very nice atmosphere
Better a placement test on site than an essay with wrong conclusions. The amenities including food at the host families should not vary so much for the same price.

14 December 2018
Course: Group Course - 2 weeks
Student age: 64 years


Rating: 4.6

4.6 | 27 reviews

The teachers were really good, but so was the building and the atmosphere.

30 October 2018
Course: Intensive Course - 2 weeks
Student age: 49 years


Rating: 4.6

4.6 | 27 reviews

The lessons were very good! Small classes and very easy to understand language. The students were directly involved and everything was clearly explained. There was homework which was discussed directly.
The accommodation was not good! Indeed lovely and well located, but no working heating (very cold!). The other roommates had nothing to do with the school, i.e. you had little contact with other classmates, which was actually the purpose of the shared apartment! Scruffy apartment, moldy fridge. Not worth it. At least for the price!

20 June 2018
Course: Intensive Course - 1 week
Student age: 19 years

Hannah Marie

Rating: 4.6

4.6 | 27 reviews

Teaching material, evaluation of levels, formation of groups, the administration's and teachers' friendly attitude

22 March 2018
Course: Intensive Course - 2 weeks
Student age: 42 years

Czech Republic

Rating: 4.6

4.6 | 27 reviews

Super nice staff, also German speaking, if there is a problem, do not force anything

1 March 2017
Course: Intensive Course - 2 weeks
Student age: 18 years


Rating: 4.6

4.6 | 27 reviews

I liked the school in general, the location and the teaching method.

25 April 2016
Course: Intensive Course - 1 week
Student age: 36 years


Rating: 3.9

3.9 | 56 reviews

The professionalism of the instructors and the daily activities. Everyone was eager to please!

22 October 2015
Course: Intensive - 4 weeks
Student age: 55 years

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What school directors said about Buenos Aires

Xavier Bustos

Buenos Aires is the most cosmopolitan city in South America, the most european style and with the vastest cultural offer round year.

Ludmila Reinaldo

Buenos Aires is a very lively and great city to enjoy. You have many activities to do every day and plenty of bars and restaurants to discover while being there. The city is full of parks, museums, nice historic buildings and trendy neighbourhoods. You will be able to breathe the argentine culture in this nice and big city.

Interesting information about Buenos Aires

Key Facts about Buenos Aires

Quality of life was ranked in recent report of Mercer in position 91 (2019).
Population: 13,077,000
Time zone: -11h. (GMT -3)
Region: Buenos Aires F.D.,
Currency: ARS (1 ARS = 0.4437 PHP)
Visa: Nationals from Philippines require a visa to enter and study in Argentina. Check visa requirements for nationals from other countries.
High season: January
Low season: June
Average course price per week (High season): 201 US$
Average course price per week (Low season): 239 US$
Cost of Living:
* 100 = prices in Manila
  • Student price index excluding rent:137* (37% more expensive than Manila)
  • Student price index including rent:136* (36% more expensive than Manila)
  • Price index food only:139* (39% more expensive than Manila)
  • Big Mac price (Argentina average):338.69 ARS (4% more expensive than in Philippines)
Mains electricity:
  • Plug Type C
  • Plug Type I
  • Residential voltage: 220 V
  • Frequency: 50 Hz

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Public transportation in Buenos Aires

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Events in Buenos AiresBest time to take a language course in Buenos Aires

Independence Day, July 9th
Independence Day, July 9th

09 July 2022Independence Day in Argentina is celebrated with a parade, concerts, theatre productions, tango, and a local food & craft fair.

What to do in Buenos Aires

Iguazu National Park
Iguazu National Park
Recoleta Cemetery
Recoleta Cemetery
Paz Palace
Paz Palace
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Arrival Airports

Jorge Newbery (AEP) - 6 km. from Buenos Aires city center

Public transportation to city center:

Every 15 minutes, 2,50 ARS, 20 minutes.

Main stops: Palermo, Plaza Italia, Facultad de Medicina, Tribunales, 9 de Julio, Catedral

Taxi: 176 ARS, 10 minutes drive to city center of Buenos Aires

Buenos Aires - Ministro Pistarini International (EZE) - 27 km. from Buenos Aires city center

Public transportation to city center:

Every 5 minutes, 234,00 ARS, 50 minutes.

Main stops: Aeropuerto de Ezeiza, Terminal Madero

Taxi: 470 ARS, 25 minutes drive to city center of Buenos Aires

Direct international flights from:
  • USA: 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

Public transportation to city center:

Taxi: minutes drive to city center of Buenos Aires

FAQ about schools in Buenos Aires

  • Casa Spanish Academy has received the best overall rating in Buenos Aires.
  • InterBA Spanish Institute, located in Junin 1631 - 8th Floor A, Recoleta has been voted as the school with the best location in Buenos Aires.
  • In Buenos Aires the following courses are offered specifically for business Spanish: Business Spanish Group, Business Spanish Private, Medical Spanish.
  • Schools in Buenos Aires offer specific preparation courses for the following exams: TEFL / TESOL, DELE, Other exams.
  • In Buenos Aires there are course packages where you can learn the following activities: Spanish & Dancing, Spanish & Tennis, Spanish & Football, Spanish & Cooking, Spanish & Oenology, Spanish & Sports.
  • The school Expanish located in Palermo offers an Evening Program on particular dates. Let us know what your preferred dates are and we will send you more information.
    Ana Carolina, Area Manager from LanguageCourse.net
  • Sure! We have many schools on our website offering Spanish courses in Buenos Aires and lots of them are accredited by Instituto Cervantes.
    Sawsan Zein, Area manager from LanguageCourse.net

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