Buenos Aires Spanish School is located in one of the most valued historic buildings of Buenos Aires, "Palacio San Miguel".
The Spanish school is close to the main tourist attractions in the city such as the Obelisco and the magnificent building of the National Congress.
The Spanish school is close to the main tourist attractions and areas of interest: a few blocks from the Obelisco and the magnificent building of the National Congress. Transport is very convenient and within easy access. All metro lines in Buenos Aires have a stop just five minutes away from the school.
- 15 spacious classrooms;
- Audio and video room;
- Teacher's room;
- Student's meeting room;
- Equipped kitchen;
- Terraces and Balconies
- First day welcome lunch and city walk;
- Weekly tours and recreational activities calendar;
- Free Internet access - Wi-Fi;
- Free access to kitchenette;
- Free coffee, tea, milk, and refrigerated water;
- 24/7 Emergency phone;
- COINED tutorship
- Classic Spanish courses
- Super intensive;
- Spanish for professionals
- Spanish & Business;
- Spanish & Culture;
- Spanish & Medicine;
- Spanish for DELE Certificate;
- Spanish for Teachers
- Spanish & Activities
- Spanish & Salsa;
- Spanish & Tango
Buenos Aires is a city of contrasts that offers European sensibilities and Latin American passion; wide boulevards and cobblestone alleys; steamy tango and wild rock and roll; sidewalk cafés and soccer fanatics. Complex, energetic, and seductive, it stretches south-to-north along the Rio de la Plata and has been the gateway to Argentina for centuries. The city's neighbourhoods are small and highly individualized, each with its own characteristic colors and forms. Discover traditional La Boca, bohemian San Telmo, trendy Palermo, cultural Recoleta and the renewed Puerto Madero and let this city win your heart over. For all its diversity, the spirit of Argentina as a country is present everywhere in Buenos Aires. Tango, is perhaps the best expression of that spirit-practiced in dance halls, parks, open plazas, and ballrooms, it is a dance of intimate separation and common rhythm, combining both elegance and passion...
- Financial, commercial, industrial, cultural and political capital of the country.
- It offers several cultural attractions and an ample glimpse of urban cosmopolitan life.
- Varied architecture and rich European heritage.
- Tango's birth place.
There are lots of means of transportation which makes of Buenos Aires an easy-to-get-around city despite of its size. The city has a large network of buses, locally called "Colectivos". There are 144 lines, each one identified with a number and different colors. The ticket is paid on the bus with coins only. Another way to move around are Taxis. They are black with the roof painted yellow, they roam the city streets 24 hours a day and you can either flag them on the streets or call them for a pick up. Without a doubt, the fastest way to get from one place to another is the subway which is very reliable and it covers the center and the outskirts of the city with five lines identified with letters (A, B, C, D and E). You can also use the train taking it at any of the four Train Terminals that connect the Capital Federal with the suburbs.