Learn Spanish in Buenos Aires , Argentina    

                                                            83 Piedras Street, 3rd floor E, Buenos Aires, Argentina 

Buenos Aires Spanish immersion

Íbero Spanish School is proud to offer students a learning environment that maximizes the educational advantages of full-immersion group study. Our friendly atmosphere encourages sociability and the fostering of bonds between students, staff, and instructors. Our small-size, highly personalized classes allow students their optimal progress.

Top things to do in Buenos Aires

1-Learning Spanish. Íbero Spanish School in Buenos Aires stands apart from the rest as the number 1 destination for learning Spanish for several reasons. We use exclusive and original textbooks designed by the Academic Director, who over the years has listened to what students want and need, and so has created 8 books to correspond to each of the Spanish levels offered.

2- Recoleta cemetery. Despite being the resting place of Argentinian dignitaries, housed in memorials of marble grandeur, it's Evita Peron's grave -- buried under her maiden name of Duarte -- that's turned the cemetery into the number one attraction in Buenos Aires.

3- San Telmo flea market. On Sundays between 10 a.m. and 5 p.m., there's one unmissable event in Buenos Aires -- the flea market at Plaza Dorrego in the barrio of San Telmo. Ever since 1970, it's operated as the principal open-air antique market in the Argentinian capital.

4- The Casa Rosada. The Casa Rosada, the famed Pink Presidential Palace, is the focus of Buenos Aires's central Plaza 25 de Mayo. It's named after the date of the first successful revolution in South America that eventually led to independence. Most visitors are happy to just take photos outside. But come on a Saturday or Sunday and you can visit the building for free (you must present your passport to be admitted). You'll first step into the reception, housing the Gallery of Patriots, with portraits of Latin American political figures from Salvador Allende and Che Guevara to Evita Peron, a resident of the Casa Rosada herself.


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Run by a dedicated team of women from Argentina, belonging to various minority groups, we firmly believe in the principle of equal opportunity for all. Our programs are designed to create a supportive and inclusive learning environment, welcoming individuals regardless of gender, marital status, sexual orientation, creed, color, race, ethnic origin, age, or disability. Beyond our commitment to providing quality TEFL training, we extend our efforts to actively contribute to the well-being of society. In particular, we collaborate closely with social organizations focused on supporting women and children in Argentina.

Ibero Spanish Language School Buenos Aires, Argentina.

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