Learn Spanish in Buenos Aires , Argentina 83 Piedras Street, 3rd floor E,
Buenos Aires, Argentina
ÍBERO is a Group of Independent Spanish University Graduated Teachers with extensive experience in teaching the Spanish language to speakers of all cultural backgrounds, from several parts of the world.
Spanish Professors from the most important Universities in Argentina teach the courses especially designed for our customized programs.
ÍBERO offers a wide range of tourist and educative opportunities. This is the reason why we invite you to organize a program that would fit your interests. We offer you the opportunity to combine the Spanish learning with cultural and tourist activities in order to make you live an unforgettable experience.
Stay healthy while you study Spanish in Buenos Aires
Exercising while studying abroad may sound like a difficult task, but don't let your doubts steer you in the wrong direction. While studying in a new place, it gives you the chance to venture out and try new things, even a new type of exercise. With so many easy and fun ways to explore a new destination while burning a few extra calories, you won’t even feel like you’re exercising!
One of the best ways to keep in shape and meet locals at the same time is to join a group or get involved with a local recreational team. In Buenos Aires, they even have a local running group that gets together on a weekly basis. You may even be able to find a team of locals or expats who get together to play soccer, baseball,or kickball during the week. Who said exercise can't be fun?
Join a local yoga studio while balancing your life abroad. Yoga is popular all over the world for a reason – it’s good for your body, mind and soul. Taking a yoga class on your travels is not only great for keeping you in shape but it can be fun to see how different instructors make each class a different experience. In Buenos AIres, you can join the “Yoga Gratis en Buenos Aires” group on FaceBook and discover weekly yoga sessions in the park when the weather is nice. Another great way to incorporate yoga into your daily routine is to search YouTube, there are multiple videos to choose from and no equipment is necessary, allowing you to do yoga almost anywhere.
Whether you are staying in a city or a small town, there will always be a place to run. If you find yourself in the city scope out different areas for parks or running trails. If you are staying near a beach, run along the shore. Not only are you getting your exercise in, but it’s your alone time to discover the streets and nooks and crannies of the area.
In many cities around the world there are bikes for rent nowadays. The Buenos Aires city government’s EcoBici scheme provides free bikes for up to an hour at a time. Often there are also bike tours with tour guides to show you the city or countryside. If you love to ride, then why not buy your own bike for a means of transportation, that way you kill two birds with one stone. You can travel through the city without paying transportation costs, while getting your daily workout on!
Nowadays, many large cities have small open air gyms in their parks. Sometimes the equipment is very basic, like bars and places to do sit-ups. Some other times, you have ropes, bars of all kinds, brackets, weights and everything else you need to get ripped. This is a way for you to mix your workout up, take a run and after hit the open air gym for some body weight training.
One of the hardest things about staying fit in a foreign country is the food. You may feel obligated to try everything while you have the chance; remember that you will be in your host country for quite a while; you will have plenty of opportunities to try everything. Try to cook for yourself; eating out often is expensive and sometimes unhealthy. But cooking for yourself doesn’t mean missing out on the local cuisine! Try looking for local farmers markets and immersing yourself in the cuisine of your host country.
The most important thing to remember while studying abroad is to have fun. This is a once in a lifetime opportunity, and you’ll want to make the very most of it. Take full advantage of all the opportunities presented to you. Enjoy new opportunities and find fun ways to incorporate a healthy lifestyle into your adventures abroad.
“I have studied Spanish in several schools in both the United States and Latin America, and this is by far the best experience I have ever had. The staff is friendly and dedicated and does a great job of focusing on each student’s specific needs. The classes have a relaxed, family atmosphere and it is amazing how quickly your Spanish improves. On top of that you can’t help being seduced by the beauty of Buenos Aires”. Thomas Norton.
"Coming to Buenos Aires for a month was a daunting challenge, for I spoke no Spanish at all when I arrived! Yet within a week of Florencia's Spanish intensive classes I was more confident and was not only able to communicate at a basic level but was translating paragraphs and writing confidently! The small group classes mean you get much more personal attention, enabling you to learn much faster and have more fun. And of course there's no greater place to study than Buenos Aires, South America's liveliest city. In four weeks I went from having Florencia walk me through my ABCs 'en espanol' to understanding Spanish song lyrics and I'm even trying to read a Spanish book. Now I find that the Spanish I learnt is helping me in my workplace - I have the confidence and ability to use Spanish regularly thanks to an excellent teacher and a wonderful Spanish learning experience in beautiful Buenos Aires!" Kate Antill.