Learn Spanish in Buenos Aires , Argentina 83 Piedras Street, 3rd floor E,
Buenos Aires, Argentina
So you have decided to study Spanish, but why travel abroad to study a subject you can learn at home? The best way to learn a second language is to immerse yourself in a city or region of the world where you will be forced to use the language. Whats more, the opportunity of exploring a new city with a unique history and culture is a special experience you will not get from studying Spanish in your home country. Choosing to study Spanish in Latin America exposes you to a diversity of people and cultures that share a common language. IBERO Spanish School in Buenos Aires is consistently recommended as a destination location to learn Spanish due to the energy of the city and its people. There is no better city in Latin America and possibly the world to learn a second language than Buenos Aires, Argentina. Learning Spanish will transform from just taking lessons in a classroom to a complete experience as you immerse yourself in the culture and customs of Buenos Aires. From meeting other travelers to socializing with Argentines and talking with your professors, you will benefit from sharing your experience with others. Buenos Aires is an ideal place to study Spanish and students benefit from the richness of the city many call ¨the Paris of the south¨. Ibero Spanish and TEFL courses offers activities such as world class theater, music recitals, sports events, shopping, and restaurants as well as many different places outside of the city to travel. Best of all, these activities are easily accesible through the public transit system as well as being affordable. You can traverse the city on one of the many bus lines or take the subway from one neighborhood to the next. What you will find, is the city of Buenos Aires is composed of many different cultures and traditions. Of course, you will have much more fun in Buenos Aires and get to know the city better if you are studying Spanish. Learning Spanish in Buenos Aires at Ibero can be an extremely rewarding experience and it is of course, what you make it.
Travel and exploration are not just limited to the city, there are a wealth of options for outdoor adventure outside of Buenos Aires. Either just a short train, bus, or plane ride away, the entire country of Argentina is yours to discover. Your Spanish Language journey can take you south to Patagonia, where the towns take on the look and feel of a swiss mountain village; or you can travel north into Salta and Jujuy, where you will notice unique culinary styles and breathtaking landscapes. For those who enjoy wine, the province of Mendoza is a must when in Argentina. The region of Mendoza produces 70% of all wine made in Argentina and is wellknown throughout the wine world as an up and coming area for great wine at excellent prices. When it comes to exploring Latin America, The options are abundant and Argentina makes for an excellent place to start your journey into other countries such as Chile, Uruguay, Bolivia, or even Brasil!
Clearly there are many options when it comes to choosing a Spanish school in a large city like Buenos Aires. You have to decide what you are looking for in a school and if your needs match up with the school. Also, there is the issue of cost and the fun factor. Will your Spanish school help you explore Buenos Aires? Here at Ibero Spanish School in Buenos Aires Argentina, we not only give our students customized Spanish classes that adapt to each students needs, but offer opportunities to socialize outside of class and practice your Spanish. Our full time staff includes an activities coordinator who organizes weekly activities for students to participate in at no extra charge and can also recommend places to visit for students with specific interests. Every week IBERO Spanish School Buenos Aires offers a conversation workshop that takes place in a different café. That way, continuing students get to explore the city and everyone can share a conversation in a relaxed atmosphere. We also hold a weekly screening of an Argentine film at the school in the afternoon for students who have class in the mornings. Students watch contemporary as well as classic films whose directors and actors are recognized members of the vibrant Argentine film community. Watching movies produced in Argentina helps students with comprehension and also exposes students to Argentine culture and history. Íbero Spanish School Buenos Aires cultivates an enjoyable environment where students are immersed in the language and culture surrounding them.