Learn Spanish in Buenos Aires , Argentina 83 Piedras Street, 3rd floor E,
Buenos Aires, Argentina
There are several Spanish Language Schools in Buenos Aires, but which one should I choose? Buenos Aires is a cosmopolitan city with lots to offer to our Spanish students from all over the world, who will capture the mixture of the different races and cultures that cohabit Buenos Aires and understand the reason for the idiosyncrasy of the "Porteño", or Buenos Aires inhabitant.
Íbero Spanish, our Language School in Buenos Aires has lots to offer. In the first place, of course a quick Google search for “Spanish Language Schools in Buenos Aires Argentina” will pull up thousands of results, which is no surprise as Buenos Aires is the most popular place to study Spanish in Argentina. With a Spanish Language school on every Buenos Aires street corner, just how do you choose a Spanish school in Buenos Aires?
Read Reviews of the Spanish Schools in Buenos Aires, Argentina
The absolutely first thing I did when searching for a place to learn Spanish was look for reviews from people who had studied at Spanish schools in Argentina. Comments on TripAdvisor reviews a https://www.tripadvisor.com/Attraction_Review-g312741-d2481907-Reviews-Ibero_Spanish_School_Day_Classes-Buenos_Aires_Capital_Federal_District.html and the Lonely Planet forums can be really helpful, as can reading Latin American travel blogs on Spanish immersion classes in Buenos Aires as well as the blog comments. You have to use reviews as a way to find out about the attitude of the school – some are more serious about Spanish language learning or Spanish intensive classes in Buenos Aires while others are much more laid-back. Different styles suit different learners, so make sure to think about what kind of Spanish teaching would work for you.
How long are the Spanish Lessons?
Most Spanish Language Schools in Argentina run Spanish lessons for a minimum of four hours and up to a maximum of 6 hours per day. Depending on how much time you are able to commit, you will have to make sure to check with your Spanish Language School what their standard Spanish lesson length is and whether this is flexible. As I also had house sitting and work commitments, I was only looking for 2 hour Spanish classes but found that I had no problem finding a Spanish school happy to accommodate me, even at short notice. About the climate here in Buenos Aires, what our Spanish students can find in the central region where Buenos Aires is located, the mild climate tends to be agreeable year-round and mildly humid due to the city's location in the Pampas region, next to the Río de la Plata.