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Language school Buenos Aires – Linguaschools
This school is very centrally located with many sights, museums, restaurants & famous plazas around the corner and close by, plus well- linked by Metro to other stylish & funky town quarters such as Recoleta & Palermo. It has 10-12 class rooms, a library, a movie room and free WIFI connection, housed in a characterful building with its own roof terrace. The staff and certified teachers claim to be highly experienced in knowing their students needs and challenges and endeavour to provide full immersion into the Spanish language and Argentinean culture by integrating activities extensively into your learning- schedule.
20 group lessons per week, 4 lessons per day, all levels
$265 – $219 per week / 1 – 16 weeks
Intensive course 4 lessons plus 1 extra hour one-to-one per day
$425 – $379 per week / 1 – 16 weeks
Intensive course 4 lessons plus 2 extra hours one-to-one per day
$585 – $539 per week / 1 – 16 weeks
ONE TO ONE COURSE – 20 lessons
To gain linguistic competence asap in the most efficient way. Fully bespoke & highly adaptable tuition. Personal support. You can choose your subjects. Flexible hours.
$690 – $644 per week / 1 – 16 weeks
Breakfast or Half- board, private or shared room with your friend. Carefully selected host families, max. commute to school is 30 min. (public transport).
Single: $240 Breakfast / $295 Half board per week
Shared Double: $240 Breakfast / $295 Full- board per person, per week
Room in furnished apartment. Single room or Double shared with friend. Community kitchen, bathroom and living room. Room with ensuite bathroom – upon request. Shared with Spaniards or other language students. Max. 30 min. commute away from school.
Shared Double: $163 per person, per week
Single: $210 per week
Buenos Aires – info
The city’s rich cultural heritage is hugely reflected in its architecture, urban vibe & dances: did you know that the Tango was born in this metropolis? Thanks to its locals, called Porteños, it is known to be an incredibly vibrant & sociable city.
Buenos Aires is situated on one side of the largest estuary in the world, the “Rio de la Plata” and has gained lots of importance during the industrial revolution, exporting goods, such as the famous beef. European immigration brought with it a significant population growth & wealth.
One of the many sights worth visiting is the Casa Rosada at the Plaza de Mayo: the pink villa where the Argentine president resides, also known for Evita Peróns famous resignation speech on the balcony.
Things to do in Buenos Aires:
Malba: This museum of Latin-American art exhibits paintings by artists such as Frida Kahlo & Diego Rivera as well as modernist abstraction, film screenings & literature courses – profound!
La Boca: Stroll through this charming neighbourhood, built by Italian immigrants with its cobbled streets & colourful houses along the ‘Caminito’ sidewalk.
Niceto: Join the city’s nightlife at this trendy club and bounce with the Latin infused electronic vibes.
Reserva Ecológica Costanera Sur: An impressive natural reserve in the south of Buenos Aires, offering plenty of wildlife to watch surrounded by lakes & parkland along the ‘Rio de la Plata’ – the perfect place to rejuvenate from the cities’ hustle & bustle.
Recoleta Cemetery: For a relaxed walk through history – here you can find the eternal home of Argentinas grand political figures like Evita Perón as well as impressive mausoleums & sculptures of many styles & eras.
What students said about this school:
The linguaschool I visited every day is pretty small to medium sized. Everybody knew each other and therefore the atmosphere was very familiar.
We got a lot of personal attention and I was able to learn a lot in only 3 weeks. I am very happy I chose for linguaschools. (Neelke, The Netherlands)
The school offers a selection of free activities for the afternoons, e.g.: Argentinean film night, farm visit, trips to museums, Tango show, conversation workshop, excursions to different quarters like San Telmo, Recoleta, Puerto Madero & la Boca, trips to other towns & villages.
Aeropuerto Internacional Ezeiza, 37 min by car, 32km
(the school offers a pick-up service at $75, one – way)
Aeroparque Internacional Jorge Newbery, 24 min by car, 8.8km
Estación Retiro, 14 min by car, 3.3km
Estación Retiro, 14 min by car, 3.3km
Bolívar, 2min walk, 150m
Perú, 2 min walk, 140m
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