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Language school Cordoba – Don Quijote

If you want to see a lot of Argentina, this school is conveniently placed: here you are centrally located between Buenos Aires in the south-east, the Andes in the west and the Pampas in the south. This school has got 10 classrooms, an Internet space and a cafeteria offering delicious Argentinean meals. You can take in the the stunning city views from here, whilst using the school’s outdoor barbecue area or walk to the town’s main Plazas, shops & sights, all within 10 minutes. 



25 Intensive group lessons per week.

from $200 per week

37 Intensive group lessons per week.

from $255 per week


Individual Spanish classes, flexible hours, tailer made, fast learning, free time activities can be added on, all levels.

from $335 for 10 lessons per week


A combination of work experience & language program, Intensive lessons, followed by an internship, at least level B2 is required. 

Rates & info  


for the “Spanish as a foreign language Diploma” – examination according to your level. 20 group lessons + 8 private lessons per week. The exam is not included. 

from $350 per week

more info on DELE preparation courses



Breakfast, Half-board or Full-board, individual or shared – from €155 per week


TANGO or SALSA DANCING: Study these “art forms” and you will discover more than just a new dance: learn about the appropriate attire, facial expressions, passionate dance moves, foot work and attitude. A great way to get active!

VOLUNTEER PROGRAM: Students (min. age 18) of an intermediate level or over can combine an Intensive Spanish course with a volunteer placement… more information on Don Quijote volunteer programs

Don Quijote schools are also offering various other afternoon/weekend activities e.g. Welcome brunch, city walking tour, visits to museums, excursions to nearby towns & villages as well as Tapas tours & movie nights.

Cordoba – info

Cordoba might have lost its right of being the capital of Argentina by 1776, however in 2006 it managed to earn itself the title “cultural capital of the Americas”. Housing a lot of art galleries, museums and also the oldest University of the country, it forms a melting pot of rich colonial history & young contemporary city life.

Cordoba’s climate is a treat too, ranging between 18 Degrees Celsius in winter and 32 in summer. 

When you go off to explore the towns sights, don’t forget to drop by Che Guevaras former home, who has spent his childhood in this pleasant metropolis. 

Things to do in Cordoba: 

La Catedral: Be awe-inspired by this glorious building & oldest of Argentina’s churches.

Güemes: Stroll through this characterful ‘barrio’ and try some of the trendy restaurants & bars – don’t forget to flaunt your hippie attire in keeping with the bohemian ambience.

Feria Artesanal: The weekend – crafts market is situated on the ‘Paseo de las Artes’ and presents handcrafted goods and great value street food.

Alfajores: Try those yummy little sweet cakes in one of its devoted coffee shops.

Museo Superior de Bellas Artes: Walk through this splendid mansion admiring artwork of Goya, Picasso amongst others.

Paseo del Buen Pastor: Having passed its times as a church, cloister & women’s prison, at this renovated chapel you can nowadays get stuck in enjoying live concerts, expositions & cultural performances.

If there is no other student of the same level, the school may change your group-course booking into a private/semi-private lesson and reduce lesson time by 50%.

Don Quijote’s – registration fee is $65.00. 

Getting here

Aeropuerto Internacional Ingeniero Ambrosio Tarabilla, 26 min, 12km

(Pick up service at $70 one-way)

Estación Rodríquez del Busto, 21min drive, 7.8 km

Terminal de Omnibus, 15 min drive, 3.4 km

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