Visitors to Buenos Aires are always struck by its sophistication and European feel. A huge city with over 11 million inhabitants, it nevertheless remains safe and clean, and is the most elegant and busy metropolis in South America. As the capital of Argentina, Buenos Aires represents the essence of Argentine culture, which is not surprising when you consider that 40% of the country's population lives in the city and its suburbs. The cosmopolitan nature of the Buenos Aires is ever-present in its international citizens, modern architecture, local and ethnic restaurants, shopping districts, and the attractive individuality of each neighborhood. Yet this bustling capital simultaneously manages to preserve traditions around every corner; it is the best place to see authentic tango music and dance in person. Not quite Latin, not quite European, Buenos Aires is a truly fascinating world capital that immediately draws in its visitors and makes them fall in love with all its peculiarities and charms.

The Spanish School in Buenos Aires The School
Address Location: Suipacha 90, corner with Bartolome Mitre, 2nd floor.


- In an neighborhood with bars, shops, theaters, restaurants, and cinemas - Near the banking district - A few meters away from the famous intersection of the Avenues "Mayo" and "9 de Julio" and the Obelisco. - A 5 minute walk from the city's main square, Plaza de Mayo, and Casa Rosada (Government House). - 10 minutes on foot from the magnificent National Congress building - Metro line stops just five minutes away - 20 spacious classrooms with large windows - Computer room with free Internet access - Video room - Cafeteria - Terraces for recreation - Balconies facing the city - Air conditioning, fans and central heating - Door security
200 students Free email access available at the school

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There is not normally a charge for these types of activities. but VERY few SHARED APARTMENT Bedroom: Private room. Here are some examples of typcial activities and excursions: Tango or folklore class Movies Going to a bar with all students Lectures on art. Bedroom: Private room. Keys: Students receive their own keys. Accommodation Options HOST FAMILY All of the families are carefully selected. Meals: No meals included. literature. etc. Most Buenos Aires families are young singles or couples. Distance from the school: Normally a 10 minute subway ride to school. Usually there will be Argentines in the flat. Activities The school organizes 3 afternoon activities per week. * Spanish + Tango: 20 group lessons + 8 Tango dance and culture classes per week * For less than 10 lessons per week. the economy. Basic furniture in a room: Desk. 16 years old Europe. Japanese Programs offered at the Buenos Aires School Intensive Group Course: 20 lessons per week Super Intensive Group Course: 20 group + 10 individual lessons per week One-on-One course: 10 individual lessons per week. history. but must buy their own soap. theater performances . chair and night table Private bathroom: Available in some home stays. Brazil. each lesson will cost 30 USD. Washing machine or laundromats available. Every flat has a kitchen. Meals: Half board (no meals provided on Sundays) Distance from the school: normally a 10 minute bus or subway ride to school. Keys: students receive their own keys Basic furniture in a room: Desk. health Visits to museums. Laundry service: not included. professionals and independent travelers. drinks/food if eating out. unless otherwise requested.Teachers: 20 Office hours: The Students Average age Minimum age Nationalities From 9am to 6 pm Most participants are university students. chair and night table. North American. in an apartment shared with other students. Laundry service: Not included. Laundromats are also available. wardrobe. unless otherwise requested. bed. bed. Private bathroom: Very few available. Students can use the family's washing machine if they have one. entrance fees. but student pays for their own bus fare. wardrobe. so students here should not expect a traditional host family experience.

horseback riding. serve snacks/drinks and sometimes entire meals.00 and it increases 20 cents every 200 meters. barbecuing. There is also a small airport called ‘Aeroparque’ which is located 4km north of the center." There are many excellent bus companies to choose from." unofficially called "Ezeiza") is 35 km from the school (about 22min).First Monday of each month: Welcome lunch for all currently enrolled students. while the minimum fare is $0. TAXIS Taxis are everywhere in Buenos Aires. or a taxi ($9. There are five lines identified with letters (A. long distance buses leave from the long distance bus station "Retiro. efficient and fast. They show movies. They run 24 hours/ day. In Buenos Aires.com **************************************************** . D and E) and it is undoubtedly the fastest way to move around the city. The price is $0. a public bus for $0.70. Vist to the exotic Botanical Garden Confiterias (tea rooms) in San Telmo The colorful La Boca neighborhood The magnificent Colon Theater Trekking. Public buses (marked "Duvi") take about 1½ hours to arrive downtown and cost $6. Ther is an airport bus for $5 (every 30 min). the Manuel Tienda Leon bus service for $12. BUSES The local buses in Buenos Aires (colectivos) are clean.50). frequent. Enforex does offer airport pick up services to the accommodation at an extra fee (50 USD). C. There are various private airport buses run by different companies. Sundays and Holidays from 6am to 8pm. Meters are used but beware: you may be taken for a little "joy ride" if you don't where you are going. B. They run 24 hours/ day. Most of the Sleeper services are clean and comfortable.80.70. **************************************************** N & M Intercâmbios e Cursos no exterior tel/fax: (++ 55 11) 55313611 e-mail: info@nm-intercambios. This subway system was the first in existence in Latin America. river rafting. SUBWAY ("SUBTE") The subway system is very reliable and it covers the center and the outskirts of the city with a combined route of 46 kilometers and 80 stations. etc. and it is still common to see some of the original wooden cars still running on line A (soon to be sent to a museum). The ticket is paid on the bus with coins ONLY. which cost about $14. fishing. Make sure that you know roughly what the fare should be before you step in The initial meter rate is $2. A taxi can cost about $45. There are different fares depending on the length of the trip. Tourist resort Carlos Paz Bariloche/Patagonia (skiing) Mendoza Iguazu Falls Rio de Plata Cordoba National Parks Towns with indigenous populations Arrival and Transport AIRPORTS The Buenos Aires international airport ("Ministro Pistarini. The subway system runs Monday to Friday from 6am to 10pm and Saturdays.