Choosing to study Spanish in Argentina at a quality Spanish language school is a great way to improve your language skills, immerse yourself in the local culture and helps you to experience a place rather than just visiting it. Practise your Spanish over a delicious Argentinian wine, use your new vocabulary during a tango dance lesson, brush shoulders with locals in bustling cafes – Spanish language courses should always be this immersive.
Thousands of people have already discovered that our eclectic mix of Spanish language holidays in Argentina are as diverse as the people who go on them. Come and join them.
Keen linguists to beginners who’ve never uttered more than ‘hola’, intrepid explorers travelling the world to those dedicating their time to discovering Argentina – everyone is welcome in the classrooms of our Spanish language schools.
You’ll meet people of all ages and nationalities, from singles to couples to groups of friends. Some have spoken Spanish all their lives, while others just want to escape traditional classroom settings and inspire their minds.
All that’s required is a passion for learning and a refusal to be boxed in.
Is this you? It looks like you.
Learn the Spanish for ‘a glass of Malbec, please’ in the Paris of the southern hemisphere, the cosmopolitan city of Buenos Aires.
Learning Spanish in Argentina means challenging your mind, embracing the nuances of a new culture and language and being willing to make mistakes. And – most importantly – it’s about sharing laughter, conversation and a glass of wine with other students and locals – without the stuffy classrooms or piles of homework.
If you’re looking to learn more than just verb tenses, add another hobby or passion to your Spanish course.
Put on your dancing shoes and say ‘bailamos’ as you learn Spanish in the morning and then the seductive dance of Argentine tango in the evening.
Whatever you choose, you can find Spanish holidays that expand your mind and indulge your inner linguist alongside other passionate like-minded students. Never settle for ordinary.