There are many places in the world to study Spanish, but none so unique, culturally alive and open as Buenos Aires, the capital of Argentina.
Once known as “the Paris of South America”, the initial impression of many visitors is often reminiscent of a cosmopolitan European city. The architecture features and shaded plazas dotted amongst the grid networks of cobblestone streets. Fashionable locals sit and chat in corner cafes, or stroll along tree lined avenues. However, this is Argentina, South America, a country with its own distinct cultural identity.
Buenos Aires is a city of neighbourhoods each with their own special charm. There’s the contemporary dynamic culture of Palermo, where fashionistas, artists and jet-setters collide on the tree-lined streets to enjoy Malbec’s finest after a long day browsing the markets. There’s San Telmo, the historical neighbourhood of cobblestone streets and antique buildings. There you’ll find tango salons bursting with intense and spirited dancers, and hear the classic tango sounds spilling onto the streets. The gorgeous and sophisticated Recoleta is defined by its museums, theatres, French architecture and sprawling green parks. But throughout Buenos Aires’ 40+ barrios, there is one thing that ties the city together: the open, friendly, endlessly giving spirit of the people of Argentina.
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