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Argentina I.L.E.E. Spanish Language School


Only school in where all teachers hold Masters degrees
 

SPANISH SCHOOLS ARGENTINA    

Our Spanish Language Schools are dedicated exclusively to
teaching Spanish as a foreign language in Buenos Aires


SOME INFORMATION ON BUENOS AIRES

 

Buenos Aires is the capital city of the Republic of Argentina and one of the most important cities in Latin America.
It is the most European-like city in Latin America.

One of the most interesting attractions of Buenos Aires is its architecture. Its style reflects the influence of the Spaniards, French and Italians in its building and in its parks. The city has wide avenues, mansions, extensive green spaces, hundreds of sculptures and a large quantity of churches; all integrated among houses,  office buildings, apartment buildings and modern skyscrapers.

Buenos Aires surprises its visitors with its contrasts; with a mixture of different styles that distinguishes the big cities of the world: elegant, noisy, cultural, lover of the tango, of endless coffee chats, of nightlife and of course: of football.
The city of Buenos Aires is located in front of the Río de la Plata, it occupies a surface of 200km² and it is made up of 47 neighborhoods.

The majority of the "Porteños" are identified with the neighborhood where they lived almost all their life. It is not common that tourists visit all these neighborhoods since there aren't specific attractions; but nine of them concentrate most of the tourist attractions: La Boca, San Telmo, Monserrat, Puerto Madero, San Nicolás, Retiro, Recoleta, Palermo and Belgrano.

It is easy to move around the city since it is distributed in blocks of 100 square meters. There are avenues and streets identified with names of personalities of the cultural, military and political history of the country and of the world as well as places and dates. The financial district, commonly referred to as "La City" or "Microcentro" is located between Avenida Cordoba and Avenida de Mayo and between Avenida 9 de Julio and Avenida Paseo Colón; while the tourist areas of the city are found in the neighborhoods near the "centro" or downtown, and they are:  Recoleta, Palermo, la Boca, San Telmo and Puerto Madero.

Buenos Aires is a very interesting and intriguing place where visitors can enjoy a variety of activities.

During the day you can visit museums, historical places, walk along the Avenida de Mayo, take a guided tour or simply have a coffee in a coffee shop on the Avenida 9 de Julio. At night you can go to a Tango show in San Telmo, have dinner in a typical "parrillada" or go to a pub to listen to live rock or jazz bands.
Even if you go shopping
, to the theater, or to see a night show, it surely will be something you will never forget.

Transportation: Efficient and inexpensive. Buenos Aires is one of the safest cities in the world. Food/Water: Unlike other countries, water from the tap and food (even from cheap places) is 100% safe.
    

 

Statistics

Population: 2,965,403 (City of Buenos Aires), 37,812,817 (Republic of Argentina).

Climate: 5 C° to 15 C° in winter, 25 to 32 C° in summer.

Religion: Roman Catholic (92 %), Protestant (2 %,)  Jewish  (2 %) and other (4 %).

Ethnic Group: 97 % are white (of European descent) and 3 % are a mixture of Native Indians and other races.

Language: Spanish  (official)

Currency: The official currency in Argentina is the peso.

National Flower: The national flower is the ceibo

National Stone:  The rodocrosita or "inca rose" is the national stone.


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