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|One-to-one course (min. 2 lessons) (per lesson)||35 USD|
|One-to-one course (10 lessons/week) (DELE)||295 USD|
|Extra night with host family||49 USD|
|Extra night with host family, private bathroom||64 USD|
|Extra night in a shared apartment||33 USD|
|Airport transfer (on arrival) (Ezeiza International Airport)||70 USD|
|Airport pick-up and drop-off (-18 obligatory) (Ezeiza International Airport)||125 USD|
Other accommodation options
|Host family, single room, half board (private bathroom)|
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By staying with a host family in Buenos Aires, you will make the most out of your language study stay and experience the authentic Porteño lifestyle. Speaking Spanish in a relaxed atmosphere encourages you to apply everything you have acquired in class while picking up everyday, colloquial language. You will stay in a single room and benefit from half-board. Host families typically live between 45 and 60 minutes from the school by public transport.
Please note that students ages 16-17 must book the host family option with airport transfers.
Shared apartment (from 18 years)
This accommodation option lets you share a furnished apartment with an Argentinean local host in Buenos Aires and may be shared with other international students as well: an ideal opportunity to make new friends. You will share the kitchen, bathroom and other common rooms. In the evenings, you will prepare your meals and share recipes with your flatmates. An apartment can accommodate between 2 and 8 people.
Hotel (from 18 years)
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Choose from a multitude of activities organised by the school to give you a taste of Buenos Aires life. Most of the activities are free, while others have a small charge. Concerts, museum outings, wine tastings and football matches are popular options, as well as cooking classes, asados (deliciously meaty Argentinean barbecues), tango shows and photography classes. Regular dinners bring together teachers and students. Longer excursions to the famous Iguazu Falls or to towns like Mendoza (a glorious wine city at the foot of the Andes) are also on the agenda. Day trips include the Tigre Delta and Colonia, a charming town in neighbouring Uruguay which can be reached by a boat across the Rio Plata. You will soon find out why people come from all over the world to learn Spanish in Argentina’s enticing capital city.