Learn Spanish in Argentina
- Learn Spanish in Buenos Aires.
- Learn Spanish in Cordoba.
- Learn Spanish in Mendoza.
- Learn Spanish in Bariloche.
- Learn Spanish in Ushuaia.
Learn Spanish in Argentina and discover this beautiful and enormous country enormous country, eighth largest in the world, and second only to Brazil in terms of size and population in South America. The country is surrounded by Chile to the west, and Uruguay, Paraguay, Brazil, Bolivia, and the South Atlantic to the north and to the east. Argentina also shares the offshore island territory of Tierra del Fuego with Chile, and continues to dispute the ownership of the Islas Malvinas (known as the Falkland Islands to the British). In the early 1980's this dispute led to the short-lived Falklands War.
To the north, Argentina has a wonderfully diverse topography which is affected greatly by both latitude and altitude. While most of Argentina lies within South America's temperate zone, climates range from tropical in the north to sub-polar in the south. In general, Argentina can be divided into six geographical zones: the fertile central Pampas, marshy Mesopotamia in the northeast, the densely forested Chaco region of the north, high plateaus in the northwest, the mighty Andes to the west, and the stunningly beautiful windswept plateaus of Patagonia.
While the natural beauty of Argentina is breathtaking, its cities, culture, and people also make the country a great place to visit and very unique. Our Spanish schools in Argentina are surrounded by beautiful landscapes that youll never forget. Like Chile to the west, Argentina has deep cultural ties to Europe, and this is especially apparent in Buenos Aires. The city has broad avenues, excellent museums, great theatre, world class restaurants, a pulsating nightlife, plus much more. If you like big city life, there are few better places to visit anywhere in the world than Buenos Aires.
For something a little slower paced, why not visit Cordoba, the second largest city in Argentina. This city well known for its colonial architecture, churches and universities. At one time, this city was considered the most important city in Argentina. Though no longer the dominant city of the country, it still offers the visitor the charm and grace not found in other cities its size. For visitors, Cordoba also tends to be a great jumping off point to many other attractions in the surrounding areas.
Argentina is home to a variety of musical styles and traditions, many of which are the result of a blending of indigenous and immigrant cultures. European-influenced music of Argentina includes church musical traditions from Spain and Italy. If you love music, dont think twice, Argentina is a good option to learn Spanish in Latin America and fall in love with its music.
There are two main kinds of folk music heard almost everywhere in Argentina. One is music that comes from several original indigenous cultures, the other is creole music of the Spanish colonists.
The Tango is Argentina's cultural contribution to the world. This intense couples dance has come to represent the essence of Latin style. The music emphasizes themes of desire, loneliness, passion, despair, and jealousy. The instruments would include an accordion, guitar, violin, piano, and string bass.