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  • Spanish classes and Night out on the Town!

    It is an inevitable fact that while studying a new language – what about Spanish in Buenos Aires –  you will have days when it feels as though your head is going explode from all of the new vocabulary, verb conjugations, and expressions.  Fortunately, there is a great new way to blow off a bit of steam during your time at AMAUTA SPANISH SCHOOL in Buenos Aires, that will also give you some great insight into why many people consider Buenos Aires one of the world’s top nightlife destinations.  The Buenos Aires Pub Crawl, or BA Pub Crawl, is taking the city’s nightlife scene by storm.  Operated by a fun and truly international staff, the BA Pub Crawl is a great option for those with little experience in this large city to meet other travelers as well as locals, in a night that will lead them to four or five different city hot spots.  What´s more, the BA Pub Crawl operates its nightlife tour in three different and distinct city locations, each offering an entirely unique experience.

    Spanish classes and Night out on the Town!

    AMAUTA Spanish School offers the exceptional opportunity to follow the Spanish Program at three different locations, each highlighting a different aspect of Peruvian culture: the beautiful city of Cusco, the rainforest of Manu and the picturesque village of Pisaq, at 15 minutes walking from the main square and the market, in the Sacred Valley of the Incas. Due to the lower altitude (2800 meters) the climate here is warmer than in Cusco. Here you can explore Peru as it is and feel like you are truly immersed in the culture.

    Study Spanish in Pisac in the Sacred Valley of the Incas

    The Sacred Valley Spanish Program maintains the high level of instruction, as all AMAUTA teachers rotate between the locations. In AMAUTA Pisac, the students live with the teachers in the residence, with many opportunities to practice Spanish. The Spanish classes will take place in either the morning or in the late afternoon, allowing time for the multitude of opportunities for exploring the Valley. Two guided excursions are included in the program.


    Bariloche – the portal to Patagonia- is a wonderful place to learn Spanish. This small town in the South of Argentina, surrounded by mountains and lakes, is absolutely safe and you can combine your Spanish study with lots of activities such as rafting, kayaking, paragliding, scuba diving, skiing, fly fishing and horseback riding. Bariloche is also the main hub for traveling around the Lake District, the gateway to Patagonia, and the “chocolate capital” of Argentina.  Only an 18 hour bus drive from Buenos Aires (or a hour and a half flight) and you enter in a different world.

    Weekend Trip for Spanish Students in Buenos Aires, Mar de Plata