Where to Learn Spanish in Argentina: Top 3 Cities

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Someone asked me where to learn Spanish in Argentina and, almost immediately, three cities came to my mind. 

If you’re planning to learn Spanish in Argentina, you might be wondering where to start your journey. Argentina is a beautiful country with a rich culture and a unique Spanish language variant that you won’t hear anywhere else in the world.

In this blog post, we’ll explore the top 3 cities where you can learn Spanish in Argentina. Plus, I’ll tell you what makes each city special and which one might be better for you.

Learn Spanish in Buenos Aires

The capital city of Argentina is a popular destination for Spanish language learners from all over the world. The city is home to many language schools that offer courses for all levels of learners. You can choose between group classes or private lessons, depending on your goals and preferences. 

Buenos Aires is also a great place to immerse yourself in the local culture and practice your language skills outside of the classroom. There’s lots to see and do in Buenos Aires! Therefore, you won’t miss a chance to practice your Spanish skills. 

What Makes Buenos Aires Special

Buenos Aires is the right place for you to learn Spanish if you:

  • appreciate multicultural cities,
  • enjoy cities with rich cultural heritage, with numerous museums, art galleries, and theaters,
  • are interested in a unique blend of European architecture and Latin American culture,
  • enjoy eclectic places where every neighborhood has its own identity,
  • are passionate about tango dance culture,
  • wish to be well connected with other cities in Argentina,
  • enjoy lively nightlife.

Córdoba: A Vibrant Place to Learn Spanish

Córdoba is a historic city located in central Argentina. It’s known for its colonial architecture, lively nightlife, and friendly locals. 

There are several language schools in Cordoba that offer immersive courses that combine language learning with cultural activities. Take into account that “el cordobés” can be its own language. The accent in this region has a special rhythm and sounds as if people were sort of singing. It ‘s very charming! 

What Makes Córdoba Special

Córdoba is the right place for you to learn Spanish if you:

  • love nature and enjoy hiking,
  • want to visit the oldest and most prestigious universities in Latin America,
  • care for rich cultural heritage, numerous museums, art galleries, and theaters,
  • enjoy lively nightlife.

Learn Spanish in Sunny Mendoza 

If you’re looking for a more relaxed and scenic environment to learn Spanish, Mendoza might be the perfect destination for you. This city is located in the foothills of the Andes mountains and is known for its wine production and outdoor activities. There are several language schools in Mendoza that offer courses for all levels of learners.

What Makes Mendoza Special

Mendoza is the right place for you to learn Spanish if you:

  • love sunny weather,
  • enjoy nature and hiking, 
  • take pleasure in visiting wineries and vineyards,
  • love drinking good wine,
  • wish to see breathtaking views of the snow-capped peaks of the Andes,
  • enjoy lively festivals,
  • want to be relatively close to Santiago de Chile.

Learn Argentine Spanish From Home

Did you think this blog post was just for adventurous travelers? ¡Me extraña araña! I want to invite you to start learning Spanish today from the comfort of your own home. Join the Easy Argentine Spanish community to practice your Spanish daily. 

We will work on your Spanish skills through reading, listening, writing, and speaking! I personally host weekly group conversational lessons every day from Monday to Thursday. Are you interested? Click here for more info!

Conclusion

No matter where you choose to learn Spanish in Argentina, you’ll be surrounded by friendly locals, beautiful landscapes, and a unique language variant that will enrich your cultural experience.

Lastly, if you’d like to learn Argentine Spanish from the comfort of your own home, I am here for you in the online world! Click here for more info.

So, ¿dónde vas a aprender español? (Where are you going to learn Spanish?) Dejame un comentario abajo. 

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