Spanish and Tango Course
Combine Spanish lessons with tango sessions for a memorable study abroad experience. Enjoy 20 group Spanish lessons + 2 tango group lesson (1.5 hours each)
Monday to Friday, 9:30am-1:30pm.
Minimum 1 week
In the afternoon or early evening.
Our Spanish school in Buenos Aires
Study Spanish in Buenos Aires, in a beautiful neighbourhood surrounded by green parks, trendy bars and top eateries
Relax, grab a snack and chat with other students during lesson breaks.
Explore Palermo, home of the city´s hippest shops, bars and restaurants.
Get some productive work done at our Spanish school in our laid-back co-working space.
Intensive Spanish Group Classes
Your Spanish group class will help you master the key language skills of reading, writing, speaking, and listening. We teach in small groups to encourage student participation, and use quality textbooks and materials created by our highly-qualified academic staff.
20 group Spanish classes per week of 50 minutes each.
Monday to Friday. 9:30 am - 1:30 pm or 2:30 pm - 6:30 pm.
From 1 up to 52 weeks. You can start every Monday.
The average class size is 7 students with a maximum of 12. Levels from A1 to C2.
Free after-school activities
Make friends, share good times and discover the delights of Buenos Aires with fun social activities after your Spanish lessons.
What our students say about us
One of my favorite parts about studying abroad was living with my host mom. Expanish did a really good job pairing me and my friend with her because we have a lot of the same interests and we had a lot to talk about.
Absolutely satisfied. I did my course with Expanish, which is accepted as "Bildungsurlaub" in Germany. Everything was well organized. During the course, I
learned in short time a lot and received valuable recommendations.
Expanish is absolutely recommendable for everyone that wants to learn or improve their Spanish.
I totally recommend Expanish School! I learned a lot in a very short time and everyone here is friendly and very helpful! 5 stars out of 5 🙌
Best Spanish school ever! They have great activities everyday after the classes and they're clearly always worried about their students. The teachers are great and so are the rest of the staff.
I spent an amazing week at Expanish! Great teacher! The staff is really nice and helpful and the building is gorgeous! Outside Spanish classes, the school offers many activities. During this week I took tango classes and went to a wine tasting. I definitely recommend this school!
Small classes, excellent teachers, the style of teaching works... :)), break at the right moments, interesting activities in the afternoon, pleasant atmosphere.
In my experience, the passionate teachers at Expanish excel at creating a warm and encouraging environment in which to test skills, expand knowledge and build confidence. I also found the small class sizes particularly helpful for having space to ask questions and plenty of time to practise. Would thoroughly recommend! Gracias por todo
Our team makes the difference
Our friendly staff are dedicated to offering you a memorable education experience in Buenos Aires. All of our teachers are native Spanish-speakers and highly qualified.
Our Spanish teaching methods focus on students' needs
We encourage students to study Spanish by using it every day, whether in class or out on the streets of Buenos Aires. Our Spanish teaching methods have a proven track record with over 15 years experience.
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