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Study Abroad Life in Buenos Aires

Life Abroad

Known as the Paris of South America, it’s easy to see why this southern metropolis is one of the best locations in South America to study abroad. Famous for its flavorful meats, rich wines, and seductive tango, Buenos Aires is the perfect city to practice your Spanish and live an unforgettable study abroad experience.

Argentina is a country rich in history and culture; from its Italian roots influencing the local cuisine, language, and dialect, to the traditional drink and pastime (mate), this is one Argentine adventure you don’t want to miss out on!

Studying abroad in Buenos Aires is the perfect opportunity for students to immerse themselves in the life of a porteño. Sip mate in the park with friends, eat medialunas for merienda, and dance the night away at a boliche. Study abroad life in Buenos Aires is full of adventure and excitement around every corner.

Study Abroad Life In Buenos Aires
Study Abroad Life In Buenos Aires
Study Abroad Life In Buenos Aires
Study Abroad Life In Buenos Aires

Quick Facts about Argentina

Argentina was the first country in South America to legalize same-sex marriage

Argentines consume about 60 kg of meat per year per capita

Ushuaia is the southernmost town on earth

Argentina is the 8th largest country by landmass

Life Studying Abroad in Argentina
Life Studying Abroad in Argentina

Tips About Buenos Aires

Tip #1: Take advantage of the parks. Buenos Aires is a city filled to the brim with parks and green spaces. With over 250 parks, you’ll never be short of options for a lazy afternoon. Make like a local and drink some mate with friends in the shaded area of a park.

Tip #2: Explore Tigre on a Day Trip. Also known as an undeveloped Venice, Tigre is the small, channel-filled town that lies just 45 minutes outside of the main city of Buenos Aires. It is the perfect destination for a one-day getaway from the city. On the weekends, the streets fill with artisanal markets and short boat rides throughout the Delta become very popular.

Tip #3: Tango the night away. It’s widely known that Buenos Aires is the city of the Tango, and it definitely doesn’t disappoint. Enroll in a Tango class to get the basics down and then spend your nights at a Milonga. You’ll be able to learn the dance significantly quicker and have real life practice, all while practicing your Spanish and meeting locals.

Activities Offered by Expanish Study Abroad

Studying abroad is just as much about academic learning as it is a cultural experience. Expanish Study Abroad provides weekly free activities for students looking to get involved beyond the classroom.

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