Learn Spanish in Buenos Aires

Vamos Spanish Academy Language School in Argentina

Study Spanish in Buenos Aires, the perfect place from which to venture out and further explore Argentina and South America. We want you to feel like this is your second home, not just a place to study Spanish. Like you, our staff are creative, dynamic people and the Vamos Spanish Academy atmosphere is friendly and welcoming. We offer Intensive Group and Private Spanish Classes, Weekend Spanish Lessons, Online Classes, Spanish for children and families as well as cultural studies, workshops and activities to explore and enjoy all that Argentina has to offer.

Contact Us Register Now

 
 

WHY CHOOSE VAMOS SPANISH SCHOOL IN BUENOS AIRES?

 

Check Out Our Latest Blog Posts

Spanish Immersion Programs in Buenos Aires Argentina

Important factors which will determine your Study Abroad Success

The process of learning a language is a lot like an athlete training for a gold medal. There’s coaching, goal setting, hard work, determination, riding the ups and downs and modifying your strategies to get to the prize at the end. The Olympics have concluded in Rio for another 4 years and you’ve possibly been…

Bariloche Argentina

What to do in Bariloche

Bariloche Thinking about escaping the hustle and bustle of the city for a while? Look no further than a trip to San Carlos de Bariloche or simply “Bariloche,” as known by many. Located in the South of Argentina or “Patagonia,” Bariloche is a small Swiss inspired town nestled in the foothills of the Andes along…

From USA to Argentina Learning Spanish in Argentina

Living in Argentina while Studing Spanish in Buenos Aires In three days, I will have officially been in Buenos Aires for two months! It’s not like I haven’t felt it coming, since that’s one of the first questions I get when striking up a conversation with locals: “How long have you been here?” It comes right after,…

How to Learn Spanish in Argentina

My study abroad experience in Argentina I began learning Spanish over a month ago and figured it was now a good time to reflect on learning the language. As background, I grew up in the U.S. and studied Spanish until 8th grade. I then switched to studying Chinese for high school and university, living in…

The Culture of Merienda: Tea Time in Buenos Aires

Ever wonder why Porteños don’t starve whilst waiting all afternoon for their 10 PM dinner? Meriendas are the answer! If you are unfamiliar with what these are, meriendas are better known in the anglosphere as ‘afternoon tea’. Buenos Aires has an amazingly rich cafe culture, and this is one of the things I love most…

Get in Touch!

  • This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.