Posts Tagged ‘Spanish immersion in Buenos Aires’

Comida que me gusta en argentina

Friday, December 3, 2010 14:15

Categories - Argentine Customs and Culture, Argentine Recipes, Restaurants, Bars, Cafes, Clubs - 0 Comments

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En Argentina, la comida siempre es la mejor excusa para reunirse. Pizzas  con amigos, pastas con la familia, ¡asados con todos!

El almuerzo favorito de mi infancia fue la milanesa con papas fritas y huevo frito, y los¬† asados que hac√≠a mi pap√°, que por supuesto siempre eran los mejores! Toda la familia se juntaba para compartir ese momento tan especial. Mi mam√° nunca logr√≥ que tomara sopa, ni a√ļn en los d√≠as m√°s fr√≠os del invierno. Mi enemistad con la sopa fue disminuyendo con el tiempo, y ahora,¬† de vez en cuando, puedo tomar alguna.

En el interior del país, la gente hace una pausa al mediodía y almuerza tranquilamente, siempre comida recién preparada en casa. En cambio en las grandes ciudades, la actividad laboral nos lleva a tener un almuerzo muy breve, que puede ser ensalada, sandwich o las clásicas tartas y empanadas. Dentro del sandwich argentino, uno se puede encontrar con la más variada gama de ingredientes: desde tomate y lechuga, hasta un rico lomito asado. La cena se convierte, entonces, en el plato principal del día.

Personalmente prefiero las comidas simples, sin demasiados condimentos: carne al horno o en milanesa, con alguna guarnici√≥n de papas, pur√© o fideos; pastas con manteca o salsa de crema, y por supuesto todas las variedades de pizza. Tambi√©n me gusta mucho hacer ‚Äúpicada‚ÄĚ antes de la cena, que consiste en trozos de quesos varios, salam√≠n, jam√≥n, aceitunas, man√≠‚Ķ

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Los postres son, definitivamente, mi debilidad: tortas de chocolate, helados, masas de confitería, alfajores y flanes… todos son bienvenidos! Muchos de estos postres puedo hacerlos yo misma en casa, con lo que el placer es doble: preparlos y luego degustarlos!

En Expanish organizamos una cena todas las semanas para nuestros estudiantes, en la que visitamos restaurantes y probamos comidas deliciosas. Si querés saber de qué se trata, contactanos.

Carina

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What to do in December as a Spanish Student in Buenos Aires

Wednesday, December 1, 2010 8:21

Categories - Argentina News, Argentina Travel Info, Argentine Customs and Culture, Art, Museums, Theatre & Cinema, Buenos Aires City Attractions, Concerts, Events, Festivals and Holidays, Expanish News, Spanish - 1 Comment

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As the end of the year and the holidays approach, Buenos Aires will be getting warmer, which means more outdoor activities.  If you are staying here through Christmas and New Years, these events will really help you experience everything that is going on for the rest of 2010.

Festivals

Buenos Aires International Jazz Festival (Dec. 3 ‚Äď Dec -8 )

Location: Eight different locations in the city

Cost ‚Äď Varies (some events are free and some concerts have a small cost)

International Tango Day (Dec. 11)
Location ‚Äď Various (Gran Milonga Nacional ‚Äď Ave. De Mayo)

With shows and concerts throughout the city, one of the most exciting is the Gran Milonga Nacional where the street of Avenida de Mayo in downtown Buenos Aires gets turned into one big tango dance hall.

Fiesta Nacional del Gaucho (Dec. 11 ‚Äď Dec. 13)

Location ‚Äď General Madariaga (in the Province of Buenos Aires). Celebrate everything there is about the traditional Argentine Gaucho just south of Buenos Aires for this annual festival. Horse shows, hand-made crafts and great food accompany all the exciting customs and traditions that is the world of a gaucho.

Cost – Free

Events

Argentine Polo Open (Nov. 13 ‚Äď Dec. 4 Only on weekends)

Location ‚Äď Hipodromo (corner¬†of Avenida¬†Libertador¬†and¬†Avenida¬†Dorrego)

Haven¬īt seen a polo game yet?¬† Make sure to head over to the Hipodromo to get a first-hand experience before the Argentine Polo Opens ends.

Cost: Varies depending on seat

Casa Vela HIV/AIDS Fundraiser (Dec. 5 @ 4pm)

Location ‚Äď Parque Patricios (Ave. Casero and La Rioja)

Come support Casa Vela, a non-profit organization focused on promoting HIV/AIDS awareness and education, at their annual 2K walk.

Cost: A t-shirt is $35 pesos

Feria de Artesanías (Dec. 7 РDec. 12 @ 3pm Р10pm)

Location: La Rural (Av. Sarmiento 2704)

This is the largest artisan fair in the country where the over 50,000 visitors can browse (and buy) hand-made goods by over 500 artists.  If you enjoy the regular ferias in the plazas of the city, this is the mother-load.

Cost – $15 pesos to enter

Nuestra Feria de Dise√Īo (Dec. 17 and Dec. 18 @ 2pm ‚Äď 9pm)

Location: Universidad de Palermo (Ecuador 933)

Design students from the Universidad de Palermo will be showing off their collections and everything will be for sale!  This is a chance to get one-of-a-kind pieces and support local students.

Cost: Free entrance

10 A√Īos 10 Cortos. Una d√©cada de gran cine (Dec. 7 @6:30pm)

Location: Biblioteca Nacional (Aguero 2502)

Organized by the magazine Babia, the Biblioteca Nacional will present the 10 best Argentine short films of the last 10 years.  Plus, you can check out the Biblioteca Nacional, which is a sight in itself.

Cost: Free

Marta Minuj√≠n Exposition (Nov. 26 ‚Äď Feb. 7)

Location ‚Äď MALBA (Museo de Arte Latinoamericano de Buenos Aires) – Avda. Figueroa Alcorta 3415

The MALBA is finishing 2010 with an exposition of Marta Minuj√≠n, an Argentine pop artist.¬† It will show over 100 pieces of her work from the 60s, 70s, and 80s ‚Äď a must see.

Cost ‚Äď $20 pesos to enter ($8 on Wednesdays)

Buenos Aires Philharmonic (Dec. 2 @8:30pm)

Location ‚Äď Teatro Col√≥n (Cerrito 628)

See the last performance of the year of the Buenos Aires Philharmonic.  Seats go quickly, so buy yours now!

Cost ‚Äď Varies depending on seats

Concerts

Here are just some of the artists who will be playing in Buenos Aires during this month:

The Wailers ‚Äď 1/12

Yes ‚Äď 3/12

Daddy Yankee ‚Äď 4/12

Panic at the Disco! ‚Äď 8/12

Stone Temple Pilots ‚Äď 9/12

Armin van Buuren ‚Äď 10/12 & 11/12

*For purchasing tickets, check out TicketPortal or Ticketek

For things to do during Christmas and New Years, we will be exploring that in depth later on in the month, so check back soon!

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The Expanish New School Building Inauguration – The Big Party in Buenos Aires

Wednesday, November 24, 2010 13:18

Categories - Argentina News, Buenos Aires City Attractions, Concerts, Events, Festivals and Holidays, Expanish News, Spanish - 0 Comments

Inauguracion Expanish 4 300x200 The Expanish New School Building Inauguration   The Big Party in Buenos Aires

On Thursday, November 11 Expanish celebrated the opening of the new Spanish school, with its inauguration event and cocktail reception.¬† Even though Expanish moved to its custom-made building in July, the official ceremony was held on the perfect spring night where we invited friends, family, and community members to come together and enjoy excellent food, music and good company ‚Äď to thank all those who worked hard in supporting Expanish over the years.

Behind the scenes, the day was filled with preparations to put together all the finishing touches to the building.  The Expanish team anxiously finished all the day’s work just in time before the guests began to arrive.  It was important for us to give each person visiting the school, a personalized tour of the facilities as it was the first time many have seen the new school.

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Many people who have been long time supporters of Expanish, had never seen our new building, so it was quite fun (and a bit of a workout climbing all the stairs) being able to show all six floors to those who have witnessed the growth of the school, and remembers Expanish beginnings in a tiny office in Recoleta.    Many do not know but Expanish originally started in that small office in 2006, working with partner language schools across Latin America.  Then, in 2008 we opened the Expanish Spanish Institute, on Viamonte 927, offering cultural language immersion programs to foreigners from all over the world.  Although the building on Viamonte had a lot of character, the new building has been custom-made to cater to learning Spanish, something that is a rarity to find in South America as it has been modeled after many English language institutes worldwide.  It was exciting to hear feedback from first-time visitors as the school and facilities had brought them back to their years living or studying in Europe or the USA, reminding them of their secondary schools and universities.

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In addition to family, friends, professors, staff, accommodation hosts, activity providers, and students, we were thrilled to have in attendance journalists and reporters from both local and foreign news sources, representatives from the travel and education industry, and leaders in the Buenos Aires community such as Hern√°n Lombardi who is the Secretary of Culture and Tourism of the city of Buenos Aires, Oscar Castillo, a National Senator, and Marcelo Garcia, the Presidente of SEA (Association of Centers and Teaching of Languages).

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The rest of the night was filled with tasty appetizers, wine, a music show, mingling and a presentation from the co-founders Agustin Vignale and Alejandro Rched ‚Äď who gave a brief overview of the history of Expanish and the types of language and immersion programs that are offered.¬† What a great night for everyone to celebrate the growth and success of Expanish!

Come and visit or see a slide show of our new school building here.

Allie

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Two weeks of studying Spanish in Buenos Aires and I already feel at home.

Monday, October 4, 2010 15:08

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exp mixed 79 Two weeks of studying Spanish in Buenos Aires and I already feel at home.
“Me gustas tu!” Not what you might normally hear in a classroom.

 

So two weeks and have gone by since my first blog about studying with Expanish. That‚Äôs forty hours of class, hundreds of hours of practice, and several ¬†hours of a slightly sore head after practice went on a little late into the night‚Ķ ¬†But that shows just how much you can progress in such a short space of time! You might think that after just two weeks of studying a language from beginner level, you would still be very much stuck at that the ‚Äúuna cerveza por favor‚ÄĚ, kind of stage, or if you‚Äôre particularly switched on, you might be able to bore someone to tears with a list of what you like doing in your spare time‚Ķ ¬†However, when you¬īre immersed in a city like Buenos Aires, you have the opportunity to practice your Spanish every minute of the day; meeting other students at Expanish, going out for dinner, buying something from a shop and if nothing else, apologizing to everyone who¬īs toes you manage to stand on whilst sardine-packed into the Subte during rush hour.

So it would seem that my fellow students and I have come a long way in a very short space of time. When thinking about lessons, some may conjure up the idea of being back at school wishing all kinds of calamity to befall whichever idiot decided that simultaneous equations were a good idea. In reality, Spanish lessons here are more like a series of interesting discussions and picking up the language as you go. Of course, the grammar is important and we cover some of this every day- you don‚Äôt want to suffer the embarrassment of saying ‚ÄúEstoy caliente‚ÄĚ on a hot day for example‚Ķ people might get the wrong idea. Our teacher, Silvina, continues to keep our lessons fun and interesting by punctuating classes with different activities and teaching us some Spanish songs such as Manu Chao¬īs ‚ÄúMe gustas tu‚ÄĚ. They¬īre not at all hard to understand and a great alternative way to learn some new vocab.

The more Spanish I learn, the more my confidence grows, allowing me to meet and really get to know the people (or porte√Īos as they are called) of Buenos Aires. Next stop, Argentine girlfriend‚Ķ optimistic but what better way to practice my newly acquired skill? ¬†

Check my blog this time next week to see what news this week at Expanish will bring

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Living with a family whilst studying in Buenos Aires

Friday, October 1, 2010 14:09

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expanish activities03 211 Living with a family whilst studying in Buenos AiresSoy parte del Equipo de Expanish y me desempe√Īo como Coordinadora de Alojamientos.

Dentro de mis actividades m√°s desafiantes en el √°rea, es buscar y conocer hosts que se encuentran interesados en recibir a nuestros estudiantes.

Consideramos que  nuestras casas de familia deberán tener calidad por su ubicación, su cercanía, su limpieza, sus comodidades, pero nos involucramos mucho en encontrar Familias que disfruten del estudiante y que se pueda sentir parte de la casa como si fuera de él o ella.

Todas nuestras casas de familia comparten nuestros valores y creencias, sin embargo rescato una casa en especial, que más allá de su ubicación, su limpieza y sus  comodidades,  los hosts han hecho de varios alumnos, una experiencia excepcional.

El departamento se encuentra ubicado en Palermo Viejo, una de las mejores zonas de Buenos Aires. En ella, vive en matrimonio que comenzaron a alojar estudiantes cuando sus hijas empezaron a casarse e independizarse.

Hoy por hoy, tienen mucha experiencia con los chicos que reciben y tratan siempre de hacer algo diferente con cada uno de ellos.

Disfrutan mucho con el estudiante durante las comidas, especialmente en las cenas, intentan que los mismos, prueben comidas variadas al estilo Argentino y adem√°s ¬†aprovechan este tiempo para¬† generar un ambiente social m√°s profundo que el del d√≠a a d√≠a, con el fin de que el estudiante tenga la oportunidad de profundizar la pr√°ctica del espa√Īol.

Durante los fines de semana,¬† si el tiempo, el clima y entre otras cosas, los ayuda un poco, salen a pasear para tomar un caf√©, un helado o para que conozcan alg√ļn lugar t√≠pico.

Tuve la oportunidad de compartir con esta familia en uno de los cumplea√Īos que festejaron¬† a uno de los estudiantes que se estaba hospedando en su casa y la verdad es que no hab√≠a pasado ni hora y yo me sent√≠a parte de ellos.

Veía como los chicos se sentían en casa, ayudaban a traer cosas, lavar la vajilla, servir bebidas, mientras otros ayudaban a prender la brasa para el asado.

Fue ahí cuando no sólo afirmé los comentarios y los testimonios de los alumnos, sino que también pude tener la experiencia con ellos.

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Vibrant Working Class Neighborhoods of San Telmo and La Boca

Wednesday, February 25, 2009 12:29

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bombonera Vibrant Working Class Neighborhoods of San Telmo and La BocaWhen foreigners come to Buenos Aires, they cannot help but hear about the beautiful neighborhoods of La Boca and San Telmo. These neighborhoods are filled with vibrant colors, festivals, tango shows, and an overwhelming sense of tradition. There is no way to better immerse yourself into the Spanish culture of Buenos Aires than to take a stroll around El Caminito in La Boca or the weekend Feria in San Telmo.

El Caminito is the part of La Boca directly beside the port that used to be ghettos to house the heavy number of foreign immigrants coming in from Europe. Today it is known for colorful buildings, vibrant tango shows, art shops, and good outdoor restaurants. Only eight blocks away from El Caminito is the stadium of Boca, known as La Bombonera. This is one of if not the most famous sporting venue on the entire continent of South America.

Just one neighborhood away is San Telmo; the neighborhood where locals say Tango got its origin. Every weekend on Saturday and Sunday in-between the hours of 10 until 5pm, the street traffic is closed off to make room for the San Telmo Feria. The fair starts in Plaza Dorrega and continues straight through the neighborhood. Here, you will find store after store of arts, jewelry, crafts, clothing, and food. It is one of the most crowed festivals you will find in Buenos Aires full of tourists and locals alike. It is also a great place to practice your bargaining skills in Spanish!

With the fall rapidly approaching, do not miss out on a chance to study Spanish in Argentina with Expanish in a great time of year. Click here to cheek out www.expanish.com.

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Looking for shopping and culture in the same place? Students in Spanish immersion courses in Buenos Aires can get their fill of both in the beautiful Galerías Pacifico.

Friday, October 10, 2008 7:36

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For students studying Spanish in Buenos Aires, a day or night at the Galer√≠as Pacifico creates a perfect outing by combining great shopping and dining along with culture and history. This beautiful mall, once a building owned by the railroad company of the state, is located on Florida, known for its architectural innovation and dynamic shopping. During the late 1800¬īs and early 1900¬īs the building went through many changes mostly due to the economic crisis in that time and by 1908 the building was separated into part gallery of shops and part railroad administration. Students studying Spanish in Buenos Aires can admire this building from the outside along the streets of Cordoba and Florida.

 

Although always architecturally beautiful the building received a boost of color in 1945 when 5 famous muralists painted the buildings central dome in 5 different themes. Together and yet separate these artists managed to paint this dome using different colors, shapes, and themes and yet creating one fluid and beautiful mural. Students studying Spanish in Buenos Aires can enter the building and head to its centre to admire this dome.¬† Students learning Spanish in Buenos Aires can learn more by taking one of the guided tours offered in the afternoons ‚Äď in Spanish of course!

 

Alongside its history, the Galer√≠as Pacifico offers up fantastic shopping, activities, and dining options. It has over 200 shops located throughout the building and a food court that includes everything from fine dining to fast food. The building also has a movie theatre and is home to the Centro Cultural Borges, offering various exhibitions and activities, and the Julio Bocca¬īs School of Ballet. Students in Spanish immersion courses in Buenos Aires can check out either of these websites for event guides or for more information.

 

This historical city mall is a must see for students in Spanish immersion courses in Buenos Aires for its unique combination of shopping, art, and culture.

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Students studying Spanish in Argentina can get their ‚Äėsweet-on‚Äô in this dessert loving nation. Dulce de Leche, Alfajores, and Flan, Oh My!

Thursday, September 18, 2008 12:25

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Students who have come to study Spanish in Argentina often are hit by the sweet tooth of Argentina before they have even gone through customs. They perhaps have already been tempted by a delicious Alfajor on the plan ride over or have seen its brightly wrapped exterior in an airport store window. Regardless, students in Spanish immersion courses in Argentina will soon discover that this is a country of sweet-toothed people.

 

Let us start with the Alfajor since we already mentioned it and our mouths have already started to water. The Alfajore, cookie by nature, is a delicious circular treat, formed by two rounds of sweet bread, a delicious middle of dulce de leche or jam, and a sugar layered exterior. Students studying Spanish in Buenos Aires cannot miss this delicious cookie sitting in the windows of corner stores, bakeries, and coffee shops. Students will also discover a quick Spanish lesson in Buenos Aires when they must learn to ask for it, in what form, with what filling, etc…Delicious.

 

That brings us to dulce de leche. This is milk based sauce used as filling in cookies, cakes, pancakes, etc… Students taking Spanish classes in Buenos Aires often already know the sweet tale of this syrup, as it is also common in other countries throughout Latin America. Students in Spanish immersion in Buenos Aires can make this syrup by simply slowly heating condensed milk until it singes and becomes like caramel. However, since it is offered on almost every corner, we advise you just buy a ready made pot.

 

Last but certainly not least is the ‚Äėoh‚Äô so popular, he said she said of deserts, Flan. There is no certain origin of flan and it is correct to say that most countries take some sort of credit for it and therefore it is the desert of all countries. In Argentina, students in¬†Spanish immersion courses in Buenos Aires¬†will be able to find this delicious desert on almost any menu, more often than not, covered in dulce de leche. Students taking¬†Spanish classes in Buenos Aires¬†should also learn how to make this simple recipe and pair it with the dulce de leche above!

 

When visiting Argentina, students in Spanish immersion courses in Buenos Aires should not miss the opportunity to take advantage of these delicious sweets, strike up a conversation with a local, and practice Spanish.

 

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Experience the Traditional Estancia while taking Spanish immersion courses in Argentina

Thursday, September 11, 2008 13:31

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Students who¬†study Spanish in Argentina¬†and at Expanish will have the remarkable opportunity to visit a typical and traditional Argentine¬†estancia¬†during their¬†Spanish immersion courses in Argentina.¬†What is an ‚Äėestancia‚Äô?Estancia¬†is the Spanish word for ranch. And although similar to a typical ranch, for example,¬†estancias¬†tend to be much bigger in size than that of a North American ranch.¬†Estancias¬†offer many ‚Äėcowboy‚Äô activities and are a wonderful experience for those taking¬†Spanish immersion courses in Argentina.

Estancias, in the past and now, continue to play a huge part in the economy of Argentina as they are the producers and exporters of meat and grain around the world. Students who come to learn Spanish in Argentinaand Buenos Aires must learn that this is not your typical farming practice; to Argentines it is as much of an art as is the art of wine making. Spanish immersion in Buenos Aires students will have the option to visit severalestancias located close to Buenos Aires and in and around Argentina.

Students¬†studying Spanish in Argentina¬†will be able to not only visit but also stay a night on a working¬†estancia¬†in order to learn about the¬†Gaucho¬†(Argentine ‚Äėcowboy‚Äô) culture and tradition.¬†Estancias¬†offer their visitors activities such as hikes, swimming, horseback riding, cattle drives, or to join in on the daily activities of¬†gauchos. For a total¬†Spanish immersion in Argentina¬†experience, students should stay for the lunchtime¬†asados(barbeque), to learn about the art of cooking meat and vegetables from around the country.

During these asados, gauchos are known to enjoy grouping around a fire to play and sing folk music. These traditional songs are all in Spanish and are a great way for students learning Spanish in Argentina to pick up some traditional words and song tunes. Not only do gauchos love folk music but they also love to sit around the fire and tell stories and legends about Argentina and its people.

Expanish offers a day trip to a nearby estancia once a month for its Spanish immersion in Buenos Aires students who take programs of eight weeks or more. Our package for our Spanish students in Argentina includes: Round trip transfer from Buenos Aires, Snacks and a large asado lunch with unlimited drinks, a folklore dancing show, agaucho horseback show, horseback and carriage rides, and optional overnight stay with breakfast.

Visiting an estancia on the country side is one of the most Argentine activities that students who study Spanish in Argentina can take part in. For students in Spanish immersion courses in Buenos Aires at Expanish there are many estancias close by that they can experience the gaucho culture, relax and enjoy nature, and make the most out of their Spanish immersion courses in Argentina.

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Students in Spanish immersion in Buenos Aires are getting ‚ÄėArtsy‚Äô!

Wednesday, September 10, 2008 12:51

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It is no secret that¬†Buenos Aires¬†is a city of mystery, culture, music, and art. The city boasts some of the best theatres, music venues, art galleries, and museums in¬†Latin America.¬†Students in Spanish immersion in¬†Buenos Aires¬†will get to indulge in their artistic side starting September 21, at¬†‚ÄėLa Semana Del Arte‚Äô, Buenos Aires Art Week 2008.

 

This week is the most important art event in Buenos Aires during the year and pulls in hundreds of visitors and locals. This year will be the fifth consecutive year of Buenos Aires Art week and students learning Spanish inBuenos Aires will have the chance to learn about art in Latin America and around the world. Almost 100 art galleries, museums, and cultural centers from around the city will be participating in this event.

 

Students learning Spanish in¬†Buenos Aires¬†will be able to enjoy guided tours, cultural and artistic activities, concerts, and more during this week, all free of charge.¬†Students in Spanish immersion in¬†Buenos Aires¬†can also go out and enjoy special ‚Äėgallery nights‚Äô. These will take place on 24th, 25th and 26 nights; the art galleries in the neighborhoods of¬†Palermo, San Telmo, Puerto Madero, Retiro and Recoleta will open their doors from 7pm and up until midnight.

 

Students studying Spanish in Buenos Aires can find a schedule of events at http://www.lasemanadelarte.com.ar/.

 

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