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Vamos Spanish Academy is a well-rounded Spanish language school perfectly located in the dynamic Palermo neighborhood in Buenos Aires. Our small group classes and our own customized materials allow students to truly practice and learn in a clear...more
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Av. Coronel Diaz 1736 | Palermo, Buenos Aires 1425, Argentina
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I wanted to experience a fully immersive study abroad in Argentina and found Vamos Spanish school. I decided to sign-up with them because of their location in Palermo that is considered very safe but also the fact that they don't charge registration fees or any...More
My experience at the school was very positive. Learning another language is tough work but the staff at the school tries to keep it casual in order to encourage its students. I like that all the instructors are Argentine in order to tap into a...More
I decided to take some Spanish classes pretty last minute while I was in Buenos Aires. I chose to check out Vamos because it was convenient to where I was staying. The staff was very helpful, and I was able to sign up right away....More
Overall my experience at Vamos was very nice. I knew some Spanish before and I was placed at a class that I felt was right for my level. Even though we had 5 of us in the class, I still had a lot of chances...More
We (my girlfriend and I) took spanish lessons at vamos for about 4 weeks. While she already had some knowledge I came as a complete beginner. So the academic director suggested group lessons for me and private classes for her. Even though the private classes...More
First, reading through some of these other reviews, there must be massive variation between teachers and classes at the school or some of the reviews are less than genuine. I attended classes at Vamos for a week, 4 hours/day for 5 days. I would say...More
Before I went to Vamos Spanish, I knew only the basics, and I spoke like a caveman. In two weeks, I learned how to order food in a restaurant, how to talk to taxi drivers, how to tell a story in the past and continuous...More
I studied Spanish here for a week and was really impressed by the level of effort and detail that was put in by the staff - both in terms of assessing my existing spanish to put me in the right class, and also in the...More
We took lessons with Barbara at Vamos. We loved them. The lessons were a good mix of learning the basics, as well as some helpful sentences, vocabulary, scenarios for whilst we are traveling. The materials provided in class were useful and Barbara was a great...More
Excellent high quality teaching, and also social and cultural events if you wish. We spent 4 weeks here, and would do again. Particular mention to Agustina and Julian, our dedicated and patient teachers. The location is really central, although the building and furniture look very...More
Characterized by the French-style mansions which are the legacy of its aristocratic past, Recoleta is the true “Paris of the South.” Walking around this neighborhood is an experience like no other in Buenos Aires: its streets are lined with elegant apartment buildings, exclusive boutiques, and former mansions turned into high-end hotels and embassies, which exude an alluring air of sophistication and class. You'll
also find a rich cultural scene centered on the National Museum of Fine Arts, the National Library, and the Recoleta Cultural Center; as well as some great shopping spots, like the Buenos Aires Design Mall with an artists' fair set up in Plaza Francia every weekend.
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Hostels in Palermo? (2 Replies)
Hi all. I'm going to be in BsAs for a month attending a language school (Vamos Spanish Academy) and I'm wanting to stay in Palermo, where the school is located. However, all the hostels in the Palermo that I'm finding have pretty bad reviews. Has anyone had a good experience with a hostel in the Palermo area? There has to be some decent ones seeing how it's such a big travel destination for tourists. Thanks
October 15, 2013|
Which Palermo ? There is Botanico, Soho, Hollywood ... I only remember of a couple of hostels in Recoleta that were not given horrible reviews, but that was some time ago and I don't know the names. . Frankly, I think renting a studio apt in BA would be preferable to staying in a hostel in BA.
Spanish schools (and is payment before arrival normal?) (10 Replies)
I'm travelling to Buenos Aires in June and July, and am hoping to do at least 4-5 weeks of spanish studies. I'm a total beginner, so my plan is to learn some spanish, and then travel a bit in Argentine. I just checked out a school called Vamos Spanish Academy, have any of you had any experience with this school? The prices seem ok, they have several extra activities, and they seem very helpful (they even have an airport pickup service, which is definitely something I appreciate). But...More
March 19, 2010|
Getting to any address in BA from the airport is quite easy by taxi or remise,which is a private car service, either of which can be arranged at the arrivals area . Finding a place to stay online is very easy at any price range. There are MANY reputable schools where you can learn Spanish. I think that it would be very foolish to pay in advance for any service or accommodation. Possibly a small deposit. What they consider as "fabulous", you may consider as a dump. There are con artists in...More