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Spanish School in Buenos Aires

Buenos Aires Spanish SchoolA Spanish school in one of the oldest barrios of Buenos Aires? In a building modeled on Dante's Divine Comedy? Superb teachers? Small class sizes? Discover more reasons why Ailola Buenos Aires is the language school in Buenos Aires for you!

Divine Classrooms

We don't want to brag, but Ailola Buenos Aires might just have the best location of a Spanish school in Argentina! You'll find us on level 3, in office #10, in the captivating Palacio Barolo. Once the tallest building in the city, this pristine historic palace located at 1370 Avenida de Mayo was modeled on the cosmology explained in Dante's Divine Comedy – there's a purgatory, a heaven and a hell. But don't be scared – it's just one of the many unique design concepts common in local architecture! To top things off, we promise our brave staff will look after you.

Spanish School Location

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First-class Facilities

Argentina Language School with large terrace

A smooth ride up to level 3 in the famous Palacio Barolo lifts, across freshly polished floors, to the entrance of office #10. Inside, you find:

  • 3 free-access computers
  • Students using WiFi
  • A blackboard with a day-by-day breakdown of what's on in Buenos Aires
  • A cozy lounge area
  • A conference area/common area
  • Bright, quiet and spacious classrooms
  • Bathrooms
  • Teaching equipment – a TV, DVD, projector
  • Air-conditioning and heating
  • Language materials

You've made it to Ailola Buenos Aires. ¡Bienvenido!

A Historic Barrio

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If you're not at our Spanish school in Buenos Aires, you're bound to be wondering through the cobblestone alleyways of nearby Montserrat. European in name and nature, this historic barrio is home to some of Buenos Aires' most important monuments, plazas, museums, and pedestrian shopping strips. And if Barolo Palace wasn't enough, nearby you'll find the famous Casa Rosada presidential palace, and Avenida 9 de Julio, the widest avenue in the world. To top it off our Spanish school in Buenos Aires is a stone's throw from lines A (Stop "Lima") and B (Stop "Avenida de Mayo") of the city's subte (underground), as well as dozens of bus lines that'll take you just about anywhere in the city!

School Fact Sheet

Ailola Buenos Aires is locally owned and operated, and has an enthusiastic team of professionals on hand to provide top-notch language learning services. Check out some basic facts about our Spanish school in Buenos Aires!

Buenos Aires Spanish School Building
  • Founded in: 2005
  • Distance to city center: 5 minutes
  • Free Internet access/WiFi: Yes
  • Number of computers: 3
  • Facilities for handicapped: Yes, elevator
  • Number of classrooms: 8
  • Maximum class size: 7 students
  • Heating & air-conditioning: Yes
  • Peak months: January & July
  • Internship opportunities: Yes
  • Volunteering opportunities: Yes
  • Conversation sessions: Yes, and they're free!

Our Milestones

Buenos Aires Language School Students
  • 2005 – Our Spanish language school in Palacio Barolo opens on level 8
  • 2007 – Demand grows and the team moves into a bigger office on level 3
  • 2007 – First volunteer programs offered
  • 2008 – Internship experiences available to students
  • 2009 – We obtain two more classrooms to accommodate more students
  • 2009 – First batch of students from foreign study abroad programs arrive
  • 2010 – School is recommended in Lonely Planet Argentina (and we're still there!)
  • 2011 – School forges relationship with Universidad Abierta Interamericana (UAI) in Buenos Aires, so students can obtain course credits
  • 2013 – School begins forging relationships with foreign universities
  • 2015 – We add more space to our school with more classrooms and a lounge area