Amauta Spanish School

Buenos Aires, Argentina

Amauta Spanish School offers the unique opportunity to learn Spanish while immersed in Latin American culture through dance, traditional music, and cooking vacations.

Testimonials 4

  • Travelers

    Amauta Spanish School website

    My name is David and I'm studying Spanish with AMAUTA Spanish School. We did a lot of excursions to Inca ruins and, in the school itself, we learned a lot. I came with a beginner Spanish level and I improved in grammar, conversation, and listening. I understand a lot now! I would highly recommend AMAUTA Spanish School because it's just fun! You can live at the school, get your laundry done, and it's just a nice place to be.

  • Trix van Halder Netherlands

    Amauta Spanish School Facebook

    I have followed a four week Spanish language course at Amauta. Time really flies when you are in Buenos Aires. The teachers, the students, the city, the food, the tango, everything is fun! I really enjoyed the classes with Pablo, he makes classes more interesting and interactive by involving everyone in the conversations. We had a lot of fun with all the students. I would definitely recommend following Spanish classes at this school. There is a lot of personal attention and you feel like you are being a part of a family during your stay here. Ciao!

  • Suus Pierik Netherlands

    Amauta Spanish School Facebook

    I studied Spanish for four weeks at the Amauta Spanish School in Cusco, and I had an amazing time! I already had Spanish before, but it was really good to repeat all the past tenses, the grammar rules, and of course to learn something new; the subjuntivo with all its complicated rules. I had a really nice group and together with the teachers we had a lot of fun in class, and also during the weekly activities. We went for a walk through some of the neighborhoods in Cusco, we went to the viewpoint at Christo Blanco, and to the local university. We had two different teachers each day, and changed teachers every two weeks to create diversity, and to get used to different accents and teaching styles. I also stayed in the student-residence at the school, and shared my room with three other students. I honestly did not expect to like living here so much, since I’m not used to sharing my room. But I had a great time, we went out for dinner together, and went away for the weekends. Cusco is an amazing city to live in! There is so much to see; the Inca ruins, the Sacred Valley, and much more. There are numerous opportunities to try the Peruvian food, and to explore the vivid nightlife together with the many tourists in Cusco. I would recommend this living / learning in Cusco to everybody!

  • Travelers

    Amauta Spanish School website

    I have had a wonderful time at AMAUTA during my four week Spanish course! I liked that the classes were very interactive. You don't only work from the books, but you talk a lot about different topics. And there is a great atmosphere, since everyone is trying to make you feel like home and they will always help you if you need something. It is also nice that they organize activities during the afternoon, so you get to meet new people and you can go do some sightseeing! Buenos Aires is one of the most beautiful cities I have ever been! I could really recommend everyone who wants to go study Spanish in Buenos Aires to go to AMAUTA. Thank you for this great experience!.

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