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Our organization is like a family that offers each student an integrating frame that facilitates immersion in the local society. Because our students are part of this family, and because the family of ABLE SPANISH is the base of our success, we invite you to take part of this adventure of learning Spanish as an South American.
There are many things that attract thousands of tourists to Argentina every year: tango, landscapes, gauchos, incredibly low prices. But each Spanish student who chooses our country knows exactly that it is the full complement of these things, and specially their variety, that makes Argentina an extremely interesting destination.
Its capital is well-known by its sophistication and glamour, resemblance of European capitals such as Paris or Madrid. There are so many options that you can spend days visiting its museums, parks, historical centers, bars, discos and still need more time to visit new places.
Are you ready for this challenge?
Outstanding places and Activities
• The Perito Moreno Glacier in southern province of Santa Cruz.
• The Iguazú Falls in the beautiful and natural province of Misiones.
• The mystical “Quebrada de Humahuaca” in Jujuy.
• The Jesuit Ruins in Cordoba, recognized by UNESCO as world cultural heritage.
• Visits to the internationally recognized vineyards in Mendoza.
• Skiing at the beautiful Bariloche.
• A trip to Ushuaia, the “city of the end of the world”.
• Enjoying Buenos Aires architecture and sophistication.
• A visit to the amazing Moon Valley in San Juan.
The life in Córdoba what to expect!
You are about to discover a unique and privileged place in South America, a city recognized by its history, culture, and university tradition. It is also characterized by the beauty of its landscapes of hills, rivers, and lakes, the elegance of its malls, its artistic vanguard, and its role as an unquestionable protagonist in the formation and development of Argentina. All these features make Córdoba one of the best options to take courses in any field of study, do businesses, or enjoy some vacations in a place where old traditions intermingle with the energy and modernity of an open, cult, and tolerant society.
Since Córdoba is one of the safest cities in Argentina, you can look around it at any time. The university life concentrates more than 150,000 students who come not only from the country, but also from South America, Europe, and Australia. Its academic offer, and its varied thematic, sporting, artistic, and entertaining activities have turned Córdoba in the most important student city in Argentina.
Because of its characteristics, Córdoba has an outstanding nightlife with many pubs and discos. It has also modern buildings, and malls, that together with its landscapes, mountain adventures, its rich vegetation and the local fauna make Córdoba the perfect place to combine the urban with the natural.
The “Cordobeses” people are very friendly towards the eager traveler and they will make you feel at home while you explore the history and magic of the area.
Córdoba – TIPS!
This is a quiet city but is always helpful to know certain things until you are used to our customs.
• Try to trade your money during week days. On weekends it will be difficult to find an Exchange point. Our national coin is the peso argentino and the exchange rate is: 1 dollar = 17 pesos.
• If you have to ride the bus, you will need “cospeles” to pay and you can find them at the Kiosks for $18 each.
• Cabs here are cheap. From each family house to the school you wont be payning more than 10 dollars ( no more than 170 pesos).
• Most of the services work with credit card but it will always be good if you ask before you do your payment if they agree to accept them.
• Do not bring your original documents with you, just a copy of your passport.
• Hospitals are free so you dont have to pay any fees. Hospital Urgencias y Hospital San Roque etc.
• A few people speak english so you should know some basic spanish to get around the city.
• We say “hi” and “goodbye” with a kiss in the chic. Try not to avoid kisses this is very rude.
• It is very common to have fisical contact during a conversation: touching arm, shoulder, hand etc.
• People shout here when they talk, dont be afraid of doing the same. This is very common here dont be afraid!!
• We have breakfast from 8 to 10 am. Lunch from 12 to 14 pm and dinner from 22 to 24hrs. Try to eat something around 17pm maybe some MATE so that you dont feel hungry at 20pm!!!
• Try all argentinean food! We are very proud of our culinary traditions!
• If an argentinian invites you to his/her house is it rude not to bring something like a bottle of wine, some dessert etc.
• We go out dancing at 2am in the morning… and we get back home at 7am .. very late!!! We go out to have sth to drink around 12pm.
• If you are in an emergency you can contact Sabrina mobile number 156114126. For international calls: +5493516114126.
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Please remember that we are here to help you and that we will be glad to assist you in any situation.