Spanish School Peru: AMAUTA

Hola! Welcome to the AMAUTA Spanish School blog!

Spanish School AMAUTA in Cusco, Peru is the best place to learn Spanish in Peru. We provide in-depth Spanish lessons and a cultural immersion experience for everyone. Our students step outside of the Spanish classroom to enjoy the Peruvian culture, make Spanish-speaking friends, and travel in Peru. During or after your Spanish lesson, you can, volunteer in Peru where you will really get the chance to improve your Spanish language skills and give back to the Peruvian community.

Here at the AMAUTA blog, we aim to keep our Spanish alumni, current and future students, and anyone who is interested in Peruvian and Latin American culture, the most relevant information about what is happening in Peru. We´ll post fun articles about our Spanish School in Peru, Tips to learn Spanish, how to get the most out of your Spanish classes in Cusco, advice on how to prepare for your trip to Peru, life in Cusco, Peruvian cuisine, Peruvian festivals, what to do in Cusco, and much more.

After reading our blog, you’ll know exactly why you want to study Spanish at AMAUTA Spanish School in Peru! Hasta pronto!

Best Places for Brunch in Buenos Aires

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Beste plaatsen voor Brunch in Buenos Aires

Where to find the Best Places for Brunch in Buenos Aires

The Argentina capital Buenos Aires is a city that has many options when it comes to places to eat. It doesn’t matter whether you are looking for a place to have breakfast, brunch, lunch or dinner, there is plenty of choice.

Personally, I really love to have brunch during my weekends in Buenos Aires and I like to try new places as well. After many brunches around the city during my Spanish courses and internship in Buenos Aires, I can truly say that you must visit some of these places!
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Typical Argentine Music: 11 Songs in Spanish You Must Hear!

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Typical Argentine Music: 11 songs You Must Hear

Typical Argentine Music: 11 Songs in Spanish You Must Hear!

Susanne has been living and learning Spanish in Argentina for a couple of months and she loves the Argentine capital. “I have followed Spanish classes in Buenos Aires at AMAUTA and it has been amazing”, she says. “My Spanish has improved a lot. I love the location, and I love Buenos Aires. The city has so many things to offer and I love Argentine culture. In this blog, I will tell you more about Argentine culture and specifically, about Argentine music. Did you know that music is a great way to practise your Spanish skills? With Argentine accent of course. I really love Argentina music and I’m happy to share this list* of 11 Songs in Spanish you Must Hear with you!”

As strange as it may seem, Argentina is not all about food, but is about music as well! Throughout history, this country has produced some amazing musicians and artists. People are still playing songs from the “old” days in Argentina, when they created new ideas and opened up new worlds. It was similar to the influence that music has today, when musical styles like cumbia or pop music impact the public and their lifestyle. (more…)

Hipste Openlucht Markten & Alternatieve Ferias in Buenos Aires

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19Jan
The hippest Outdoor Markets & alternative Ferias in Buenos Aires

Hipste Openlucht Markten & Alternatieve Ferias in Buenos Aires

Wanneer je Spaans studeert in Buenos Aires deze maand, moet je hebben gemerkt dat de zomer in de lucht hangt! November, December, Januari, Februari…. De beste tijd van het jaar om een Spaanse cursus te volgen in Buenos Aires, terwijl je de prachtige stad ontdekt. En vooral: bezoek de hipste openlucht markten en alternatieve ferias in Buenos Aires. Ontspannend wandelen over de vele openlucht marktjes en alternatieve ferias in Buenos Aires is één van de leukste activiteiten om te doen in de zomertijd in Argentinië.


Geïnteresseerd in een Spaanse Cursus in Argentinië? Wat dacht je hiervan!
Betaal Eén, ontvang Twee
Betaal maar $190 * voor Spaanse Groepslessen
van 2 weken, inclusief dagelijkse activiteiten
(+ * 65 reg kosten; alleen in December)

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8 Alternatieve Dingen om te doen in Buenos Aires

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8 Alternative Things to do in Buenos Aires

8 Alternatieve Dingen om te doen in Buenos Aires

Natuurlijk willen we dat al onze studenten de een Spaanse Cursus in Buenos Aires volgen, alle hoogtepunten bezoeken van de deze prachtige stad. Zij moeten alle geweldige plekken bezoeken die staan op top lijsten zoals “Wat te doen en De beste dingen om te doen in Buenos Aires”.
MAAR deze stad heeft zoveel meer te bieden dan alleen de bekende begraafplaats van Recoleta of een oude tango show! Buenos Aires strekt zichzelf uit tot zover als aan het platteland en langs de La Plata rivier, wat betekent dat Buenos Aires veel meer is dan je op het eerste gezicht zult denken. De hoofdstad van Argentinië heeft een uniek karakter in Zuid-Amerika door de sterke Europese invloeden en dan vooral door de Italiaanse immigratie. De stad bestaat uit vele wijken die elk zijn eigen, unieke charme hebben en dit zorgt voor veel diversiteit in geheel de stad. Dit en nog veel meer zorgt ervoor dat deze stad de perfecte bestemming is voor Spaanse lessen in Argentinië. (more…)

8 Alternative Things to do in Buenos Aires

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8 Alternative Things to do in Buenos Aires

8 Alternative Things to do in Buenos Aires

Of course, we want our students taking a Spanish Course in Buenos Aires to visit all the highlights of this beautiful city. They should visit all the amazing places that are on most “What to do and Best things to do in Buenos Aires” lists. BUT this city has so much more to offer than only the famous cemetery of Recoleta or an old tango show! Buenos Aires spreads itself out deep into the countryside and across the River de la Plata, which means that there is a lot more in Buenos Aires than meets the eye. The capital of Argentina has a unique character in South-America because of the European influences and even more the Italian immigration. The city consists out of many neighborhoods that all have their special charm and this creates so much diversity throughout. This and much more makes this city a perfect destination for Spanish classes in Argentina. (more…)

Tango Dansen in La Catedral, Buenos Aires

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10Jan
Tango Dancing in La Catedral Buenos Aires

Tango Dansen in La Catedral, Buenos Aires

Wil je graag de tango leren dansen in Argentinie zoals een échte porteño? Hoe? Lees het hier in dit blog over Tango Dansen in Buenos Aires.

Er zijn vele redenen om deze prachtige Argentijnse hoofdstad, Buenos Aires te bezoeken.
Spaans leren (meer over Spaanse lessen in Buenos Aires) is er zeker 1 van. Maar ook “tango leren dansen”, hoort er zeker bij!

Tango Shows

Buenos Aires bidet ontzettend veel tango shows, clubs en lessen aan door geheel de stad. Het maakt niet zoveel uit waar je naartoe gaat want het is altijd heel erg leuk en de kwaliteit van het tango dansen is, in het algemeen, heel hoog hier in Buenos Aires.
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Hippest Outdoor Markets & Alternative Ferias in Buenos Aires

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The hippest Outdoor Markets & alternative Ferias in Buenos Aires

Hippest Outdoor Markets & alternative Ferias in Buenos Aires

When studying Spanish in Buenos Aires this month, you must have noticed: summer is in the air! November, December, January, February….. the best time of year for a Spanish course in Buenos Aires while exploring the beautiful city. And in particular: visit the hippest Outdoor Markets and alternative Ferias in Buenos Aires. Relaxed strolls over the numerous outdoor markets and alternative ferias in Buenos Aires, is one of the most fun activities during summertime in Argentina.


Interested in a Spanish Course in Argentina? What about this!
Pay One, Get Two
Pay only $ 190* for 2 wks of Spanish Group Lessons
including daily activities
(+ * 65 reg fee; only in December)

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Typische Spaanse woorden om te gebruiken in Buenos Aires: Qué Buena Onda!!

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13Nov
Typical words to use in Buenos Aires: Qué Buena Onda!!

Typische Spaanse woorden om te gebruiken in Buenos Aires: Qué Buena Onda!!

Onze nieuwe studenten, klaar voor hun Spaanse cursus in Buenos Aires, komen al vanaf dag één in aanraking met het typische accent van de Argentijnse mensen die hier wonen: de Porteños. Over de jaren heeft er zich in Buenos Aires een soort eigen taal ontwikkele, met “vreemde” Spaanse woorden en veel slang en straattaal. Als je een in Buenos Aires bent om Spaans te leren, is het leuk om een paar van deze typische Argentijnse uitdrukkingen te weten, ze worden veel gebruikt in deze multiculturele stad!
Hieronder vind je een lijstje met de belangrijkste en meest gebruikte woorden en Spaans/ Argentijnse uitdrukkingen zoals die gebruikt worden door de Argentijnen in Buenos Aires:
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Typical Spanish words to use in Buenos Aires: Qué Buena Onda!!

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07Nov
Typical words to use in Buenos Aires: Qué Buena Onda!!

Typical Spanish words to use in Buenos Aires: Qué Buena Onda!!

When in Buenos Aires, our newly arrived Spanish students who registered for a Spanish course in Buenos Aires, encounter the typical accent of the Argentine people who live there: the Porteños and the Porteñas. Over the years, the city of Buenos Aires has developed its own language, filled with “strange” Spanish words and a lot of slang. Moreover, the Spanish speakers of Buenos Aires are known for their constant chatter. Therefore, to get fully integrated into the Argentine culture, you might want to know some of those typical Argentine words or expressions that are used in this multicultural city! The following is a list of the most important and most used typical words and phrases by the Argentine people in Buenos Aires:
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Halloween in Buenos Aires: let’s get your horror on!

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Halloween in Buenos Aires: let’s get your horror on!

Halloween in Buenos Aires: let’s get your horror on!

In Argentina, Halloween is called “Noche de Brujas” and even though the country is not known for extravagant Halloween celebrantions, people are still dressing up in Vampire and Zombie costumes. The capital city of Buenos Aires hosts many Halloween parties and events that are all about enjoying and celebrating this scary thrill. Buenos Aires holds a large number of foreigners residents – among them students learning Spanish in Buenos Aires, volunteers and expats – and travellers! Most of them are more than interested in celebrating this international day and having some fun. We made a list of a few parties on this freaky Friday (and Thursday)!! Halloween in Buenos Aires: let’s get your horror on!
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