Centro de Estudio Español
Iglesia Santa Catalina
Santa Catalina was founded in 1745, when it became Buenos Aires’ first convent. In 1806 British troops invaded the city, and in July...
Escuela Argentina de Tango
Large range of classes and teachers, plus a central location.
Centro Cultural Borges
One of the best cultural centers in BA, with inexpensive but high-quality art exhibitions and galleries, cinema, music, lectures,...
Provocative design, in-demand DJs, splashy art, and killer cocktails – Le Bar is the harbinger of downtown’s nightlife renaissance. The...
Big mostly with businesspeople power-lunching their way through the afternoon, this exceptional restaurant features well-prepared...
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Centro de Estudio Español information
Long-running language school in the Center.