About Our School
AMAUTA-Elebaires is located on the third floor of the famous Barolo Palace, at Avenida de Mayo 1370 in the city center of Buenos Aires. Mario Palanti was the architect that was commissioned by Luis Barolo to design this amazing building. The Barolo Palace was designed in accordance with the cosmology of Dante Alighieri's Devine Comedy. The basement and the ground floor represent hell, floors 1 to 14 represent the purgatory and floors 15 to 22 represent heaven. In 1997 the building was declared a National Historic Monument.
The neighborhood where AMAUTA-Elebaires is located is called Monserrat, at a stone throw from Buenos Aires' most famous monuments. The Congress Building is located right next to the school; the Pink House or Casa Rosada and Plaza de Mayo on the other end of Avenida de Mayo. Within 5 minutes walking from the school, you will be on the widest avenue of the world: the well known Avenida 9 de Julio, where you can find the Obelisk and "Teatro Colón".
characteristic Barolo Palace.
a few minutes’ walk from our Spanish school!.
While taking Spanish classes with us you will feel comfortable in our classrooms and other school common rooms and offices. Find below a short list that best describes our infrastructure.
- School Reception; our multi-lingual staff will be pleased to help you and answer your questions about your Spanish classes, accommodation, but also about Buenos Aires the tours and the activities.
- Multiple spacious classrooms with natural light. Each level of Spanish is taught in a separate classroom.
- Kitchen; containing a fridge, microwave, cutlery, plates, etc. Here you can keep and eat your lunch together with (some of) our staff and fellow students.
- Lounge; relax on our comfortable couches and chairs. There are two computers for the use of the students and there is free WIFI. On the notice boards you will find relevant information and the weekly class schedule. Here you can have a rest before and after Spanish class and during breaks.
- Free water, coffee and tea.
- 24/7 Helpdesk.
- Free Wi-Fi in every classroom.
How to find Amauta-Elebaires?
- Take the the Light Blue Line, la linea A of the Metro/Subway or Subte to "Saenz Pena Station". If you come on the Green Line (la linea D), you can connect with the A Line at Catedral, or, get off at Tribunales and walk 5 blocks to Amauta-Elebaires.
- Follow the exit signs (Salida) to Calle San José/ Uruguay.
- Exit the metro and you will find yourself at the corner of San José/ Uruguay and the Avda de Mayo.