Being the capital of Argentina, Buenos Aires, is the hub of luxury and leisure, converging the diverse cultures of the world in one city. BA amalgamates frantic nightlife with a cosmopolitan city, traditional lifestyle with chic designer outlets, street slums with sophisticated architecture, and fresh markets with top-notch activities.
Mouth-watering steaks help you enjoy the zest of Argentina’s national festivals blooming at their best in the pleasantness of spring. Walk down Recoleta zipping on a delicious ice cream, shop around Palermo Soho, where you can find local designer clothes at extremely low prices, and chat with friends over a pizza and a pint of beer until 4 in the morning. On Sundays, visit one of the many ferias for artistic handcrafts or lively music, choose from ravioli or asado for lunch, and choose from a street tango show or one of the 10 soccer stadiums. If you go to El Caminito in La Boca, you can choose both. You haven’t experienced a soccer match until you visit La Bombonera!
Buenos Aires is a great destination for teaching English. An advanced TESOL certificate such as TESL Canada, Trinity CertTESOL, or CELTA is highly recommended.