Why study with us?


Our method “Natural Transmission” based on NeuroPsychoEducation and Communicative Approach was created in 1999 by María Gabriela Pantaloni, founder and current director of Tutorial Idiomas.

We not only love to teach but also celebrate our students’ learning experience. Our team of teachers are trained in Neuro Linguistic Programming (NLP), Coaching and Mindfulness to accompany our students as TUTORS, enhancing their teaching process so that it results in a unique learning experience. Our tutors are also characterised by their great versatility: they are trained as university language teachers and also in other related areas of expertise such as Business Management, Anthropology, Psychology, Music, Engineering, Marketing and Design, amongst others.

Why learn Spanish?

Learning Spanish is an excellent option because it’s trendy, and it’s here to stay. Spanish, or Castilian, is one of the most widely spoken languages in the world along with English and Chinese and is used in different continents as either a mother tongue or as a second language.

Universal language

Spanish is the third most spoken language in the world.

International friends

The Hispanic culture is very welcoming and its people are known for being friendly and supportive of tourists. Speaking Spanish will allow you to create international friendships.

Traveling without borders

Learning Spanish in Argentina will allow you to travel without limits, getting to know the culture, gastronomy and warmth of Argentineans in one of the 21 Spanish-speaking countries.

Career Boost

Learning a language adds value to your career.

  • It is the official language in 19 countries of the Americas, Spain and Equatorial Guinea, and is also spoken in the United States and the Philippines.
  • It is the second most spoken language in the world as a mother tongue by number of people, after Mandarin Chinese.
  • It is the second most studied foreign language after English, boasting more than 20 million students worldwide.
  • After English, it is the second most used language when it comes to international communication.
  • It is also the official language of many international organisations and agencies.
  • Its speakers span the five continents, which is why the percentage of the world’s native Spanish speaking population is increasing.

Why Argentina?


Tourist city. Safe. Fun. Friendly.

The city of Villa Carlos Paz is located in the west of the province of Córdoba, Argentina, alongside the San Roque dam. It is one of the most important tourist centres in Argentina. The city is known for being high on the list of family-friendly summer holiday destinations during January and February. During the rest of the year, students and retirees from all over Argentina and the world are seen on its streets.

Carlos Paz has a population of around 80,000 inhabitants. A report by the National Council of Scientific and Technical Research (Conicet) determined that Carlos Paz is among the Argentine cities with the best quality of life.

The main economic activity in Carlos Paz is based on tourism, which is reflected in the great offer of goods and services, especially live shows, hotels and gastronomy that we offer. The city stands out for its pleasant Mediterranean – mountain climate with average annual temperatures of 30°C maximum and minimum of 3°C. It has attractive landscapes, like the diverse spas and the San Roque Dam, South American’s first dam. The Cuckoo clock, chairlift, Mont La Cruz, theaters, Rally, lake-side esplanade, casinos and several nightclubs have over time become emblems of the city, recognized at national level. Similarly, our natural reserves, National Parks, hills and valleys – all a short distance of the city – are attractions chosen by nature lovers at international level.


Argentina is one of the most extensive Spanish-speaking territories on the planet. It’s a country where a diversity of climates, environments and cultural attractions come together, and where their scientific expertise, as well as for their cultural expression are a source of pride.

Four seasons, all year round. At the same time, throughout the country, you can experience summer, autumn, winter and spring, depending on where you are.

Iguazú Falls (Cataratas). One of the most impressive waterfalls in the world, Iguazú Falls is considered one of the 7 wonders of nature for its dazzling beauty and sheer size.

Not just any river. The widest. The Río de La Plata is the widest in the world and it is quite an experience to take a plane to cross it.

Mountains. The Andes. Aconcagua is the highest mountain in the Americas and it is a challenge for all climbers who come year after year to conquer its summit.

The Southern Fuegian Railway. Trochita is an old train, made of wood, famously known as the Train of the End of the World, the southernmost functioning train in the world. Its name comes from the short distance it has between its rails (trocha).

Whales and penguins. During September in Puerto Madryn you can be within arm’s reach of a whale and all year round you can visit Punta Tombo, a penguin colony with a population of over one million.

Desert. The Valley of the Moon, in the province of San Juan, is one of the most fascinating, photogenic and largest deserts in existence. It has even been used to film dozens of films due to its similarity to the moon’s surface.

Salt flats. Countless salt flats spread out in high valleys of the Andes. Among the most arid, the ‘Salar del Hombre Muerto’ stands out.

Volcanoes. The highest volcanoes in the world are grouped in the province of Catamarca, where a series of volcanic cones over 6000m are topped by the highest in the world, the Ojos del Salado, at 6890m.

Lakes. The Patagonian mountain range is characterised by hundreds of green and blue glacially formed crystalline lakes, framed by snowy peaks and leafy coniferous and nothofagus forests, also forming the Valdivian temperate rainforest, the southernmost in the world.

Beaches. The entire Buenos Aires coast has hundreds of beaches that attract both Argentine and foreign visitors between January and February.

Glaciers. The most famous is Perito Moreno, but Argentina has several glaciers where, in both summer or winter, you can see huge blocks of ice taller than a building.

Route 40. The national highway 40 starts from the border with Bolivia and reaches Patagonia covering 5,301 kilometres. It’s a great way to travel around the country.

Gastronomy. Asado, locro, humita and empanadas in all their varieties are the main experiences not to be missed, accompanied of course by some of the best wines in the world, from vineyards in the mountainous regions of the north.

Indigenous Culture. In some territories such as Chaco, Formosa and Patagonia, indigenous communities that are mostly untouched are kept alive through music and arts and crafts, which help spread their cultures and traditions.

The people. The Argentines, particularly those from the provinces, are very kind and supportive of travellers, to such an extent that hitch-hiking is not a problem.