IBL is located in the heart of Buenos Aires city, Argentina, on Florida Street.
IBL language school is right on Floridastreet, the busiest pedestrian axis through the Microcenter of Buenos Aires Argentina that is home to countless, restaurants, cafés, cinemas, leather shops, boutiques, bookstores, banks, etc.
IBL language school is located inside the historical Galería Güemes, which is a gallery-and-theater-complex. Antoine de Sant-Exupery, who wrote The Little Prince, used to live there. Galería Güemes is one of the most beautiful hidden gems of Buenos Aires Argentina. Thousands of people walk by it every day.
Near the 5 subway lines of Buenos Aires (A, B, C, D and E lines)
Many of Buenos Aires Argentina landmarks nd attractions are within walking distance of IBL language school including:
Teatro Colón: (8 blocks from IBL language school) The impressive Teatro Colón of Buenos Aires was built in 1908 and was re-opened in May 2010 after three-year restoration. It is sumptuous and superb and, with La Scala in Milan, has the best acoustics in the world. It hosts operas, symphonies and ballets.
Plaza de Mayo:(3 blocks from IBL language school) The most important plaza in the city which faces the Casa Rosada, the Cathedral, the Cabildo and other major civic buildings.
Plaza San Martín: (8 blocks IBL language school) Situated at the northern end of pedestrianised Florida Street. This beautiful plaza was once the site of a slave market. It was where the Argentines defended themselves against the British invasion of 1806. In 1833 the area was converted into a landscaped park leading down to the riverside, when more than 300 Ombú, Linden and Floss Silk trees were planted. In 1900 Argentina’s wealthiest landowners built their mansions around the plaza, three of which survive: the Beaux Arts Anchorena Palace, the Second Empire Paz Palace and the neo-gothic Haedo Palace (all now occupied by government departments).
San Telmo: (10 blocks from IBL language school). San Telmo a historic neighborhood that is very much visited by tourists. It is characterized by its colonial buildings and famous Sunday antique market (in the main square). Cafes, tango parlors and antique shops line the cobblestone streets, which are often filled with artists and dancers.
Puerto Madero: (5 blocks from IBL language school) The old port of Buenos Aires has been converted into a vibrant modern district with condominiums, skyscrapers, shops, cinemas and trendy restaurants. The river can be crossed via the elegant Puente de la Mujer Bridge representing a tango dancer which rotates 90 degrees to allow the passage of ships. The English-built frigate Presidente Sarmiento, a training ship from 1897-1961, now a museum, is also docked here.
Recoleta: (15 blocks from IBL language school) Recoleta is a downtown residential neighborhood in the city of of Buenos Aires, Argentina; it is an area of great historical and architectural interest, principally because the Recoleta Cemetery is located there. It is also an important tourist destination and cultural center of the city.