Advanced Body Class

Your Guide to Joining Us in Buenos Aires

Travel & Transportation

Aeropuerto Internacional Ezeiza Ministros Pistarini 
Buenos Aires Ezeiza (EZE) is an international airport located 22 km from the city of Buenos Aires.

Aeroparque Internacional Jorge Newbery 
Jorge Newbery Airfield, commonly known as Aeroparque (AEP), is an international airport 2 km northwest of downtown Buenos Aires.  It serves as the main hub for domestic flights in Argentina and South American destinations.

You can rent a car, book a Uber or use the Cabify app.

The currency of Argentina is the Peso, the currency code is ARS and the symbol $.

The Argentinian Peso is subject to inflation and changes on an almost daily basis. When exchanging currency, be aware that there is an official exchange rate and an unofficial one. You may get a better deal  if you exchange with money-changers on the street or with exchange agencies.

Check currrent exchange rates at Xe Currency Exchange currency converter.

It is always a good idea to arrive in South America with some cash in USD. The exchange rate is better with USD than with EUR or any other currency. It’s also a smart idea to bring two types of credit card, just in case one is not accepted.

*For ease of payment, please let your credit card companies know where and when you will be traveling.

ATMs will be plentiful in major cities as well as small towns. You shouldn’t have a problem finding one to withdraw some cash. While shopping, you may be asked to show your ID, such as a driver’s license. In this case, it is best to make a copy of your passport or carry your ID with you, and leave your passport in the hotel safe.

Find the current Argentina Visa requirements here.


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We will require the following information:
Passport name
Passport number
Phone number
Class dates
Approximate travel dates


October is spring in Argentina. Buenos Aires average temperatures in October are an average high of 21.1°C (70°F) and an average low of 12.4°C (54.3°F).

Check the latest weather forecast here.
What to Bring:
  • Layering pieces, a sweater or jacket, scarf or pashmina wrap
  • Comfortable footwear for exploring or shopping
  • Rain gear or umbrella
  • Sunscreen, sunglasses, hat
  • Voltage converter. Voltage is 110 volts, you will mostly type I sockets which has three flat pins in a triangular pattern. 


Telegram Chat 
Would you like to connect with your hosts and other participants?

Join our Latin America AC Live Classes chat on Telegram.
This is a great place to find roommates, share rides and more.

  • If you arrive within the first hour after class starts you will be charged an additional 20% of your class fee.

  • If you arrive more than 1 hour after class starts you will not be allowed to join the class.

  • If you leave before the facilitator ends class, for any reason including travel arrangements, you will be charged an additional 20% of your class fee.

Class Venue 

Alvear Art Hotel,
Suipacha 1036
C1008 CABA
Buenos Aires, AR

Alvear Art Hotel Website


Alvear Art Hotel
Suipacha 1036
C1008 CABA
Buenos Aires, AR
+ 54 11 4808-2100
Access Special Rate coming soon.....

About Buenos Aires

Buenos Aires is the capital of Argentina and its largest city. It is also an autonomous district by itself. It's known for its preserved eclectic European architecture and rich cultural life. A multicultural city that is home to many ethnic and religious groups.

Things to experience while in Buenos Aires:

  • Tango at a milonga
    Tango nights are held most nights of the week at dozens of venues across the city, and dance classes are often held before, so it's easy to join in the action or just watch from the sidelines over a glass of wine.
    Top spots to tango include Almagro's La Catedral, Belgrano's Milonga La Glorieta and Palermo's Salón Canning.

  • Tour Teatro Colon, a world famous theater.

  • Visit Recoleta Cemetery located in an elegant neighborhood, centered around the National Museum of Fine Arts.

  • Go to Puerto Madero riverfront business, shopping and restaurant area.

Buenos Aires official tourism website

Looking for more while in Buenos Aires?

Abuse Hold Class with Grace Douglas

Evening before ABC Class
October 20th,  6:30 - 9:30 pm

When you've been abused, you lock that in your body. 
This is a class for your body.
It allows your body to release, to relax and to have a sense of peace


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Restaurants & Food Experiences

This South American metropolis is home to people who love to go out to eat and drink.
Porteños tend to be social beings and frequent cafes, restaurants and bars at any hour of the day. It’s common to eat quite late, between 9 pm and 11 pm, and restaurants won’t start serving cena (dinner) until at least 8 pm.

Be aware that service can arrive at a snail’s pace, and many places only accept efectivo (cash).

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