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Last Updated: May 27, 2015 URL: Print Guide RSS UpdatesEmail Alerts

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Practice & Improve your Spanish with Mango Languages

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    Use Mango Languages to practice your Spanish. This is a great supplementary tool to use with your Spanish classes at the Casa!

Daily News from the Buenos Aires Herald

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Additional Links & Resources

For pictures, videos, and student blogging, visit the Buenos Aires Vimeo Site

Background Facts on Argentina

Embassy of the United States Buenos Aires, Argentina
Av. Colombia 4300
(C1425GMN) Buenos Aires
Telephone: (54-11) 5777-4533


Stay Connected Through Pepperdine Libraries!

Get Research Help:
Even while students study abroad, librarians are able to answer research questions and help with class assignments. Contact a librarian via email for questions. Also, the library student worker at your site's location is able to help with basic database and catalog searching.

Access Databases and E-Journals:
Access to databases, electronic journals, and eBooks are available to all students studying abroad. Use your WaveNet ID to access all of the Library's e-resources while you are overseas!



Travel Guides

Buenos Aires Sights : a travel guide to the top 25+ attractions in Buenos Aires, Argentina

This guide is designed for optimal navigation on eReaders, smartphones, and other mobile electronic devices. Inside you will find a locator map and a list of top attractions linked to individual articles.

CultureShock! Argentina : A Survival Guide to Customs and Etiquette

The author goes to the heart of this South American nation and shares her encounters with Argentines as well as providing all the practical tips such as finding accommodation, getting around and generally settling down in the country. 

Buenos Aires Museums


Buenos Aires

Buenos Aires, Argentina

Getting Around Buenos Aires

  • Buses
    There are hundreds of bus lines that run along the city. We suggest you always carry along with you a Guia T where you can follow all their routes and figure out which is the most convenient bus for your destination.
  • Subway
    Tickets cost $ $4.50 pesos per trip and you can transfer between the five lines. Olleros station from D Line is only two blocks away from the Casa.
  • Trains
    There are several local train lines. A few blocks from the casa we have station Lisandro de la Torre from Line Retiro – Tigre.
  • Taxis
    We recommend you always call a radio taxi to come pick you up instead of taking a random one on the street.

Interlibrary Loan

Interlibrary Loan Information

Pepperdine does allow those in our IP locations to Interlibrary Loan journal articles and book chapters. All articles and book chapters are delivered electronically in .pdf format. Instructions for accessing the article online are e-mailed to the student or faculty member once the article is available to view. We are not able to borrow whole books for our students in International Programs.

For more information about interlibrary loans, please visit the ILL webpage.


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