Buenos Aires, Argentina
Tango is a world popular dance that has its origins in Argentina. The folklore of Tango is captivating.
The tour begins with a private tango lesson for those of you who are willing to dance. Then we go to one of my favorite milongas in San Telmo.
You have little time to test your new dance moves before the live orchestra begins. I will show you how a milonga is organized, its unwritten rules and its secret codes. You will learn about the history of dance and music and how Tango has spread throughout the world.
After the orchestra performance, you will have more time to dance or sit down and see who has a little more experience on the dance floor. Some nights we will be lucky to have a tango performance by local professional dancers. A bottle is included to share with 4 people.
2 to 8
Access tickets to Milonga, Tango lesson, Tango "Secret" codes.
Perú 500, San Telmo
Be punctual. Wear comfortable shoes. Dress code is informal.
Full speed immersion into the Tango world. A great way to learn a bit, practice a bit, and enjoy the real Tango scene of Buenos Aires. We really had an amazing time!12 Oct 2017
Really fun way to dive into the Tango world. Loved it11 Oct 2017
A truly hidden gem in Buenos Aires! Jamila is a wonderful dancer and is very clear teaching you how to dance tango. After the lesson, we went to a club where an orquestra played live tango music and everyone were dancing in the dancefloor. After the live show, a couple of professional dancers gave us an outstading demostration of tango dancing. Just a few feets away from us! The feeling of being in a real tango club with local people is what makes this experience better than every other expensive and turisty tango show. This is the real thing!11 Jun 2016
Amazing experience. If you want to learn some tango moves and just show them on the dancefloor this is a really good opportunity. You can dance, can drink wine, can eat empanadas and enjoy a really good tango show.11 Jun 2016
Muy buena experiencia, te permite conocer el tango de una manera distinta, aprender a bailarlo y a disfrutar en vivo de la Orquesta El Afronte. Totalmente recomendable!11 Jun 2016