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Let's Tango

“Tango is a sense of place more than it is a set of musical rules” - Jorge Luis Borges, Argentine writer.

“A sad thought you can dance” - Armando Discépolo, popular poet.

Towards the end of the 19th Century, following the wave of European immigrants into Argentina, there was a gradual consolidation of rural and urban music by the citizens of Buenos Aires. Combined with African-based rhythms, these dances, formerly known as Candombe, performed by native black people in the Rio de la Plata region, gradually evolved into the Milonga.

Milongas were also places, houses where Tango was danced. The word “tango” signifies the sound of various instruments, such as the tambourine. At first, this new music was rejected by society. The dancers (in the beginning only men) performed mostly in questionable neighborhoods and often in houses of bad reputation. However, with the assistance of poets and composers who endorsed this music, the dance was eventually elevated to a higher level and was established in its proper place in a more, prestigious society throughout the world. 
With the following Program, we will submerge and walk you throughout the History of this beautiful, passionate and still sad Music and Dance…
                                …. Until you become one of us: a real Tanguero!


Number of nights: 
All year round
Minimum Pax: 

- Optional tours.
Early Check-in or Late Check-out. 
Meals, except the mentioned in program.
Entrances fees at museums.

Day 1
Buenos Aires

Arrival at Ezeiza International Airport, and transfer to 4* Hotel. In the evening, Welcome dinner and Tango show in the oldest neighborhood, where Tango was born. Pick up for transfer to Dinner Tango Show.At the end of the show, transfer back to hotel.

Day 2
Buenos Aires


In the morning panoramic city view  of Buenos Aires: 9 de Julio Avenue (the world’s largest avenue), Plaza de Mayo, Casa Rosada (the Government House), the Cathedral, the Parliament, the traditional suburbs: San Telmo (the historical neighborhood), La Boca, famous because of its colorful houses and the Boca Junior football play Stadium, Palermo Parks and Recoleta, the most elegant area in Buenos Aires.
In the afternoon, 1st tango lesson in the National Academy of Tango (Collective lessons). An introduction of Tango Dance - Salon style.  
Afterwards, our guide will take you (walking distance) to the famous "Café Tortoni", bar where personalities such as the tango singer Carlos Gardel and the argentine writer Jorge Luis Borges used to spend their days with friends!
A must: Hot Chocolate with “Churros”.


Day 3
Buenos Aires

Breakfast. Morning at leisure. Optional: Optional visit to the National Museum of Fine Arts, located in the historical neighborhood of Recoleta.
In the afternoon, 2nd tango lesson (Collective lessons). Lessons From Monday through Fridays -
In the evening, transfer to Dinner Tango Show at the place where the Golden Years of Tango have taken place, situated in the old building of the MGM Movie Theater, Glamour & More…Transfer back to hotel.

Day 4
Buenos Aires

Breakfast. Morning at leisure. Optional: Half day tour to Tigre Delta River, the outskirts of Buenos Aires, meeting with nature just a few minutes from the city that includes a navigation along the Delta of Parana river.
In the afternoon, 3rd tango lesson (Collective lessons).

Dinner free. In the evening, pick up from hotel to experience an exclusive night at a V.I.P. Tango Show, Cabaret Style: Rojo Tango. Dress up for an unforgettable evening!!
Afterwards, transfer back to hotel. 

Day 5
Buenos Aires

Breakfast. Day at leisure.

In the evening, transfer to the last tango house, an opera house with the spirit of last exponent and pioneer of New Tango Sound: Mr. Astor Piazzolla. Dinner & Show. Transfer back to hotel.  

Day 6
Buenos Aires

Breakfast. Morning at leisure. 
In the afternoon, 4th and final tango lesson (Collective lesson) with snacks and drink to celebrate the graduation (On the House!!!).
In the evening, Transfer to a MILONGA, to practice what you have learned during this past week. Show us that you have become a real argentine tanguero!

Day 7
Buenos Aires

Breakfast.  Transfer to airport for flight. 

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