Tuesday, November 22, 2011

Learn Tango in Buenos Aires

At present, tango is one of the most noted and sought-dances around the world because of its sensuality, magic, passion, particularly involving those who practice or just set eyes on it. Fortunate travelers in Buenos Aires invite you to find out the amazing experience they have. There are a lot of ways to learn tango in Buenos Aires and I will try it here to describe some of them.

Various Hostels Buenos Aires offers weekly classes of tango since many of their guests want to learn tango. You can set schedules directly with the teachers but if you want to learn more about tango, just set schedule to them and they will coordinate to programs that will make you feel ready, go out and dance perfectly.

The most exemplary milongas (places or events where tango is danced) are sited near Almagro, since tango boom in recent times; milongas are increasing throughout the city offered by some Hotels and Hostels.

If you stay in La Rocca Hostel, Milonga El Beso is only 100 meters away. While The Chip, one of the voguish spots, is just 10 minutes away if you are staying in Hostels Buenos Aires Palermo Rocca.

Another choice is to visit different bars that are close related to tango and customs. One of the most renowned is the Café Tortoni (Avenida de Mayo 725) which happened to be already part of the Buenos Aires culture. It is marked to record the large number of paintings, drawings and sculptures of history embedded walls. Those who are interested in it, I recommend Hostels Buenos Aires Rocca Center, which is situated just 500 meters from the Café Tortoni.

If you like something more intimate, have the choice to visit a tango show. They are just in the neighborhoods of Buenos Aires. The setting usually begin with a tango class then they will offer a dinner party accompanied by a show, from dancing to big theatrical productions, including the changes of clothing, live bands and other types of performance.

The dinner parties are picked out, as required, like meat and wine. The most notable services that they offer include Sabor a Tango, Full Tango, Tango Porteo, Madero Tango, among others. Many offer a cheaper alternative, which is urged for those who only want to see the show and save some cash.

If you’re ready to tango, you can ask one of the Hostels in Buenos Aires by writing an email or if you stay already at one of their hostels, just go to the reception and they will assist you.

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