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The best Tango Show in Buenos Aires

The best tango show in Buenos Aires

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The best Tango Show in Buenos Aires with dinner and transfer. Buenos Aires is the tango mecca and Argentina is known for its excellent meats and exquisite wines. The proposal consists of spending an evening in a cozy atmosphere in San Telmo to enjoy a wonderful dinner and witness a show of the highest level, with professional tango dancers. The traditional dinner consists of a three-course menu with appetizer, Argentine beef and wine included and dessert. The show lasts one hour.

The best Tango Show in Buenos Aires with dinner. La Ventana
The best Tango Show in Buenos Aires with dinner. La Ventana

History of tango

Tango is a dance full of sensuality that was born in the 1800s in the most marginal areas of the city of Buenos Aires, Argentina. These communities were populated by a great diversity of people, among these were Argentines of African, indigenous and Caribbean origin. On the other hand there were many European immigrants who began to arrive in great waves towards the end of the century.

The graceful and passionate tango movements reveal the diverse cultural backgrounds of these early tango dancers. The solemn melodies of this music open a window to the listener into the life of the first immigrants from Argentina. Eventually the tango spread to the wealthier parts of Buenos Aires.

In the early 20th century, this style of dance gained popularity in Europe and the US as it continued to develop. The popularity of Argentine tango skyrocketed during the country’s prosperous “golden age” (1930-1955), which also saw the rise of new styles of tango.

The cultural movement, stage, and collective of musicians, poets, and dancers who invented tango are collectively known as the Old Guard. Although the origins of tango predate the Old Guard, it is there that this movement adopts the name that identifies it and acquires its own musical originality and choreography.

During this period the bandoneon was adopted as a typical tango instrument, with the first outstanding instrumentalists such as Juan Maglio (Pancho) and Eduardo Arolas.

El mejor show de tango en Buenos Aires
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Gala Tango

If you want to see a distinctive Tango performance in an elegant and opulent setting, Gala Tango is the best choice. French-inspired interior design and architecture, along with a sophisticated wine and food menu, create the perfect setting for a fantastic dinner tango show. You will experience a true tango show that you will not soon forget thanks to the 19 artists on stage, live music and impressive dancers in this elegant hall. Gala Tango will give you a free tango lesson or a wine tasting before dinner if you book the dinner show.

The best tango show in Buenos Aires. Gala tango
The best tango show in Buenos Aires. Gala tango

Michelangelo Tango Show

Located in the heart of San Telmo, an emblematic place with an architectural style, Michelangelo is a unique product, full of history, since the establishment dates back to 1850, and preserves its traditional spirit since it was a general store of the old Customs, with which you can feel the mystique of San Telmo. With its spirit and cultural history.

This place will transport you to the origins of Argentine tango where you can enjoy a dinner show or a folkloric club. Michelagelo also offers transportation from your hotel to the property.

The best tango show in Buenos Aires. Michelangelo
The best tango show in Buenos Aires. Michelangelo

Aljibe Tango

In an old renovated tenement that is a traditional structure of the Buenos Aires culture, Aljibe Tango is located in the center of the San Telmo neighborhood. It has a Gaucho Show, two orchestras, dancers and singers. For those who prefer to see a tango show beforehand, it is a fantastic option. Dinner is served starting at 7:15 p.m. m. The show begins at 8:15 a.m. and ends at 9:15 p.m.

The best tango show in Buenos Aires. Aljibe Tango
The best tango show in Buenos Aires. Aljibe Tango

La ventana Tango

If you are in Buenos Aires, La Ventana is an excellent option to see one of the best and most traditional Tango shows that the city has to offer. You are going to visit a historic tenement house that has been restored and is located in the San Telmo neighborhood: the quintessential cradle of tango.

It is the best option if you want to enjoy excellent gastronomy and an Argentine winery, as well as contemplate an unforgettable tango and folklore show made up of 32 artists on stage: two orchestras, four pairs of dancers, two singers, music from the altiplano and a Show of bolas. La Ventana gives you the opportunity to request a tango class or a wine tasting so that the night is perfect and unique.

The best tango show in Buenos Aires
The best tango show in Buenos Aires

The best Tango Show in Buenos Aires with dinner

Here you can buy your tickets to the best tango show in Buenos Aires!

Prices with dinner starting at U$D90.- Show only U$D70.-

With dinner and transportation from U$D130

Dinner 7:00 or 8:00 p.m.

Show 8:00 or 10:00 p.m.

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Tango Evening in Buenos Aires

Tango evening in Buenos Aires

Tango Evening in Buenos Aires at the Tango Club: the Milonga

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Have you ever wanted to take your first tango class in the mecca of tango, the city of Buenos Aires? The tango evening in Buenos Aires invites you not only to take a class, but we can also combine it with an Argentine wine tasting with snacks for each wine in a beautiful San Telmo winery. Then we will go to a milonga, a traditional tango club to take a tango lesson and listen to the music and musicians. On certain days, the typical tango orchestra plays live.

The Passion for Tango

Whether you want to learn to tango or just sit back and enjoy Tango Evening in Buenos Aires. There are also places where the traditional tango orchestra plays live and people dance.

The options for this tour are two: To visit the old Bar Los Laureles, founded in 1893 as a Pulpería (bar and warehouse of general items until the beginning of the twentieth century), in the neighborhood of Barracas, where in the vicinity of the bar lived tango musicians who become then famous, therefore it is a place with Tango history. The other option is the Milongas with Tango orchestra that play live for people to dance.

Tango Evening in Buenos Aires
Tango Evening in Buenos Aires

A bit of history about the city of tango

Born in the Río de la Plata in the 19th century, tango is a musical style that results from the fusion between African culture and the local cultures of the gauchos and native peoples, as well as the contribution of mainly European immigrants, Spaniards and Italian and Middle Eastern.

The elegant and passionate movements of tango show the blend of exotic cultures of these early tango dancers. The majestic melody of the music offers listeners a glimpse into the life of early Argentine immigrants. The tango then spread to the wealthier neighborhoods of Buenos Aires.

This type of dance continued to grow and develop, causing a sensation throughout Europe and America in the early 20th century. Argentina’s Golden Age (1930-1950) was a time of prosperity for the country and saw an explosion in popularity and new styles of Argentine tango.

In the 1980s, tango became popular thanks to the international recognition of several Hollywood movies. Today tango schools have been opened all over the world, and in 2009 UNESCO inscribed it on the List of Intangible Heritage of Humanity.

Tango Evening in Buenos Aires
Tango Evening in Buenos Aires

Wine tasting in Buenos Aires

Argentina is the largest wine producer in Latin America and the sixth largest producer in the world. Traditionally the wine is grown in the provinces of Mendoza, San Juan, La Rioja, and Catamarca. Salta has high altitude vineyards around 1800 meters above sea level. More recently, production began in Patagonia. Some famous varieties are Malbec, Cabernet Sauvignon, Torrontés.

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Tango Evening in Buenos Aires

Bar Los Laureles: Thursday, Friday, Saturday.

Live Orchestra Milongas: Wednesday.

Price: U$D195 + 55 (tasting) + tickets.

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