Buenos Aires Province
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Our most recommended Buenos Aires Province Night Tours

Tango Night with the Locals

1. Tango Night with the Locals

Milongas are local neighborhood clubs, open 365 days a year, where the Porteños (Buenos Aires locals) gather together to dance tango. Each milonga has its own characteristics which makes it unique. From the more traditional, with strict rules and codes, to the more relaxed or “underground” clubs that bring together people of all ages. Experience a night of real tango with local people. Your guide will pick you up at your hotel to go to a milonga, where you'll join a shared dancing lesson with an expert to learn the basics of tango. The guide will also explain the history, codes and characteristics of tango so that you can better understand its dynamics and interact with the locals. After that you'll be able to practice what you learned, mixed with the Porteños, and then a typical tango orchestra will perform live. You'll enjoy the vibe of the music while you dance, or simply watch the Porteños. Once it's over, guides will take you back to your hotel with the certainty that it will be a night you'll remember forever.

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Buenos Aires by Night: Small Group City Tour

2. Buenos Aires by Night: Small Group City Tour

The first stop of your night tour of Buenos Aires will be at the main square of the city, Plaza de Mayo, where you will be able to appreciate the most important public buildings and monuments, such as the Pink House, the Metropolitan Cathedral, the Cabildo (Town Hall) and the Pyramid of May. Then you will head to the bohemian neighborhood of San Telmo where you will be enchanted by its narrow cobblestone streets and the magical Dorrego Plaza. After that, visit the exclusive neighborhood of Puerto Madero. You will walk along the waterfront and cross the famous Women’s Bridge. Finally drive through the famous 9 of July Avenue heading north to the trendy neighborhood of Palermo, famous for its nightlife. On the way, you will see the glowing Floralis Genérica.

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Buenos Aires: Half-Day Authentic Private Tango Experience

3. Buenos Aires: Half-Day Authentic Private Tango Experience

Buenos Aires and tango are synonymous and you can easily find a tango tour that will include a beautiful stage show that you won’t find outside of Argentina. At the Milongas, your experience will include an introduction to the codes and traditions, etc. of tango before you have the opportunity to learn the dance and enjoy real tango together with the locals. You will be picked up first from your hotel to visit a Milonga. Once there, you'll take a lesson and learn tango's basics, and then enjoy a real Milonga. Have the chance to practice what you learned and merge with the locals on the dance floor. Your expert guide will teach you about the history, trends and codes, etc. Finally, you will be able to dance a little bit more before you are driven back to your the hotel.

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Buenos Aires: Tango Class with Cocktails & Empanada Making

4. Buenos Aires: Tango Class with Cocktails & Empanada Making

Prepare for a fun day of dancing, cooking, and drinking in Buenos Aires. Learn the basic steps of tango, the most famous Argentinian dance, then unwind with a cocktail tasting and fun empanada cooking class. With the help of a native host, learn the basic steps of tango, the national and iconic Argentinian dance that’s full of sensuality. Tango was born at the end of the 19th century in the neighborhoods of Buenos Aires, such as the La Boca and Barracas neighborhoods. The elegant and passionate movements show the exotic cultural mix that existed in Buenos Aires at that time. After your dancing class, start preparing empanadas (meat or veggie) following an authentic Argentinian recipe. Although it is one of the oldest recipes out there, empanadas are still enjoyed as a popular food today. As a staple in Argentine homes, many people like to boast that it comes from the kitchens of Argentina. Along with preparing empanadas, enjoy a tasting of different "porteños" cocktails.

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What people are saying about Buenos Aires Province

Overall rating

5.0 / 5

based on 3 reviews

It has long been a dream of mine to dance tango in Buenos Aires and I achieved it if only briefly on this trip. We had an hour’s lesson in a dance studio and then on to a milonga. This really was a tango night with the locals - the only tourists were those in our group - and we loved it. Our guide was excellent - as well as dancing we chatted all evening about Argentina and as well as being a great dance teacher she was informative and fun. Highly recommended

Nuestro guía ha sido impecable en la presentación de la Ciudad. Fue nuestra primera vez y nos sentimos invitados al patio de su casa, muchísimo conocimiento y mucha dedicación por parte de Hernán para que podamos entender más sobre la hermosa Buenos Aires. Todo transcurrió de manera excelente.

My 90-year-old father wanted to live the experience of going to see tango where Argentines dance. We went to two Milongas, @clubgrisel and the second @elbeso. We love to see these tango / milongas houses right next to the people who dance and attend.

We had booked a private lesson. That was ideal because our current dance status with regard to Tango Argentino could be dealt with and built up.

We were lucky enough to only have 2 other guests. Sightseeing was great.