Travel Tales of Argentina
If Argentina is the birthplace of tango, then Buenos Aires is the place to be! With hundreds of daily tango shows, traditional concerts and milongas, Buenos Aires tango has spread around the world.
Tango Dancers Performing the Traditional Tango
The post popular tango shows are steeped in tradition and tell the story of the times. Love, betrayal, jealousy and passion entwine as the dancers sway to the haunting accordion and syncopated beats, as the violin cuts through the night.
Beyond the traditional tango, there is a new wave of tango that is coming of age. Techno-tango, modern-tango and electro-tango…you will find the soothing beats in the lounges and chic restaurants from Buenos Aires to New York and Paris. Popular groups include Narcotango and the Gotan Project…
The performers’ outfits are among some of the things that have changed as the Tango has modernized
But while modern and electro tango is exciting, during your stay in Buenos Aires you can not miss going to a traditional dinner tango show at one of the intimate and exclusive dinner theaters.
Don your jacket and tie, and give your wife good reason to put on her perfect black dress and high heels. White-gloved waiters will serve you succulent cuts of grilled tenderloin and glasses of sublime Malbec or Cabernet, all the while accompanied by some of Argentina’s top musicians and tango dancers doing what they love. One suggestion, pace yourself…The performance is nearly two hours long and you will need to save some room for the espresso and dessert!
A traditional Dinner Tango Show is a must-see activity while in Buenos Aires
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