This is not tango with glitz and glamor. This is the real thing for locals- aging from 40 to 80. You can just as easily see a 38 year old woman dancing with a 73 year old man as with a 40 year old. It is not a meat market. This is an inexpensive location for a night for tourists... 更多
This is where Buenos Aires residents go to dance - without tourists. It's the real deal and a must do. Men and women enjoying themselves and the glorious tango.
When we compared the idea of amateurs dancing at the milongas to the cost of the tango dinner shows, we thought we'd take a chance. Boy were we right. What a neat experience to see 20 couples taking "advanced" lessons followed by live tango. It was outstanding. Front row seats. Cheap but simple bar. We made the right choice to... 更多
Nice place, air conditioned, great monthly program with live music concerts, tango performances, classes and lots and lots of dancing. Mix of locals and visitors, it's one of the weekly milonga visits, perhaps twice or three times a week.
We didn't and can't dance! Just went to watch how the locals do it and soak up the atmosphere of a relatively local, authentic milonga. It was a great experience and we're so glad we did this rather than an expensive touristy show. It was quite hard to find and the service is poor but we got a table at... 更多
We went there on the recommendation of an Argentinian friend and were not disappointed. The tango lesson was taught by a man and a woman who were very into technique ("walk with intention" was the continual theme from the man, who we dubbed Mr. Miyagi). We loved it. The live band was good (and was apparently famous), and we lucked... 更多
If you practice or simply like tango, you cannot miss this classic ballroom in Palermo. Home of different milongas (each of them frequented by different habitués) the Salon Canning allows you to dance both at night (life starts after midnight, in this case) and in the afternoon (classes from 2:30 pm and dancing after 4 pm). When the floor is... 更多
The best floor, some of the best dancers, the best orchestras and the best atmosphere of a large, high level milonga. This is a fantastic milonga to visit. Unless you're familiar with the place or speak well Spanish, I would recommend going with local friends though as you'll need a reservation and they would explain you how it "works". Also... 更多
So Tango is a world unknown to me. We met an Italian staying in our hotel who flew to BA just to work on his tango....really! This was a middle aged businessman, not a professional dancer. I've seen one of those very impressive tango dance shows that travels the states. And of course there is television. So what I'm trying... 更多
This is one of the most famous venues to dance tango. Definitely worth a visit. BUT......it is very crowded. There is waitress service but this is very slow due to the heaving mass of humanity there. Tables are at a premium, and we were let down as having taken our booking for two big tables, when we arrived they had... 更多