Buenos Aires & Tango Lesson 4 Days 5 Nights


Day 1

Meet and greet at BsAs interational airport an transfer to hotel. Reception at hotel with a special tango gift:Tango hat for men, and Tango “boa” for ladies. At PM “Oldest Buenos Aires” finishing at Caf Tortoni,with first steps to tango: first shared lesson 1 hs aprox.

Private transfer with Guide assistance .The most important sights of Buenos Aires arise from this tour. It brings you through the narrow streets of the old city and broad avenues that mark Buenos Aires’ modern growth. Around Plaza de Mayo (May Square), you will see the “Casa Rosada”, the rose coloured presidential residence, the Cathedral and the Cabildo (Town Hall). On South America’s broadest avenue, “Avenida 9 de Julio”, we see the Colon Theatre (the South America’s most important Opera House) and the “Obelisco”. Tour continues to San Telmo, one of the oldest neighborhoods in the city. Until 1870 it was inhabited by the wealthiest families in the city, when Yellow Fever epidemic forced them to move North. With the passing of time, San Telmo’s appearance changed and it became a sightseeing must’ in which old time’s valuable architecture can be appreciated. If the tour is on Sunday, then we include a stop at San Telmo Flea Market, the definitive Argentinean weekend market where you can browse and peruse to your heart’s content.

Caf Tortoni: This historic cafe has served as the artistic and intellectual capital of Buenos Aires since 1858, hosting notable guests such as Jorge Luis Borges.
You will feel, and enjoy the authentic Tango Argentino in the place of its origin, San Telmo neighborhood, where accomplished and well-known argentine Tango dancers will introduce you to the fine art of Tango. Tango lesson will take 1 hour approximately Overnight at the Hotel.

Day 2
After breakfast visit LA BOCA (The visit includes walking through Caminito and visiting the famous Quinquela Martin house) You will also drive through the colourful roads of La Boca, famous for its multicolour tin houses. La Boca is the place where the first immigrants have built their houses, showing and exciting mix between Italian and Argentine cultures. A visit the “Quinquela Martin Museum” will allow participants to learn more about this local painter’s technique and become an honoured friend of the Screw Order. -Lunch at La Barrica Restaurant a typical restaurant of La Boca, offers great Argentine cuisine
PM Tango Shopping in Buenos Aires 2,5 / 3 hs aprox. Pivate transfer with Guide assistance.

In the evening tango lesson at La Ventana (private Lesson) DINNER & TANGO SHOW at La Ventana beveragaes included Located in the very heart of the historical neighborhood of San Telmo, every evening, La Ventana and the people who take part in this amazing adventure are looking forward to giving you an unforgettable time With the same style of the great tango orchestras of the forties, a group of great masters tango musicians invites you to listen to our excellent portea music. Not private for the group. Private transfer without guide assistance Overnight at the Hotel.

Day 3
Breakfast at hotel AM “Aristocratic & Modern Buenos Aires” tour Private transfer with guide assistance .First stop is Puerto Madero area. In the 1930s, port facilities were relocated to the Puerto Nuevo (“new port”), 1 km to the north, and most of the older brick warehouses were all but abandoned. In the 1990s, local and fore ign capitals invested in a massive gentrification effort, recycling the west side warehouses into lofts and restaurants, and adding some new hotels and office buildings, mostly in the east side. Tour continues to Palermo, an area that combines its architecture and history with entertainment and amusement in its green spaces. Bosques de Palermo (‘Palermo Forests’), inspired by the Bois de Boulogne in Paris, is the largest green lung in the city of Buenos Aires. With its Rosedal(‘Rose Garden’), huge artificial lake and beautifully landscaped promenades,this is one of the loveliest spots in the city. Palermo Chico area (“Small” or “Exclusive” Palermo) is the most upmarket part of Palermo. Many of the wealthy and famous own homes there as well as numerous embassies. Once a quarter full of splendid mansions set in broad private parks, many luxury condominiums and apartment houses are now to be seen.

At last, enjoy La Recoleta, an exclusive and elegant neighborhood where the famous cemetery is found. The Cemetery includes graves of some of the mo stinfluential and important persons of Argentina, including several presidents, scientists, and wealthy characters. Internationally, Eva Pern is one of the best known persons buried in this cemetery. Although it may seem unusual, fashionable
restaurants, bars, cafes, discos and a cinema complex also surround the area.

In the evening Tango lesson at Mansion Dandy Royal – San Telmo
Shared Lesson – 1 hs aprox.
Private transfer without guide assistance
Enjoy a night of milonga “a lo guapo”, living the reality of contemporary Tango and feeling the peculiarities of this alive world. During the visit we will have the possibility of appreciating the special people that dance this passionate dance, night
after night.
Private transfer with guide assistance
Overnight at the Hotel.

Day 4
Breakfast at Hotel
Morning at Leisure.
In the evening Tango lesson at Centro Cultural Borges
(shared lesson – 1 hs aprox).
Private transfer without guide assistance

Dinner at argentinean-spanish restaurant followed by the “Noche de
Milonga” a place where locals dance tango free style.
Private transfer with guide assistance .Overnight at the Hotel.

Day 5
After breakfast and depending on flight schedule transfer to airport.
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