It is customary for a couple to dance together for a complete tanda and then change partners during the cortina. We hold one Argentine tango dance milonga each month, on the first Saturday of the month. See Calendar. How do I ask someone to dance? Here, both men and women ask each other to dance. We strongly encourage use of the Cabaceo. What is dance floor etiquette? At milongas, dancers move in a counter- clockwise line- of- dance direction around the dance floor. It is important to remain aware of the other couples, especially when the floor is crowded, so that we keep the risk of collisions and injury as low as possible.
More is less. The milonga is meant to be a fun and relaxing event. If you would like to practice, please come to one of our practicas. Where can I get more tango instruction? Many people start learning by coming to practicas, but it also is helpful to have some formal lessons. Please see our calendar for more information on upcoming practicas, lessons and workshops.
What kind of shoes should I wear? We recommend starting with a pair of shoes that you know are comfortable, heels or not. Many of the dance patterns involve pivoting or turning on your shoes. You come when you want and how you want it.
We pick you up from the airport, take you to your accommodation, brief you and give you your schedule for each day and immediately you are in the swing of things. Our job is to give you the best service, value for money and experience in Buenos Aires. Your time in Buenos Aires is short and you have come too far away not to get the best out of the Capital of Tango.
Private classes is the quickest way to achieve your aim in Tango unless of course you live here and attend classes every week for at least 6 months; this is not an option for most people. What you learn in one private class is equivalent to what you will learn in a month of a group class, depending on your level and talent of course.
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Group classes are great but you need time to benefit a great deal. People who live here goes to classes every week throughout the year. Don't waist your time you are only in the Capital of tango probably once in a year and you need to get the best out of it. Don't wait till you come back again only now matters and why leave what you can do today till tomorrow?
Because we will not put you in a place not fit to live.
There are many stories we can tell you, organizing apartment through a friends mother turning out to be a cold apartment in winter. The location is not accessible, the standard is low. We can tell you so much but there is no point. People mean well but what they call comfortable here might not be what you see as comfortable.
Our boss is from Europe and insists on high standard of the West as a result all our accommodation are specially vetted. Absolutely not! Argentina Tango is about the sharing of a great social experience which can be equally enjoyed whether you come on your own, accompanied or as a group. We also have services that cater for your needs here in Buenos Aires if you come alone. We have Buenos Aires companion, tango partners, personal shopper etc. So come and do not wait for anyone to fulfill your dreams.
Argentina Tango is for all ages and all levels of Argentina Tango. Our tango experience, travel and adventure are non-discriminatory and absolutely everyone is welcome whatever their age, Argentina Tango ability, or level. The amount of people or size of each group depends on the time of year and when they have holiday form work. Our groups range in size from 6 to Speak to us and let us know when and what you are interested in.
You can join our programme from wherever you are in the world direct to your chosen destination - we offer flight exclusive prices on all holidays to give you this flexibility.
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Argentina Tango transfer is as reliable as you can possibly expect form a reputable company. Once you confirm your Itinerary with us, on your arrival date one of our representative will be at the airport waiting to meet you. What we do is to make life easy and free for you so that you do not have to depend on anyone to be in Buenos Aires. We have set dates for some packages but you can choose your own dates that suit you. It does not matter when, we are ready to receive you and give you the best of Tango, Buenos Aires and Argentina.
It depends on your accommodation choices. Hotels tend to charge a room rate rather than a rate per person. This means that if you wish to have a room to yourself there will be a supplement to pay since our prices are based on one person sharing a twin room. If you would prefer to share a room thus avoiding the supplement , we can find you roommate for the duration of your stay. We carefully plan your trip so that that your accommodation and Studios are not far away from each other.
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Argentina Tango has a unique way of giving intensive tango tuition and condensed tango practice over a short space of time. In the busy times that we live in, this is the perfect way to quickly master the basics! You'll go home having acquired new skills to build upon, as well as a new discovered passion. Argentina Tango intensive tango tuition and tango practice are designed to give you the best and the most in a short space of time.
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Argentina Tango caters for all levels from Complete Beginners to Advanced. We have personal tango partner that can easily be organize for you. In the case of a group, we keep the number of men and women equal, so there are partners for you to dance with. We do this by either limiting the place on allocation to ensure a balance or, where possible we use our personal tango partners to help out in classes. We also offer personal tango partner at a very reasonable rates.
We take care to ensure that you get the most out of Argentina Tango classes. For this reason, we ensure that the classes aren't overcrowded. The maximum number is 6 people and minimum is one. Where possible and especially in the summer we work with air conditioned studios.
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In the main, we work with English-speaking tango teachers. When students can understand Spanish we get out teachers to teach in Spanish. We do not work with translations in our classes.
maicluserspeel.gq This will depend on the circumstances; we in general do not have discounts policy simply because we are extremely competitive. Accommodation policies do however varies that might allow for discounts. We offer different incentives and packages for group bookings. Please contact us with the needs of your group.
Every year, more and more people from overseas choose Buenos Aires to retire or to call home. Buenos Aires has beautiful parks. The architecture will take your breath away. Buenos Aires also has some of the best restaurants in the world. For Argentineans, steaks are not only food but also nearly a religion. You will never, ever have a tastier steak anywhere else.
We guarantee it. People dance all night long and leave the nightclubs way after the sun starts to shine above the horizon. Outside Buenos Aires you will find estancias, rural areas where the gauchos live. These Argentinean cowboys are typical. When you visit an estancia, you will go horseback riding and eat the best asado barbecue of your life, prepared by an authentic gaucho. Valerie Williams hosts Milongas in Ames onmany Sunday afternoons. Q: Is there a cost? SHORT: Depending on the nature of the event, there is either a requested donation freeor nominal , or cost nominal.
The goal is to provide a low cost, enjoyableevening of practicing or dancing. All Practicas and Milongas are open to the public. Youand your friends are welcome, no matter what your level of dancing is. All the Milongavenues are No Smoking. Q: Do I need to know how to dance before coming to a practica or milonga?