Conceived by the brilliant designer Phillippe Starck, Rojo Tango recreates a French Cabaret of the early twentieth century. It offers an intimate, warm and exclusive environment for around one hundred people. With its excellent location, its magical surroundings, its gastronomic offer and a show that surprises for its performances, production,...Read more
Located inside the exclusive and impressive Hotel Faena, Rojo Tango is a fascinating show that conquers all the senses, combining sounds, aromas, colors, movement and flavors.If you're looking for an authentic Tango cultural experience in the splendor of a decadent yet refined ambience, look no further than Tango Rojo. This tango show is the best...Read more
Lightning-quick feet and furious with passion — some of the best tango dancers in town will steal your breath away during La Ventana, a show not to be missed. Take your seat inside a restored tenement located in San Telmo, the Buenos Aires barrio where the sultry dance began. Mix in two tango orchestras, vocalists, a folk band, a demo of...Read more
La Ventana is one of the classiest and most entertaining tango shows in all of Buenos Aires! Let yourself enjoy the excitment of a dinner and tango show in the heart of San Telmo and you won't regret it!
In the heart of San Telmo, this historic restored tenement is a Buenos Aires classic. La Ventanas authentic interior preserves the purest...Read more
You can’t fully experience Buenos Aires, the city where the tango originated, without enjoying a live tango show! During this fantastic night out, enjoy a dinner of international cuisine (optional) followed by great entertainment from professional tango dancers at one of the most historic venues in Argentina, Viejo...Read more
While in port in Buenos Aires, enjoy an evening out at a tango show with dinner on this 4-hour shore excursion. This exciting event combines a three-course meal with the stirring music and sultry moves of Argentina's celebrated dance form. Watch the grace of the dancers at El Querandí, a historic tango cafe located in the Recoleta neighborhood,...Read more
Spend an evening at the glitzy, glamorous 'Señor Tango' show with optional dinner in Buenos Aires. This activity envelops you with the culture and passion of Argentine tango as envisioned by music icon Fernando Soler and features dozens of dancers and vocalists. Upgrade to add a 3-course meal and wine to your evening inside a refined theater to...Read more
Get ready for a night of fun and elegance in Buenos Aires during a dazzling and spectacular night tango show. Enjoy a 3-course meal of the highest quality international and Argentine cuisine and watch a performance of the passionate, soulful...Read more
Palacio Tango: Teatro Tango Carlos Gardel Show is the best way to have an unforgettable night of tango music, dancing and passion.
The theater is located in one of the most emblematic places of downtown Buenos Aires: Guemes Gallery. The European architectural imprint of the late nineteenth century, with its marked Art Nouveau style, is...Read more
There are many tango shows in Buenos Aires, but if you have a taste for luxury, only the Rojo Tango Show will do. This first-class experience takes place inside the cabaret theater of the high-end, designer Faena Hotel. Watch tango dancers in period costume, with vocalists and a live orchestra adding to the powerhouse show, while attentive staff...Read more
Get Skip The Line Tickets to one of the best Tango Shows in town and enjoy a unique opportunity to have a memorable night and attend a fantastic Tango Show with professional dancers and musicians in a nice...Read more
A unique experience at a gorgeous cabaret theater, created by world-famous designer Phillipe Starck. Enjoy an spectacular Tango Show in an intimate, warm and exclusive ambience, with professional artists and the special performance of Carlos Copello, one of the most famous tango...Read more
Visit Café de los Angelitos, a historic tango cafe in the City of Buenos Aires, located in the neighborhood of Balvanera. It was the place where Carlos Gardel established his "bar" from 1912, when he began his artistic career forming a duo with José Razzano. The latter, in 1944, composed a famous tango with lyrics by Cátulo Castillo, entitled...Read more