Duration:3 heures en tout
Includes:1 ticket et Transport
Languages:Expériences possibles dans toutes les langues
À propos de votre hôte
I'm a tango dancer, certified teacher, and researcher on sociology of music and dance/movement. My immersion into this world allowed me to understand that tango is not just a dance, but a way of life. My approach to tango combined my personal experience as an insider with my knowledge about its history and social implications to create the Tango Immersion project. You can read more of what we do…
Discover the real tango: Learn about its secrets, and live it as a local dancing at an authentic Milonga. The experience has two parts. First we have a lesson at my studio (very central and easy to get by public transportation). You'll learn the basics of tango and some tips to feel comfortable if it is your first tango experience. Then we'll go to a local milonga (most of the times with live…
Autres informations utiles
Some milongas charge an entrance fee (Not included / As an average it's 200 pesos - US$5). I'll be on tour from June to mid Sept, my colleagues will host the experience during those dates.
Ce qui est fourni
Tango Lesson & Guiding Extras (not included, book in advance): Taxi dancers (professional tango dancers as exclusive partners), and private lessons.
Transportation to Milonga When the Milonga is not at a walking distance from the studio, it includes public transportation / taxi to the Milonga.
Ce qu'il faut apporter
Come with comfortable shoes (preferably smooth soled and well tied to your ankle).
The milonga we'll go doesn't have a dressing code. I suggest to dress casual.
Some milongas charge an entrance fee or pass a hat for the musicians. This is not included in the price of the experience (in average it's not more than 200 pesos / US$5). Feel free to ask about your dates.
Most milongas don't accept cards. I suggest to bring cash for the entrance, food or drinks.
35€ par personne
35€ par personne