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First Tango in Buenos Aires

 

Love, longing, disagreement, surprise and deception are some of the topics that the tango has put words and music on. Although sometimes it blows a certain melancholy, tango always gives desire to dance: to follow a step, repeat a phrase, hit the heels against the floor and especially dance with your loved, with passion. This article is an invitation to discover the traditional places and secrets of the universe of 2 × 4...

 

We begin the morning with a good and sweet mate to the beat of the 2 × 4 (92.7 FM) listening the classics and unheard of tango ... all very varied. At noon we have lunch at the corner of San Juan and Boedo, at Homero Manzi (attention: every night there are tango shows during dinner). And before leaving, we shall be tempted by souvenirs: T-shirts, sweatshirts, posters, pens, pins and books, among others.

 

Already, with a bellyfull and a good music tune through our minds we will prepare ourselves for the evening. We pop other to Neotango, the ideal store to find shoes. But as in terms of shoes, two addresses are better than one, we go to Comme il faut, where we are received like royalty in a private apartment in the heart of Recoleta. Only then we head back home to get ready. Nothing is forgotten: hairdressing, perfume, clothing, accessories. A milonga girl knows about style, of course.

 

We are moving to a milonga, El Beso, where the lovers meet up secretly, fold one's arms and dance until using the floor. Later, we go to another milonga, more underground: The cathedral, where it is forbidden to take pictures, as in a real religious temple. Already well warmed and uninhibited, we end our night in the bar El Faro, that receives us to sing tango till dawn.

 

But we would never have experienced any of these places without our fairy godmother of the fantasy world of tango: Sophie Guillouche, a French girl who arrived in Buenos Aires in 2006 to realize her dream of tango. She has two projects exclusively devoted to this art. For French tourists she organizes tours on the theme of tango (private lessons or in groups, shows, dinners and personalized visits). She also runs with her husband, Daniel Boa, a tango magazine online www.2xtango.com. It covers all the events of tango "made in Buenos Aires", provides information, articles, pictures and videos of the milongas, shows and teachers.

Discover them in a report of a French chanel,TF1: http://videos.tf1.fr/jt-13h/un-petit-tango-a-buenos-aires-6787764.html

 

Here are some of her options:

 

A day of passion in Buenos Aires.

- A private lesson of an hour and a half with a tango teacher.

- Romantic evening with tango dinner-show (4:00)

- At night, putting into practice your knowledge in a luxury milonga.

 

Passion "à la carte"

- During the day, an hour and a half private lesson in excellent tango schools with the best teachers

- Technique lesson in groups for men and women (an hour and a half)

- A dinner-show

- All night parties in the best milongas of Buenos Aires

- Every morning free to discover the secrets of the city

- Two airport-hotel transfers

 

Passion week for dance schools

- Two hours of private lesson in excellent tango schools with the best teachers

- Technique lesson in groups for men and women (an hour and a half)

- A dinner-show

- All night parties in the best milongas of Buenos Aires

- All lunches and dinners in typical and mythical restaurants of Buenos Aires

- Wine tasting in a famous wine cellar of the capital

- A French guide all week

- Two airport-hotel transfers

 

You will always have time to dance the last tango in Paris. Meanwhile, fall in love and dance your first tango in Buenos Aires.

 

Sophie Guillouche

4932-7525 / 155-764-0621

http://www.2xtango.com/

http://www.tangovacances.com

Link

http://www.la2x4.gov.ar/

http://www.piazzollatangoshow.com

http://www.neotangoshoes.com/

http://www.commeilfaut.com.ar/

 

Adresses

Milonga El Beso – Riobamba 416

Milonga La Catedral – Sarmiento 4006

Bar El Faro – Av. de los Constituyentes 4099