Travel Photo: Buenos Aires Tango Dancers
Tango Dancing in Buenos Aires, Argentina
© 2014, David A. Porter
When visiting Buenos Aires, besides enjoying a juicy Argentinian steak, you must also take in one of the many tango performances available in this fabulous city.
Here’s three of the many photographs I was able to snag while enjoying a front row table at Rojo Tango, a popular tango dinner theater in Buenos Aires. We enjoyed this evening, and all of our Buenos Aires experiences from our hosts, Kensington Tours.
If I’m completely honest with you, I (David) was kind of bitchy about going to this show. While I greatly enjoy the arts, I just wasn’t all that excited about an evening of tango dancing.
Boy! Was I wrong! :O
Not only did we enjoy a fabulous locally-sourced meal, but the show afterwards was out of this world. And, what I didn’t expect was the quality of the music. Absolutely fabulous. A must-see when you’re in Buenos Aires.
Listen, if you’re concerned about traveling to Europe, might I suggest Argentina? Buenos Aires is a fabulous city (called the Paris of S. America) AND the Argentinian wine country in Mendoza is a fairly short journey away.
Now that the Argentine people have voted out their crazy president and have a sharp new leader ( see 60-minutes story) I think Carol and I will definitely be putting Argentina back on our list of desired destinations. Our short two-day visit was NOT enough, and we want to also get over to Mendoza and sample our much-loved Argentinian Malbecs.
Travel Tip: the strong U.S. Dollar is at a 10-year high against the Argentinian Peso making travel to Buenos Aires wonderfully affordable!
Is Buenos Aires and the Mendoza wine-country on your bucket list? We have friends and travel partners in Buenos Aires who will collaborate with us and help us help you build an absolutely fabulous journey. To do a little exploration on all that Argentina has to offer, CLICK HERE.
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Note: photographs by David A. Porter and protected by U.S. Copyright.
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