Milongas in Buenos Aires and tango events around the world: reviews and listings of milongas, tango festivals and practicas

pepe's Reviews

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Listed in MILONGA, MILONGA - domingo - Sunday

15-6761-1899

Avenida Córdoba 5064, Buenos Aires, Autonomous City of Buenos Aires, Argentina

Reviewed on October 18, 2013. #1 of 3 Reviews

Very nice milonga with a mix of local dancers and foreigners. Mostly a young crowd, but you can dance with people of all ages from all around the world. Buena onda, relaxed and friendly atmosphere.

De Querusa Practica de tango – Buenos Aires

Listed in PRACTICA - jueves - Thursday

15-5509-8728

Carlos Calvo 3745, Buenos Aires, Autonomous City of Buenos Aires, Argentina

Reviewed on October 18, 2013. #1 of 1 Reviews

Very nice practica with good dancers. First hour is a guided practica with teachers showing a sequence or a concept, and after that you practice or just dance and have some empanadas and a drink from the bar.

GNC La Practica de Tango

Listed in PRACTICA - viernes - Friday

Avenida Alvarez Thomas 1121, Buenos Aires, Autonomous City of Buenos Aires, Argentina

Reviewed on October 17, 2013. #1 of 2 Reviews

Nice practica/milonga with a very relaxed atmosphere. The floor is a bit uneven, so take care with the alcohol intake. Mostly locals here, but it's a friendly place with dancers of all levels.

Praktika 8 – Milonga 10

Listed in PRACTICA - martes - Tuesday

15-4066-5831

Loyola 828, Outlets de Aguirre, Buenos Aires, Autonomous City of Buenos Aires, Argentina

Reviewed on October 17, 2013. #1 of 4 Reviews

Excellent classes and a very nice practica/milonga. Good dancers, good sandwich de lomo, buena onda. The music is nice, but my one gripe is that the DJ usually only plays one (1!) milonga tanda during the whole evening, if you're lucky 2. Other than that it's perfect.

La Viruta

Listed in MILONGA - viernes - Friday

4774-6357

Armenia 1366, Buenos Aires, Autonomous City of Buenos Aires, Argentina

Reviewed on October 17, 2013. #1 of 1 Reviews

La Viru on fridays can be messy. Early on the level is usually not very high, and later on the floor is packed. Around 3.30am this place fills up with hungry dancers, that come mostly to eat mediulanas with a cup of café con leche or a submarino – the medialunas, however, are excellent and a perfectly good reason to come.
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