It takes two to tangoBuenos Aires
The spirit of tango radiates from every corner of Buenos Aires. The national dance of Argentina showcases fancy footwork at its finest and is a mesmerizing display of dance mastery, an impassioned physical portrayal of seduction and despair. During the famous Milonga nights (tango nights at a local dance hall) you'll observe intertwined tangueros in action, or you can join a spectacular “tango and dinner” show. If you want to give the dance floor a try yourself, you should visit places like Tango Cool, La Marshall or La Virtua where newcomers are welcome. Also, strolling around during Daytime, you will witness street tango at almost every street corner. Walking in a labyrinth of tombs and mausoleums might sound kind of creepy. But the Cementerio de la Recoleta is a remarkable necropolis. When you find the crowd, you have found Evita's monument. For even more Evita-history, visit the presidential palace Casa Rosada, and the Moseo Evita. Find an almost unspoilt subtropical delta full of densely forested islands and shining waterways at the Tigre Delta just half an hour away from downtown. You can look forward to spending a night here, in the city of Tango, before flying south to embark on the adventure.