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Please note that this is just a sample schedule. While some of the staple activities remain the same each year, we also work hard to find new and groovy things to do each time. We carefully craft the schedule each year to keep up with the latest and give you the best we can!

DAY 1: SATURDAY

morning
Transportation to hotel
Welcome committee will receive you at airport (me.)

afternoon
La Boca - Caminito Street
Outdoor stroll along famous immigrant neighborhood
sitting on the river known for its colorful houses.
A must stop for the visitor. The birth place of tango.


Moni's place - A welcome gathering, general meeting
Complementary sampling of Argentine finger food.

evening
Sunderland
Milonga - Dinner
A traditional & elegant milonga in a traditional neighborhood. Dance tango in a basketball court!

DAY 2: SUNDAY
afternoon
San Telmo - Plaza Dorrego
Outdoor antique market - Street performers.
Lunch together. One of the city's oldest neighborhoods.


evening

Porteño y Bailarín
Group class - Milonga.
Young and old mix in this classic milonga, one of my favorites, relaxed!
They don't serve dinner but have some finger food available.
DAY 3: MONDAY

morning
Shoe Shopping
We'll walk to 2 to 3 different shoe store. From the most modern
to the most traditional shoes, you will love them all!

afternoon
A private lesson will be schedule through out this afternoon

Salon Canning
Milonga - classic scene, big milonga, very popular: I love it! No food here

DAY 4: TUESDAY

morning
Free Day
Rest, chill, read a book, walk around, take a class, do your thing.
A private lesson will be schedule through out this day.


afternoon
Group Class
Discover more tricks, get into the soul of tango,
the rhythm, learn, learn & learn

Practica X
Practica
Tango in XXI century, the new generation
in the moment of creation

DAY 5: WEDNESDAY
morning
Confiteria Ideal
Group class. Beautiful café, founded in 1912.
Here people go to learn & practice.


Lunch - CD - more shoe shopping
Get tango CD or other genres. Hear most music before
purchasing, great value!
One more stop at another shoe store!


evening
Free Night
Rest, take more classes, go dancing, sit down at a café
and look at the people go by. Enjoy!
DAY 6: THURSDAY
morning
Free Day
Rest, visit a museum, take a class...do your thing.
A private lesson will be schedule through out this day



Dinner Tango Show
Yes, this is something very touristy to do, but we have to do it! The food will be great,
the show will be fun and we will take you to an off the beaten path show.

Niņo Bien
Milonga - Elegant milonga, crowded but fun, great music, great ambiance
DAY 7: FRIDAY
afternoon
Chill at city's oldest café: Café Tortoni - Downtown stroll
So many incredible buildings to see: the Government house, El Cabildo,
La Manzana de las Luces, the Congress...this is a great walk!


evening
La Viruta
Milonga - One of the most popular ones, lots of young people and pretty informal.
You will see people in tennis shoes ...hear some different music!
DAY 8: SATURDAY
Recoleta - Cemetery - Handicrafts
One of the most upscale neighborhoods of the capital with a beautiful green park, cultural center, restaurant, the biggest handicraft market you'll see with great stuff!

El Cachirulo
Matinee milonga. Nice atmosphere in a traditional setting where the regulars meet.
Good level of dancing, older crowd, some young people.
Finger food available (restaurant downstairs).
DAY 9: SUNDAY
Feria de Mataderos
Outdoor handicraft market - Popular traditions
Argentine folk music & dancing


La Glorieta
In the lovely neighborhood of Belgrano is a great outdoor milonga...can't miss it!

evening
Farewell fancy dinner at great restaurant
After a long day of outdoor activities, sit and enjoy some of Argentine great food!
DAY 10: MONDAY

morning
Free Morning
Last minute shopping! The great thing is that you don't have to go to the airport until about 6pm (planes usually leave in the evening). So, this gives you time to do that last minute shopping (I even have bought shoes the day I was leaving!)


Transportation to Airport
Don't cry for me Argentin!
It may be your first or second time to Buenos Aires...but it shall not be the last!