Posted on February 25, 2011
To appreciate the intensity and expression of the characteristic rhythm of the Río de la Plata, nothing better than visiting some of its most emblematic tango.
Many travelers arriving to set foot in Argentina Buenos Aires and tango beat and crave, and endearing that particular genre here has deep roots and a thousand and one stories.
Diffuse sources, is said to have drunk of the tango as diverse sources as the candombe, milonga and to the strength of the habanera. The truth is that Buenos Aires was first a marginal pace as emblematic neighborhoods in La Boca and San Telmo , and then little by little-gained acceptance by all walks of life.
To revive the essence of tango today, Buenos Aires has a wide range of sites where you can view, listen and dance to the beat of "two by four".
In the footsteps of tango
Very close Vitraux Mansion , about 4 blocks, it is "The Old Warehouse" inescapable point for any tour of tango in the city. Daily at 20 pm no dinner with Argentine beef and international dishes. At 22 hours a tango show begins extending generally two hours.
Another alternative to dinner and see a tango show interesting is "The Querandí" located in the neighborhood of Congress. The restaurant, which dates from 1920, has been declared a historical monument for its architectural beauty. Tango lessons are also available.
"Señor Tango", located in the neighborhood of barracks, is another place with good tango shows. It was opened in 1996 and quickly achieved international renown. It has been visited by stars around the world as Liza Minelli and Vittorio Gassman.
Finally, in the area of Abasto is "Esquina Carlos Gardel". Noted for its music, its staff, and its gastronomy. Curiously, their main dishes are named after classic songs of the genre. For example, one can taste "Mi Buenos Aires querido" (Chorizo Beef with potatoes "rissole" and cherry tomatoes) or "I am sorry to confess" (Italian tagliatelle with pesto and genotes asparagus tips to the English).