Top Buenos Aires Classes & Workshops
99 results | All Buenos Aires Tours
* A traveler said: "Catalina was a great teacher and her English was perfect. I throughly enjoyed this experience and would recommend it"
* A traveler said: "Tango show was stupendous and meal was very good with continuously flowing wine throughout. Somewhat expensive but so is the Faena hotel. Very well worth it if can afford it!"
* A traveler said: "Laura, our teacher was great at learning us the basic of tango so we could experience this fantastic dance. Highly recommended and great teacher!"
* A traveler said: "The food, service and ambience was so lovely. We totally enjoyed the experience. The staff were very engaging and they met our food requirements expertly."
* A traveler said: "We took an hours Tango lesson then we were taken to a public dance which included wine and empanadas! It was a great experience to dance with our teachers and strangers who dance at all levels. This was a fun evening - recommended!"
* A traveler said: "Enjoyed the experience thoroughly, except the name “live cooking” can sound scary for some people. Be sure to purchase the wine pairing to get the full experience. The staff had been professional and the food was delicious."
* A traveler said: "We attended this performance with the dinner included. Excellent show in the San Telmo district. An older venue than some of the shows but the performance was much more intimate as we were seated close to the stage. The variety in the acts was also very good. We thoroughly enjoyed the evening."
* A traveler said: "Excellent tour and value. Nati was a great tour guide. She showed us a lot And was very informative."
* A traveler said: "Simply the best Tango show in Buenos Aires We did the show with dinner and it was superb Good food, good wines and a great Tango show Simply a must for anyone visiting Buenos Aires"
* A traveler said: "This was not just a cooking class. This was an experience learning about shopping in a market, learning about Argentinian culture and way of life, and making delicious food. It was a really special experience."
* A traveler said: "A wonderful experience and even had vegetarian options! Show started at 10:15 and went until 11:30 pm. Recommend doing dinner and the show for the full experience."
* A traveler said: "This was an amazing way to understand and fully interact with the City. My guide took all the time in the world to introduce me to every milestone the City has and to attach all of his history in my tour. It was perfectly in synch and I got to be a porteño for a while."
* A traveler said: "Wonderful warm host, great immersive experience so even on a very all too short visit you get to experience some sense of what it is to live and eat in BA!"
* A traveler said: "Marcelo and assistant were excellent instructors and provided basic steps and moves for Tango. This was a one hour private lesson followed by a delightful 3 hour visit to a Tango Club to practice."
* A traveler said: "This was a lovely tour; we visited three different restaurants, all located within a short walking distance of each other, and sampled a variety of food (and drinks). We had one item at each of the first two stops, and at the third we had a large platter of food (more than we could finish!). The tour ended with dessert at a gelateria, which had about a dozen different versions of dulce de leche ice cream. Our guide, German, was excellent - very knowledgeable and had lots of interesting information about the food and drinks we tried and about the culture of Argentina and Buenos Aires in general."
* A traveler said: "If you want to have an authentic tango experience while you're in Buenos Aires, I recommend you forego the tourist spectacles and go with this experience. I was in Buenos Aires with two of my (university) students, because I wanted them to not just watch people dance tango but learn about the dance itself and have a richer, cultural experience. We were not disappointed! Rafael (a professional tango dancer from Venezuela) met us at 10pm for a one-hour lesson, which included the basic steps and instructions for how to move, where to place your hands, how to lead etc. Then we took an Uber to Maldita Milonga, one of the best places to watch locals dance tango. On Wednesday evenings there is a live orchestra, which was amazing, and then we got to watch the tango dancers. I even got to try out my newly learned moves myself, which was fun! Rafael was an amazing teacher and guide, and the whole experience was unforgettable. Highly recommend this to anyone looking for the real deal, not just a tourist attraction."
Frequently Asked Questions
- Plaza San Martin
- Floralis Generica
- Plaza Dorrego
- Paz Palace (Palacio Paz)
- Casa Rosada
- National Library
- Palais de Glace
- Esquina Carlos Gardel
- Barrio Norte
- La Plata
- Latin American Art Museum of Buenos Aires (Museo de Arte Lationoamericano de Buenos Aires, MALBA)
- Villa Crespo
- Basílica de Nuestra Señora del Pilar
- Jewish Museum of Buenos Aires (El Museo Judío de Buenos Aires )
- Barrio de Abasto
- Obelisk (Obelisco de Buenos Aires)
- Buenos Aires Botanical Garden (Jardin Botanico Carlos Thays)
- Buenos Aires Eco-Park
- Galileo Galilei Planetarium (Planetario Galileo Galilei)
- Mundo Marino