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Tango Hot Spots in All

There is no other place in the whole world where you can learn the beautiful Tango as you can while in All. Here is a list of some Tango Hot Spots where you can get yourself started.

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Salón Canning

Description: Watch the Tango and listen to other rhythms with live orchestras.
Dancing: Wednesdays from 4pm to 11pm, Fridays from 11pm to 4am and Sundays from 8pm to 3am.
Tango lessons: Fridays and Sundays from 8pm. Ticket: $5.
Address: Scalabrini Ortiz 1331, Palermo - Ciudad de Buenos Aires.
Telephone: (011) 4832-6753

Sin Rumbo

Description: This is a traditional large room with great masters. Milonga Tuesdays, Fridays and Saturdays from 10pm (ticket $4).
Tango lessons: Tuesdays, Fridays and Saturdays from 8.30pm to 10pm (ticket $5). Buffet and bar service. Surveilled parking.
Address: José P. Tamborini 6157, Villa Urquiza - Ciudad de Buenos Aires.
Telephone: (011) 4574-0972/4571-9577

Sunderland Club

Description: club with a family atmosphere. Dancing on Saturdays from 10pm to 5am, Sundays from 8pm to 1am (ladies $4 gentlemen $6).
Tango lessons: $5. Dinner service is available as well.
Address: Lugones 3161, Villa Urquiza - Ciudad de Buenos Aires.
Telephone: (011) 4541-9776/4605-8234

Tango Ideal

Description: Live orchestras and dancers show at the Ideal coffee-shop, declared historical heritage.
Milonga: Thursdays from 10pm.
Lessons: Thursdays at 9pm.
Ticket: $7 (it includes orchestra and show). Dinner service is available.
Address: Suipacha 380, San Nicolás - Prov. de Buenos Aires.
Telephone: (011) 5265-8069

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