A tour of Buenos Aires serves as a great introduction to this incredible city giving you a taste of its fascinating history, architecture,
culture, inhabitants, anecdotes, and secrets. We will explore the busy centre, including the Plaza de Mayo, where the Casa Rosada
Presidential Palace is located; the aristocratic North, including the Recoleta Cemetery, best-known for holding Eva Peron’s grave; and
the working-class South, such as the famous La Boca and San Telmo districts, heartland of the Tango.
This evening enjoy an intimate and passionate tango show, housed in a cosy wood-panelled 19th century building in the heart of Buenos
Aires’s historic centre. The building has a colourful history as it was once a meeting point for poets and students. After being abandoned
in the late 1970s, the bar was beautifully restored and reopened in July 1992 as El Querandí Tango Hall. The show, directed by Claudio Campos with musical arrangements by Ado Falasca, smoothly charts the history of Argentina’s most authentic artistic expression from
its origins to the modern day. With one of the most varied à la carte menus you will find at a tango show, the dinner is very good, and the
show, at just over an hour long, is the perfect length. The three house singers, six dancers and four musicians put on a great show.
Dinner starts at 8.30pm and the show at 10.30pm, finishing at midnight. At the conclusion of the show a private vehicle will transfer you back to your hotel.