Enjoy a memorable night out in Buenos Aires and experience the passion of the Argentine tango at an evening La Ventana tango show. With live tango and folk bands, a gaucho demonstration and a moving tribute to Eva Perón, this is one of the city’s most unique tango performances. For the full experience, kick off the night with a delicious 3-course dinner.Port pickup is included!
ItineraryThis is a typical itinerary for this productYou will start the evening being picked up from the Buenos Aires Cruise Port.Pass By: Terminal de Cruceros Quinquela Martin, Buenos Aires, Capital Federal DistrictHead to the cobblestone streets of San Telmo, the birthplace of tango and the oldest barrio in Buenos Aires. Arrive at a conventillo, a historic tenement restored and now used as a restaurant-theater, where La Ventana takes place. As you stroll through the theater’s preserved architectural interior, travel back in time to the tango grandeur of the early 1900s. Dig into a three-course meal featuring a wide array of Argentine and international dishes, accompanied by Argentine wines. See below for a sample menu. Around 10 pm, be ready for the performance.Two tango orchestras and an Argentine folk music group provide live accompaniment to the five smartly costumed couples on stage, who grace the stage with sensuality and breathtaking precision. Listen to both Spanish and indigenous styles of music from the bands as well as vocalists. Get a glimpse of the gaucho culture, or Argentina’s version of cowboys, through a demonstration of boleadoras, used to wrangle livestock. The show closes with a moving tribute to Eva Perón.This excursion concludes within a 15-minute taxi ride to the cruise port (not included).Duration: 4 hoursLocation: La Ventana