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La Glorieta De Belgrano

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La Glorieta De Belgrano

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Barrancas De Belgrano, Buenos Aires Argentina
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Tigre City and Tigre Delta Half Day Tour for small groups

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Explore the city of Tigre and the Paraná Delta on this half-day excursion. After a convenient hotel pickup, enjoy a comfortable boat ride through the sprawling Paraná Delta. Marvel at its picturesque landscape and capture memorable photos of its islands before traveling by bus to the city of Tigre. Learn about the region’s unique culture and fascinating history at local museums and enjoy a walk along the gorgeous Paseo Victoria.
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Alan H wrote a review Mar 2019
New York City, New York27 contributions20 helpful votes
This was, for us, the perfect introduction to the milongas which take place all over Buenos Aires. Neither my wife nor I have any experience in tangoing, so we just wanted to watch without being too conspicuous as non-participants. This venue, a large gazebo in a park, had about 40 couples dancing to recorded music. Their attire was casual but neat, with extra attention to the shoes. The dancing was mostly quiet, but, between songs, there was a brief pause to chat or find partners. Nothing fancy or “artistic” about it; it was just a group of people with a shared interest gaving a great time together. The only caveat: don’t come too late. On the night we went, the dancing stopped abruptly at 11pm.
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Date of experience: March 2019
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Donnaprana wrote a review Nov 2018
Geneva, Switzerland45 contributions30 helpful votes
You'll be lucky to see any other tourists at the Glorieta so if you're looking for some 'keeping it real' tango where everyone comes to dance then this is the place to go. Sunday nights are best and we arrived around 21.30 which was perfect. You'll see tango but also Argentinian folk dances, all spontaneous, all levels and everyone just having a good time. If you know a little tango you might even be brave enough to let one of the older more experienced tangoists give you the eye and sweep you onto the dance floor for what will probably be your most authentic evening in Buenos Aires.
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Date of experience: November 2018
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Alex del Azar wrote a review Aug 2014
Buenos Aires, Argentina780 contributions289 helpful votes
Barrancas de Belgrano , a place to visit, there are three squares, all different, all with History, in la Glorieta you can find Tango , in the park you can see TaiChiChuan, in the other square kids with their skates, in the othe one lots of dogs....and families!! I love Barrancas de Belgrano a very nice neighborhood to live and visit when you are in BA, close to the China Town....
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Date of experience: August 2014
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