Do you have trouble distinguishing between the different types of music played at a milonga? Start here!
Stocking the widest selection of tango music in the world, Zivals is a destination in its own right alongside other important tango landmarks in Buenos Aires. Make a stop here to find a rare recorded gem from the Golden Age of tango; it makes for a great souvenir!
After more than 8 months of renovations, the Carlos Gardel Museum reopened its doors in June 2017 to commemorate the 82nd anniversary of the death of Buenos Aires’ legendary tango icon. Read on to learn more about the man and the place he once called home.
As you might have guessed, tango shoes are essential for anyone looking to dance Argentine tango. And what better place to snag your own pair than in Buenos Aires? As the birthplace of the tango, you can be sure that there are a slew of original handmade shoes to be found and danced in. Styles […]
It’s a Tuesday afternoon in the bustling downtown area of Buenos Aires. Just a few blocks away from the main Cathedral and the Casa Rosada (equivalent to the White House) you can hear tango music being played in the streets in front of the main Bureau of Legislation. One might expect to hear tango music in down […]