1. Buenos Aires: El Querandí Tango Show with Optional Dinner
See the El Querandí Tango Show, Bueno Aires' first tango show dating back to the 1920s. Sip on unlimited drinks, enjoy an optional 3-course dinner, and experience an unforgettable evening of dance entertainment in an intimate and historical venue. Located in the San Telmo neighborhood, step inside a restored mansion from the 1920s, which today is listed historic heritage site, and marvel at its art deco facade, checkered floor, and Solomonic columns. Listen to live music from a quartet of piano, double bass, bandoneón, and violin, conducted by the famous conductor Aldo Falasca. Watch as the history of the Tango is expressed through dance by the passionate dancers. Enhance your experience by upgrading to a 3-course dinner menu, or the VIP dinner menu, to taste traditional dishes from different regions in Argentina. Both dinner menus include unlimited drinks and if you choose the VIP dinner menu you will have special seating next to the stage.