Read what other Viator.com travelers think about the Buenos Aires Tango Show, Dinner and Dance Lessons. What they loved, what they liked and what they think could be improved, it's all here to help you make the most of your next trip.
We are not dancers, but we survived. It was fun. We learned the moves and enjoyed the dinner plus show.
The dinner and the show was incredible. We got there too late for the tango lesson. But I'm sure it would have been great as well!
This is a must do while in Buenos Aires! The tango dance lessons added to the fun and helped make the night truly fantastic. The instructor had high energy and was able to get everyone moving. The show was excellent and the food was surprisingly good.
I was solo and had a great time! Learning the tango (or at least attempting) was fun!! The show was good too!! Would recommend doing this while in Argentina. Jim
Great evening, learning the Tango was real fun even if your feet did not want to go the way you wanted them to!! The meal was good, and great value for money, the steak was big, and the wine was very drinkable. Can say was well worth the money for a good night out.
Went as solotraveller and had heaps of fun! Great lesson, food and show!
I was lone traveller- when I was on the the dance lesson, on hindsight I was thinking that I should have skipped that. But I was glad I didn't. The dance instructor, Alejandro was really hilarious and since it was a group dance, being on my own, I never felt as a wall flower at all.
After the lesson, we were given a certificate then escorted to the dining and show area. And since I was on my own, I was led upstairs for two-seater table. The ambience is good and where I was seated I had a full view of the show. The downside is that, since seated upstairs it took a while before being served with food. I saw people downstairs who came later than me finished their starter and having their main course whilst I still wait for a basket of bread. But the food is worth the wait...the dinner comes with a bottle of wine while complements the beautifully cooked (medium) Argentine beef steak... I love my steak but there were instances before that I have to send back the steak if not cooked as expected and I think this is one of the best steak I had. The table cutlery don't provide steak knife so you must ask for it persistently. Other than, I thoroughly enjoy my dinner. The show is spectacular! It has a story line of the development of tango in Argentina so it's not just a random dance show so it's informative as well.
one word FABULOS! Got to learn the basics of tango and met people from all over the world. I had a ball
Had a great time doing this, teacher had a great sense of humour. Show afterwards was amazing, beautiful costumes and I enjoyed the plot line. The class was quite overcrowded though which made seeing the instructor and learning a little challenging. Dinner was quite nice.
The tango lesson was fairly brief because of the crowd, but very enjoyable and worthwhile. My wife's dinner (pasta) was excellent; my steak was terrible (the last thing I expected in Argentina!). The tango show was quite good, but I would have preferred that the cast not dance so much with audience members. Overall, an excellent evening.
I would recommend an evening like this if you are going to Buenos Aires. It was really fun at the tango lessons, great food afterwards and the show was a good experience.
It was a fun experience!
The Tango show was good and it is a real eye-opener as we could see different types of dances. Bravo!
Fun evening. Good food. Great show. But too many people at the dance lesson--too crowded in a small room.
As expected, the class was crowded. Very touristy but a lot of fun.
Highly disappointed! First because the driver forgot to take us at the hotel. We have been waiting about 1h30 trying to reach the ONLY contact person mentioned on the voucher to find out where he was.
That same person couldn't reach the driver for X,Y reasons so we ended up paying an extra taxi ourselves to reach the place - luckily right on time (people were eating their desserts before the show got started).
The dinner was probably the WORST we've had in Buenos Aires. Very tourists oriented which means in other words, zero effort! One Menu for all and too bad if you don't like their selection. Thank God the beautiful Argentinian wine was there to comfort us. We really felt like it was just about getting our money in the easiest and quickest way.
The show was nice! You can feel the passion of Tango in each dancer and it is very pleasant to watch.
The dance lesson: A JOKE! Except for 2-3 lucky guys who got picked for a 2 second Tango spin, it was a lie. They do not teach you Tango at all. First because there is no proper space to do so, second because there was no time dedicated for 'teaching'.