Hotel Cuatro Reyes

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

Avenida Independencia 1391, Buenos Aires, Capital Federal District, 1100ABA, Argentina
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Costs 63% less but rated 29% lower than other 4 star hotels

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Recomended tango shows?

by njschoombee

I am looking into booking a nice affordable tango show over December in Buenos. Any recommendations? THis is my first time there.

thanx

Re: Recomended tango shows?

by Odinnthor

The most elaborate one is likely the La Esquina de Carlos Gardel, but there are several of this type of show.

http://www.esquinacarlosgardel.com.ar/

http://tangotix.com/en/la-esquina-carlos-gardel-en/

There are many others, but as a tour director, I felt that this show really got into the magnificense of the tango. I must admit, that after several visits to Buenos Aires, I did feel more comfortable at some of the smaller and less touristy places. However for a great tango show, this is the one. Here is a bit about BA from my own pages.

http://members.virtualtourist.com/m/1276e2/17875d/4/

Re: Recomended tango shows?

by mircaskirca

There are endless varieties of milongas available throughout the city every day, with a greater concentration on weekends. Each milonga has its own style, ambient and clientele. Some of them begin with dancing classes and many have presentations by professional performance dancers.

Two of my favourites were:

La Viruta - it's a preferred place for the younger public where people attend dancing classes before the dance.
www.lavirutatango.com
Armenia 1366, Palermo
phone: 011 4774 6357/4779 0030

Parakultural
www.parakultural.com.ar
Scalabrini Ortiz 1331, Palermo
phone: 015 5738 3850
e-mail: omarviola@parakultural.com.ar

Enjoy Buenos Aires!

mira

Re: Recomended tango shows?

by Guerrero_Zulu1

First of all, congratulations on your first time visiting Argentina! As for the tango shows...there are a LOT, but unfortunately not all of them would give you the real-tango-experience so be careful when choosing what to see and where to go.
You can check this out, I think it'll be helpful: http://www.culturacercana.com.ar/eng/index.php/know-more-tour.html

Re: Recomended tango shows?

by easterntrekker

Hi
We were there in Oct and loved Taconeando.(www.Taconeando.com). It was smallenough to be authentic but very professional.Good value at 90pesos in cluding dinner and transportion.

Re: Recomended tango shows?

by njschoombee

Do any of you have any experience on Piazzolla Tango?

Travel Tips for Buenos Aires

Argentinian wines

by jakelorenzo

One great thing about Argentina is the wine. It is world class and it is relatively inexpensive. Whenever we are in Argentina we focus on malbec. While there are some very decent cabs, syrahs and tempranillos, we find the malbecs much more reliable. 2006 was one of the best vintages ever in Argentina. (It looks like 2008 will be another terrific vintage.) When choosing wine vintage is most important.
On our most recent trip (March 2008) we found some bargain priced favorites. We recommend them to you: Phebus Malbec 2006, 20 pesos, Alto Sur Malbec 2006, 20 pesos, Finca Intimayu Malbec 2006, 50 pesos, San Felicien Malbec 2006, 40 pesos.
If you prefer white wines, stick to the torrontes. Susana Balbo Crios Torrontes, any year 30 pesos, Cycclos Torrontes 2006, 40 pesos, Tapiz Torrontes 2007, 20 pesos.

Cementery of the Recoleta

by pili

It is on the left side of the Basilica of Our Lady of Pilar. Along the cementery?s streets, you will find mausoleums with sculptures by famous local and international artists. Many well-known people are buried here, such as Eva Duarte de Peron (Evita), Domingo Faustino Sarmiento, Juan Manuel de Rosas, Facundo Quiroga and Bartolome Mitre.

Quintana Ave. and Junin st. (daily 7am.-6pm)

BUT I NEVER FORGET ABOUT THE CATS...

by RafaelTheSecond

Street cats in Buenos Aires have something special, they are very hairy, and me as a cat lover, would never be out of Buenos Aires without taking some nice pictures of them...Well that bloke I found in a window of a very interesting spot in Buenos Aires, the street Caminito, one of the famous spots of the Tango life in Argentina.

Caminito is also a tango's theme...CAMINITO QUE EL TIEMPO HA BORRADO....QUE JUNTOS UN DIA NOS VISTE PASAR...and there it goes....

This cat is very simular to my cat Ferrugem!:))))

Sep 15th, 2005

Barrio Parque

by Shakermaker

A small area full of mansions of all styles, here you can find very modern houses, old style manors, etc. The best of this part of the city is that it is located just 10 or 15 ming away from the microcentro, its worth a walk.
Located between Avenida Figueroa Alcorta and the river ( it is not near the river but bear Figueroa Alcorta)

Shopping is Great!

by maryellen50 about All Buenos Aires shops

I spent sooooo many dollars here. I bought many tango memorabilia including photos and sidewalk art in La Boca and several wood animals carvings and wind chimes. Due to the peso devaluation, everything is very reasonable and high quality. Tango memorabilia in La Boca, Argentina indigenous crafts. I bought several Penguin statues. Wall hangings. Wind chimes. The Mendoza wines are highly rated. Depends on your budget. Prices vary according to quality as anywhere you shop. In general, everything is very reasonable and good quality due to the peso devaluation.

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 Hotel Cuatro Reyes

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Address: Avenida Independencia 1391, Buenos Aires, Capital Federal District, 1100ABA, Argentina