When your cruise ship docks in Buenos Aires, your driver will accompany you to to San Telmo, the oldest neighborhood in Buenos Aires and the birthplace of tango, where "El Viejo Almacen" (The old Store) is located.
The building where El Viejo Almacén is located dates back to the end of the 18th century, more precisely to the year 1769. In 1969, Edmundo Leonel Rivero turned it into a "Temple of Tango" and from that moment on, EL VIEJO ALMACÉN was the obligatory rendezvous of the best expressions of citizen music.
Great exponents of tango passed through El Viejo Almacén: Aníbal Troilo, Osvaldo Pugliese, Roberto Goyeneche among many others, shown their talents and were appreciated and applauded by countless personalities including King Juan Carlos and Queen Sofia of Spain, Presidents of different nations of the world and many other personalities who made possible that the fame of EL VIEJO ALMACÉN transcended beyond our country.
El Viejo Almacén has an impressive show with professional dancers and a live band, in addition to offering you a delicious three-step gourmet menu.
• Terminal de Cruceros Quinquela Martin, Av. Pres. Ramon Antonio Castillo 13, Buenos Aires 1104 Argentina
• El Viejo Almacen, Balcarce 799, Buenos Aires Argentina