Passed by this square a few times during week days and saw two times tango dancers performing. Like it better during the weekdays when it isn't too crowded.
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We really love coming to this place since it's so typical of Buenos Aires; we were there on a Saturday afternoon and had the good fortune of having excellent tango dancers dancing in the middle of the park. This happen while we are enjoying a...More
Right in the middle of San Telmo a must visit. Nowadays the city is organizing free Tango lessons (as far as i have seen)... but you can always enjoy a coffee and watch a couple dancing the Tango there!
If you need a place to stroll, look for flea market gifts (or trunks of old British silver place settings, etc) and then grab an espresso or a meal, this is the place to go. You can stroll around the San Telmo neighborhood, sit in...More
Most people know that this is the centre of the Sunday San Telmo market, and that they have displays of Tango on throughout the day. By chance we heard that after the market was finished, they have "local night", where some of the professional tango...More
We were in BA for 3 nights. Really enjoyed a meal and a cold beer here. Plaza Dorrego has a lovely relaxed atmosphere, lots of chairs and tables, to sit to people watch, watch the tango by stunning performers. I found staff at the restaurants...More
Plaza Dorrego is the city's second oldest plaza after Plaza de Mayo. At the beginning of the 19th century it became a public square surrounded by colonial buildings that still survive. Plaza Dorrego is the heart of San Telmo’s Sunday street market and the area...More