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La Catedral Club

Sarmiento 4006, Buenos Aires C1197AAH, Argentina
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Best tango teachers

I went on my own and had a great evening.I had a class with casandra and her dance partner who... read more

Reviewed 13 September 2017
Soloshirlz
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London, United Kingdom
The true tango experience

Better than going to a fancy Tango show. You can go to La Catedral, take tango classes for 100... read more

Reviewed 27 July 2017
cami_landgraf90
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Porto Alegre, RS
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Sarmiento 4006, Buenos Aires C1197AAH, Argentina
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Reviewed 13 September 2017

I went on my own and had a great evening.I had a class with casandra and her dance partner who broke down the steps and made it easier.It was my first time and I wish I lived in the country to go again. There was...More

Thank Soloshirlz
Reviewed 27 July 2017

Better than going to a fancy Tango show. You can go to La Catedral, take tango classes for 100 pesos (1h30 of class) and if you go on a Friday evening, you can see the true tango lovers dancing just for the sake of it....More

Thank cami_landgraf90
Reviewed 27 July 2017 via mobile

I took a tango class here. I was the only tourist, and by far the worst dancer. But it felt like a local experience and I'm glad I went. No photos, because, well, you don't really want to see me trying to Tango! Less that...More

Thank Irene F
Reviewed 17 May 2017 via mobile

The place is so much fun! You can pay for a tango lesson and then spend the night there drinking and keep dancing or just watch the amazing Argentinian doing it (eating is not very recommendable). Prices are affordable and the atmosphere is unique. A...More

Thank fedem03
Reviewed 11 May 2017

The best part of this club was offering 3 in 1 solution. I went there during my Buenos Aires visit. It starts giving classes on Tango at 11 p m, you can be in group for absolute biginngers, level 2 learners of advance learners. The...More

Thank Singal_Sandeep
Reviewed 8 May 2017

The place is a bit neglected, but it adds to the style of the place. Prices are quite reasonable and you can just get a table and watch the locals dance or try a few steps yourself. As other reviewers suggest, it is best to...More

1  Thank Eugenia M
Reviewed 5 May 2017

One of the things that mostly stroke me in Buenos Aires was that tango was not everywhere, In fact you had to look for it. One of the places you can go is "La cathedral". Though it is pretty close to the metro station, you...More

2  Thank Maria N
Reviewed 25 April 2017

If you don't come to the Tango lesson, and like us, only want a night out watching some locals dancing Tango, you should come not before midnight. Definitely don't come hungry, the food and the service are not so great, to say the least.

Thank 30rotem
Reviewed 28 March 2017

As tourists to Buenos Aires, we didn't want to go to the heavily marketed tango shows that seemed to combine questionable food and high prices. A friend from Buenos Aires suggested this place as a good neighborhood place where the locals just go to tango....More

1  Thank Debra K
Reviewed 19 March 2017

When I walked in, honestly, I was not sure what to expect. This place has character! I had a fantastic tango lesson by Matias, who is a very good instructor, handsome, funny and very good at teaching the nuance of the dance. Because I came...More

1  Thank MaryK3786
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m261
1 April 2017|
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Response from Debra K | Reviewed this property |
We certainly didn't need Spanish to get in the door and hang out. Pretty sure the classes here are taught in Spanish, but dance is a universal language, so my guess is you could even take a dance class without knowing much... More
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