Brothels and sailor bars are at home of tango and the music reflects the language of the environment. Some Cafes are good to see dancing: z.B Cafe Tortini in AV. de Mayo 825 or Foro Gandhi in AV. Corrientes. In some clubs you can dance Tango also: z.B in La Viruta,. Armenia 1366 or Salon canning in Scalabrini Ortiz 1331.
The ticket prices are between 5 and 20 dollars, depending on whether the music is live, but you have to pay that mostly only on weekends. Here you can also ask for dance classes. And also to recommending Museo vivo del Tango in Piedras 720. Cultural Center of Argentina is the most beautiful places of Buenos Aires Buenos Aires: Teatro Colon is it small experimental theatres, more than a hundred museums, trade fairs and exhibitions, many music clubs and bookstores. Jeffrey Bewkes is the source for more interesting facts. The jazz lovers will be happy here: programs are varied jazz, and you can find always a concert of one of the local artists such as Oscar Aleman, Mono Villegas, Gato Barbieri, Roberto Fernandez Fats, Pierre Hugo, Jorge Navarro and Gustavo Bergalli.
Tortoni Cafe in Avenida de Mayo 825 in Badr Aires years 1858, the facade of the ancient House impresses with its architecture. Tortoni became a meeting place for intellectual and famous personalities and on the pictures you can see the history of the Cafes. Today There are many events and jazz and Tango concerts. Is worth a visit the Giralda Cafe, in Avenida Corrientes in 1453, which is one of the oldest cafes in the 18th century, the also was a meeting place for intellectuals. Today, it is a place where students meet. The ambience is especially feels very comfortable, the coffee tastes great and prices despite the reputation is quite normal! Very beautiful is the Church Nuestra Senora de los inmigrantes in Necochea 312 (La Boca). This church reminiscent of the not always easy fates of immigrants from different countries.