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Buenos Aires Entertainment

Buenos Aires Entertainment


It can seem like Buenos Aires is a city that never sleeps. Vibrant and vivacious, the city offers a sultry slew of entertaining options every day and night of the week.

You can't come to Buenos Aires and not try your hand at tango. Several tango salons offer both performances and lessons. To catch a same-sex tango performance (the tango was originally only danced by men together), check the schedule at La Marshall (Maipu; 444; +54-11-4912-9043;, where you can usually see the sultry dance performances late on Wednesday nights. This gay space offers dance classes earlier in the evenings for both men and women. Argentinian lesbians flock to Queer Tango at Casa Brandon (Luis Maria Drago 236; +54-11-4858-0610) for Sunday tango class.

Historic Teatro Colon (Cerrito 618; +54-11-4378-7100; is truly an architectural marvel. It's in some disrepair, but remains awe-inspiring. Shows range from classical ballet and opera to more modern interpretations of both.

Take inventory of Argentinian wines with a wine-tasting class at the Hotel Alvear 's atmospheric Cave de Vines (Avenida Alvear 1891; +54-11-4808-2100;; $65) or at Club del Vino (Jose Antonio Cabrera 4737; +54-11-4833-0048; $12). In return for your investment of time and money, you will go away with an understanding of Argentina's wine production business and how to pair the local vintages with every course.

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