La Ventana, Buenos Aires

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En pleno corazón de San Telmo, La Ventana Barrio de Tango, abrió sus puertas al mundo en 1982. Este histórico conventillo totalmente restaurado es un clásico recorrido por la cultura porteña a través de los tiempos. Los interiores, que preservan lo más puro del edificio, son el ámbito ideal para una propuesta única con 32 artistas en escena: dos orquestas de Tango, un conjunto de música folclórica, bailarines y cantantes. Nuestro menú incluye platos internacionales y típicos de nuestro país, con la tradicional parrilla al carbón y una amplia bodega de vinos argentinos.

In the very heart of San Telmo, this historic restored tenement (known as conventillo) is a classic example of the culture of the old city of Buenos Aires. The premises of La Ventana takes a trip to these old times. The interior, which preserves the building in its purest style, creates the ideal setting for a unique experience which includes 32 performers, two tango orchestras, an Argentine folk music group, dancers and singers. Besides, there is a menu consisting of national and international cuisine and an exquisite selection of Argentine wines.
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  • Show includes Tango Dancing , great singers, folkloric Andean music & Malambo dancing as well as boleadoras demonstration from a Gaucho dancer. Even some music from Evita. Fabulous music. Every where ...  more »
  • My wife and I had pre-booked the dinner-show at our hotel but, when we arrived at the venue's admission booth to pick up our tickets, they didn't have our reservation anywhere. Luckily, they had a few...  more »
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  • Excellent tango show. We chose the option of show only (with no dinner) and loved it. They have about an hour and a half performance in a cozy performance hall that looks like a mix between a German beer hall and a quaint South American performance theater. They have tango dancers, musical performers, singers, an Andean band, and the best of all was a Andean performer showing off dancing skills with rope instruments (best way to describe it). Wine was free with the show as well as pickup and drop off to your hotel. We had an excellent night.
  • Great show. Tango was amazing. How they avoid getting kicked you know where is magic.The rest of the acts, including a man with long hair spinning two ballsaround his head while performing a dance similar to Flamenco was very exciting. The group that played guitar and flute we're very authentic. My only negative complaint would be that they did not know how to end the show on a high note. They had plenty of opportunity, but missed all of them dragging the show out.
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