Tango Milongas of Buenos Aires

Our seleccion of Milongas by neighbourhood; where to dance tango in Buenos Aires

Nuñez and Belgrano

																	  																  

La Glorieta de Belgrano

Description: only in summer, free milonga in the open air, in a gazebo.
Best day: sunday.
Opening hours: from 7pm to 12pm.
Address: 11 de Septiembre & Echeverría, Barrancas de Belgrano.

Palermo

																	  																  

Parakultural, Salon Canning

Description: Parakultural is one of the most important milongas in Buenos Aires. Good dancers guaranteed and often masters.
Best days: monday, tuesday & friday.
Opening hours: from 11pm to 4am.
Address: Scalabrini Ortiz 1331, Palermo.

La Viruta

Description: one of the best-known milongas. In the basement, a big hall crowded with people and different atmosphere according to the time: early, many beginners and non-dancers. As time goes by dancers start showing up (not before 3 am) to end by breakfast time.
Best days: friday & saturday.
Opening hours: from 12pm to 6am.
Address: Centro Armenio, Armenia 1366.

Almagro

																	  																  

La Catedral

Description: unique alternative place in a hangar covered in paintings, an antique shop. Vegetarian food served. Regular concerts. A few good dancers and a lot of curious people.
Best day: tuesday.
Opening hours: from 8:30pm to 4am.
Address: Sarmiento 4006, Almagro.

Balvanera

																	  																  

El Beso

Description: one of the most traditional milongas. Small hall, small dance floor, low lights, very respected milongas codes, very high dance level in general.
Best days: wednesday, thursday & saturday.
Opening hours: from 8:30pm to 1am.
Address: Riobamba 416, Congreso.

Porteño y Bailarín

Description: traditional Milonga in two halls.
Best day: sunday.
Opening hours: from 11pm to 3am.
Address: Riobamba 345, Congreso.

San Nicolas

																	  																  

Confitería Ideal

Description: in a magnificent historical Belle Epoque building. Milonga in the “morning”, starting at 3 pm. A place which many toursits attend but which is well-worth visiting.
Best day: monday.
Opening hours: from 3pm to 10pm.
Address: Suipacha 384, Centro.

San Telmo

																	  																  

Maldita Milonga

Description: in a beautiful house in San Telmo, milonga with Orquesta Típica El Afronte at 11pm.
Best day: wednesday.
Opening hours: from 10pm to 3am.
Address: Perú 571, San Telmo.

Dandi

Description: nice small traditional milonga in San Telmo.
Best day: wednesday.
Opening hours: from 10pm to 3am.
Address: Shusheta – Piedras 936.

Club Independencia

Description: warm and relaxed atmosphere in an old house in San Telmo. An orquestra is often invited. Few codes. Very informal.
Best day: friday.
Opening hours: from 11pm to 4am.
Address: Independencia 572, San Telmo.

Tasso

Description: free of charge, relaxed and small-neighborhood-like atmosphere. It welcomes dancers who begin at Dorrego Park. A few codes, medium dance level.
Best day: sunday.
Opening hours: from 10pm to 3am.
Address: Centro Cultural Torquato Tasso, Defensa 1575, San Telmo.

Plaza Dorrego

Description: free milonga in the open-air if it does not rain. Popular and relaxed.
Best day: sunday.
Opening hours: from 7pm to 12pm.
Address: Humberto 1° & José Aieta, San Telmo.