The Plaza Dorrego was as we hope for. Some passionate people dancing the tango on the square. Yourself having the opportunity to drink or eat something during the dance, we enjoyed it very much.
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This square is surrounded by cute antique shops and outdoor cafes. But the real attraction is the tango performances - definitely worth a visit. I ordered lunch at one of the cafes and watched the performance. The dancers were incredibly talented and it was beautiful...More
Great plaza for night life. Bars are open until 2-3am every day. Each day they have live music and dancing featuring Tango, Salsa, or Flamenco. People are very friendly, drinks are reasonably priced, and the dancing is free.
Really lively square and surrounding area full of bars and restaurants. There's live music in some of the bars on the weekends. All around there are boutiques and you can walk about, very nice and busy place!
This historic square in San Telmo was the site where it appears that the Independence of Argentina was announced to the people of Buenos Aires in 1816. Nowadays it is a relatively small, but pretty Plaza surrounded by reasonably well maintained buildings, many of which...More
Wasn't sure where to put this review ad it is really about the Sunday market that extends along the whole of La Defensa from Place de Mayo for more than 10 blocks. Lots of arty products as well as typical tourist tat and food stalls....More