In Tangoimpuls we limit our customers
in order to be able to attend to all our guests personally, so that the
classes can be enjoyed to the maximum and so that the teachers, helped
by their assitants, can develop established objectives. We
are commited to ensure that everyone can dance at the milongas, classes
and practice sessions.
We like to leave aside the time between classes
and going to milongas as a space to take part in programmed activities,
like guided visits, trips or simply as a space to be enjoyed by each individual,
or in groups after the intensive rhythm of the classes and practices.
We want our visitors to take advantage of the many activities Buenos Aires
offers; one can eat late in a restaurant, or meet up with friends in one
of the many bars in the city, and during the day one can go out walking
through the neighbourhoods and the weekend markets.
Our commitment is to show visitors who arrive motivated
by the dance impulse the diversity of cultures that live together in Buenos
Aires - a diversity of cultures possible thanks to the mix of races which
has arisen from European immigration. The best way to be able to find
these cultures is to walk through the streets of some of the local neighbourhoods,
or "barrios", and visit the places that the inhabitants of Buenos Aires
like to frequent.
Tango is found in the milongas populated by tourists as well as in the
more traditional places which represent the tanguero sentiment. We are
going to take you close to the tango impulse felt by the simple men and
women who live and dance tango in Buenos Aires.