To experience Catulo Tango, it's possible to attend just the show only or to book dinner and the show together, which includes three courses of traditional Argentine cuisine and wine. Tickets for the dinner show generally include round-trip transfers from Buenos Aires hotels.
Things to Know Before You Go
There is no dress code for the evening tango shows, but most guests wear smart-casual attire.
Performances at Catulo Tango last about 75 minutes.
The venue is wheelchair accessible.
How to Get to There
Catulo Tango is located in the Abasto neighborhood, just west of downtown Buenos Aires. The closest metro (subte) stations are Corrientes (Line H) and Pueyrredón (Line B), both just a 5-minute walk away.
When to Get There
Tango shows are held nightly year-round and typically start late (after 9pm), so it’s worth opting for a tour that includes hotel pickup and drop-off.
Exploring the Abasto Neighborhood of Buenos Aires
The under-the-radar Abasto neighborhood is a lively meeting spot forPorteños or local residents, with many cafes, bars, and music venues. Avenida Corrientes, one of the city’s principal boulevards, runs through the district, along which you find the Abasto shopping mall and top nightclubs such as Konex nearby. As the one-time residence of tango icon Carlos Gardel—known as el morocho del Abasto or the dark-haired guy from Abasto—the area is home to a number of tango venues.
- Esquina Carlos Gardel
- Barrio de Abasto
- La Bomba de Tiempo
- Café de los Angelitos
- Barrio Norte
- Buenos Aires Eco-Park
- Recoleta Cemetery (Cemiterio de Recoleta)
- Old Palermo (Palermo Viejo)
- Buenos Aires Botanical Garden (Jardin Botanico Carlos Thays)
- National Library
- Barolo Palace (Palacio Barolo)
- Basílica de Nuestra Señora del Pilar
- Jewish Museum of Buenos Aires (El Museo Judío de Buenos Aires )
- Evita Peron Museum (Museo Evita)