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El Viejo Almacen de Buenos Aires
El Viejo Almacen de Buenos Aires

El Viejo Almacen de Buenos Aires

Balcarce 799, Buenos Aires, Argentina, C1064AAO

The Basics

Tango shows are held at El Viejo Almacen each evening and last around 1.5 hours. Visitors can opt to attend the show with drinks included, enjoy a 3-course pre-show dinner of traditional Argentine cuisine and wine, or upgrade to VIP tickets and make the most of the open bar. Many tickets also include hotel pickup and drop-off.

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El Viejo Almacen Tango Show Skip The Line Ticket W/ Optional Dinner Buenos Aires
El Viejo Almacen Tango Show Skip The Line Ticket W/ Optional Dinner Buenos Aires
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$60.26 per adult
Traveler Favorite
Classy dinner and show
Classy dinner and an amazing tango show. The whole event was really classy. One of the highlights of my wife and I's trip to Buenos Aires!
Paul_S, Jan 2022

Recent reviews from experiences in Buenos Aires

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Amazing!!!
Ivana_M, Mar 2022
El Viejo Almacén Tango Show with optional dinner and vip tour
Excellent, beautiful show. Absolutely recommended. Nice and cozy. Great dancers and singers. Drinks included.
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The show was amazing, 100...
Maria_G, Jan 2022
El Viejo Almacen Tango Show Buenos Aires
The show was amazing, 100 % recommended, we just have the tango show, I really recommend to get the whole experience, dinner and show.
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Amazing show!! Great way...
Leah_K, Jan 2022
El Viejo Almacen Tango Show with Optional Dinner
Amazing show!! Great way to spend our first night in Buenos Aires. Would definitely recommend to friends
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Excelente Tango
Lyle_S, Feb 2020
El Viejo Almacén Tango Show with optional dinner and vip tour
Thoroughly enjoyed our evening at El Viejo Tango. The driver was prompt and courteous. The dancing and music was energetic and artistic. The atmosphere was classic and we had no trouble seeing the musicians and intricate footwork of the dancers. After the show we were met by our driver and taken immediately back to our hotel. Loved the whole experience.
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Top night
inmacs, Feb 2020
El Viejo Almacen Tango Show with Optional Dinner
Tangy show very enjoyable. Music, costumes, tango dancers and band very good Loved the pan flute and band.
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Worth seeing
Gary_W, Feb 2020
El Viejo Almacén Tango Show with optional dinner and vip tour
Very compact seating area but very atmospheric too. The show was very good indeed. It was short yet than I expected but nonetheless it was very good
star-5
Most excellent show!
KerryGP1983, Nov 2019
El Viejo Almacén Tango Show with optional dinner and vip tour
The dinner was delicious and the tango show was out of this world! So intimate and enjoyable! I would highly recommend this show!
star-5
Tango the night away.
James_D, Feb 2020
El Viejo Almacén Tango Show with optional dinner and vip tour
We were picked up from the cruise terminal and made our way to the restaurant. They had a bottle of red wine at the table included, and we were able to score a second bottle. The food was very good and we finished with their signature cake. That was excellent. We were ushered across the street to the dance venue. We were jammed in with a shoe horn at tiny tables managed to get our drinks to us. The show was just great. The dancers were smooth and fluid. I love watching pros at work and the band was just that. Pros. At the end of the show, the veteran singer Hugo Marcel (think an Argentine Tony Bennett) did a great set. All in all a really great evening

Things to Know Before You Go

  • There is no dress code, but most guests wear smart-casual attire.

  • Dinner menus include meat, fish, and vegetarian options and are accompanied by red or white wines.

  • The venue is wheelchair-accessible.

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How to Get There

El Viejo Almacen is located on Avenida Independencia in the San Telmo district of Buenos Aires. The closest metro station is Independencia (line C), about a 15-minute walk away.

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When to Get There

Tango shows are held nightly year-round and typically start around 10pm with dinner held before the show. Shows finish around 11:30pm, so it’s worth opting for a tour that includes hotel pickup and drop-off.

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The Argentine Tango

Argentina’s national dance became popular in the 19th century, starting in the bars and brothels of Buenos Aires’ working-class neighborhoods, La Boca and San Telmo. Today, the dance is honored on the UNESCO Intangible Cultural Heritage List, and there are a number of ways that travelers can experience tango in the city. Enjoy a tango show at one of the historic venues, learn the basic steps during a tango lesson, watch street dancers performing at San Telmo’s Sunday market, or join locals at amilonga (dance hall). Buenos Aires also hosts the International Tango Festival each August.

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Frequently Asked Questions
The answers provided below are based on answers previously given by the tour provider to customers’ questions.
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