Schedule


Overview of your trip

“Rest” asured: you won’t be bored! But we’ve also kept moments of tranquility, to give our feet some well-deserved respite…

 

2018 Trip details

Note: this is the 13-day schedule. Looking for the shorter 8-day stay? Click here.

 

Date Day No. A.M. P.M. Evening
Sat 10/08 1 Meeting at the flats; visit of Recoleta district. Concert and Festival’s activities. Welcome dinner in peña
Sun 11/08 2 Visit of San Telmo market, Palermo, Micro-centro, la Boca. Concert and Festival’s activities, or Free time*
Mon 12/08 3 Wkshp 1 – Lorena Ermocida & Pancho Martinez
(Championship judges)
Tango class, Festival’s activities or Free time* Milonga
Tue 13/08 4 Wkshp 2 – Lorena Ermocida & Pancho Martinez
(Championship judges)
Tango class, Festival’s activities. or Free time* TBA
Wed 14/08 5 Wkshp 3 – Jimena Hoeffner & Fernando Carrasco (2013 triple Champions) Tango class, shopping or Free time* Milonga
Thu 15/08 6 Wkshp 4 – Jimena Hoeffner & Fernando Carrasco (2013 triple Champions) Tango class, shopping, cultural visits or Free time* Milonga
Fri 16/08 7 Wkshp 5 – Practica with the maestros Tango class, shopping, cultural visits or Free time* TBA
Sat 17/08 8 Wkshp 6 – Daniel Naccuchio & Cristina Sosa (World Champions 2008) Tango class, shopping, cultural visits & Milonga in the evening.
Sun 18/08 9 Wkshp 7– Daniel Naccuchio & Cristina Sosa (World Champions 2008) Visit or afternoon milonga Milonga
Mon 19/08 10 Wkshp 8 – Lorena Cattáneo & Gastón Camejo (World Champion 2014) Tango class, shopping, cultural visits Milonga / Semi finals
Tue 20/08 11 Wkshp 9 – Lorena Cattáneo & Gastón Camejo (World Champion 2014) Tango class, shopping, cultural visits Milonga / Finals
Wed 21/08 12 Day trip to Tigre and the Delta
Thu 22/08 13 Last chance for tango shopping! Leaving for the airport

 
NOTES:
» Final schedule and milongas will be adjusted slightly at the beginning of the trip once the overall festival and milonga schedule is finalised by the City of Buenos Aires. No Activity is compulsory – if you need to rest, well… you rest :).

 
 

*Free time!

We’ve kept some free time during your tango holidays, for a bit of respite, or simply to discover the amazing city of Buenos Aires. Here are a few things you might want to do during your free time:

Sleeeeeep. Need I say more?
Shopping. A trip to Buenos Aires and no shopping? Sounds like going to Paris and going to McDonald’s at every meal time.
Tango Festival’s free activities. The Festival includes plenty of amazing activites (all free of charge), ranging from concerts, conferences, to masterclasses, photo and video exhibitions, performances (tango and other dances), and milongas. It is truly the best tango event all around the world!
City exploration. Buenos Aires is truly amazing. Really. World class museum, event spaces, and a lot more. You may want to buy a copy of Lonely Planet’s city guide before going.
More tango! We will give each of you a booklet of 4 tango classes that can be taken at a very well known local tango academy which offers plenty of classes to choose from – up to you to decide which one you’d like to join.

 

Terms and conditions

Schedule is subject to changes following the finalisation of the festival schedule by the city of Buenos Aires. In case of programme modification, all efforts will be made to communicate changes as soon as they arise and to find suitable replacement if necessary.

 

What is included

To check what is included and what is not, please have a look at our “Price and what’s included” page.