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Tango around the world.

Strangers meet in milongas worldwide. Their common language: Tango

As you explore different cultures, your dance will become richer in ways that surpass mere technique. Whether you decide to dive into the nocturnal magic of Buenos Aires, or immerse yourself in intensive local weekend courses, we are certain that you will gain new insight into both Tango and your every day life. 

Our Philosophy.

The greatest reason people choose to travel with us is for the sense of community we provide through our small-group structure.  We aim to be available to our students' needs and requests so that you truly feel welcome and safe with us. 

In this manner, you will be given personal attention during classes and you will be able to spend quality time with our teachers, a unique factor which will enhance your attitude towards Tango and ultimately, your dance. 

Ann, London

"We had an amazing Argentine Tango experience with Dante and Lilie.

It was like a lovely little tango family - nothing commercial, very authentic and personalised. No request was too much or too difficult and they went out of their way to help. The tango maestros were excellent and very generous teachers.

We also joined the horse riding. The North is absolutely spectacular!

Loved every minute and a trip that we will repeat."


Buenos Aires

A must for every Tango dancer. Two weeks of intensive classes with the world's best Maestros, nightly milonga fun, guided city tours by experienced locals and much, much more.


Fancy an add-on to your trip to Buenos Aires? Join us in the rural north of Argentina, where gauchos play folkloric music and the landscape takes your breath away. 

Try horse riding, enjoy the thermal spa and walk on a lake of salt!

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A weekend retreat on one of the UK's most popular beaches. Three days of intensive classes with selected teachers. 

“The technique has to be a tool to help us express ourselves better. But if we have the technique without the real embrace, it's not going to be Tango.”  

Roxana Suarez

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