Caserón Porteño is a Tango Guest House located in Buenos Aires. Its an oasis in the city of tango, it offers daily tango lessons, warm hospitality and charming accommodations in a tranquil garden setting.With 10 rooms (all of them with private bathroom), this B&B located in Palermo neighbourhood provides breakfast, free internet access, maid service. The suites are air conditioned, with TV and fridge and a garden view.
Caserón Porteño is located in Palermo neighbourhood, one of the nicest and safest in the city. It's just 2 blocks from Cabildo Avenue, where there are plenty of buses, supermarkets, restaurants, shops, banks, etc. It's also 4 blocks away from Olleros subway station which takes about 25 minutes to get to downtown. It is close to Palermo Hollywood and Las Cañitas two of the fanciest areas for nightlife in our city. The area has a huge variety of restaurants, pubs and bars.
ABOUT BUENOS AIRES
Buenos Aires is the capital and largest city of Argentina, the city offer international festivals and events which turns it into a “City of Cultural Tourism” which has shown a considerable growth in the recent years. Its host events such as Tango Festival and the International Tourism Fair of Latin America.
Buenos Aires is positioned as one of the most important city for its historic, patrimonial and cultural attractions. The International Tango Festival and the International Tourism Fair of Latin America are among the other special events that are held here.
It is acknowledged as a touristic city that can compete with the main cities in the world. This is reflected in its permanent recognition in tourism magazines, which have been emphasizing its qualities since 2003. A survey carried out by the magazine “Travel & Leisure” placed the City of Buenos Aires as the second preferred destination, according to readers, only after Florence, Italy. Buenos Aires received the best scores in three aspects: shopping, food and restaurants, and price-quality relationship.
Besides, the readers of the magazine “Condé Nast Traveler” considered Buenos Aires the best touristic destination in America and the editors of Travel Weekly publication distinguished it as one of the best destinations in Latin America.
Tango was born in Buenos Aires. It is a popular dance that has conquered the world. In essence, Tango is an artistic expression. It is a dance which is constructed over three basic components: the embrace, a slow walking style and improvisation. Above all tangi it is an intense body language that transmits hundreds of emotions. The so called “milongas” are places to dance tango. Many of them host dance classes before the main dance, with specialized teachers. After about four to five classes, the eight basic movements can be learnt.
Every August, Buenos Aires hosts the World Tango Festival, attracting thousands of fans from different latitudes. It entails concerts, new productions, open interviews, guided tours, dance classes, milongas, tributes, traditional and vanguard orchestras, exhibitions and interdisciplinary proposals featuring the very best of tango.