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I went on my own and had a great evening.I had a class with casandra and her dance partner who... read more

Reviewed 12 September 2017
Soloshirlz
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London, United Kingdom
Great dance place.

Great club for Nuevo tango dancers. Thake the classes around 7-8:PM yo get to know people. Milonga... read more

Reviewed 13 May 2018
rlau2014
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Mexico City, Mexico
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Reviewed 24 September 2018 via mobile

Horrific waste of time. Tried to go here for the 2nd time... 1st time had asked wad there tango on and told yes only you find an empty hall... was refused a refund.. 2nd time went halfway across b.a. to find a place with almost...More

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Reviewed 13 May 2018

Great club for Nuevo tango dancers. Thake the classes around 7-8:PM yo get to know people. Milonga starts at 10"PM. Goes until..

5  Thank rlau2014
Reviewed 7 April 2018 via mobile

Rather than spend a hundred US dollars each on a tango show, we asked at our hotel where the locals go. And it's at this cathedral that they pray tango. Off the beaten track, in a cavernous room (former garment factory?), a funky place (reminded...More

3  Thank krys_k
Reviewed 21 March 2018 via mobile

I had heard great reviews about La Catedral Club from friends who used to live in Buenos Aires so my wife and I were really looking forward to our evening while on our honeymoon. On arrival we were rudely told to sit down. When ordering...More

3  Thank Freddie A
Reviewed 21 March 2018 via mobile

We had seen great reviews for this venue, but the ambiance and service was so poor we left after 10 minutes. We have never left any other venue due to bad service before, but La Catedral was appalling. When we arrived, it was completely dead,...More

2  Thank leighcee
Reviewed 12 September 2017

I went on my own and had a great evening.I had a class with casandra and her dance partner who broke down the steps and made it easier.It was my first time and I wish I lived in the country to go again. There was...More

4  Thank Soloshirlz
Reviewed 27 July 2017

Better than going to a fancy Tango show. You can go to La Catedral, take tango classes for 100 pesos (1h30 of class) and if you go on a Friday evening, you can see the true tango lovers dancing just for the sake of it....More

6  Thank cami_landgraf90
Reviewed 26 July 2017 via mobile

I took a tango class here. I was the only tourist, and by far the worst dancer. But it felt like a local experience and I'm glad I went. No photos, because, well, you don't really want to see me trying to Tango! Less that...More

1  Thank Irene F
Reviewed 16 May 2017 via mobile

The place is so much fun! You can pay for a tango lesson and then spend the night there drinking and keep dancing or just watch the amazing Argentinian doing it (eating is not very recommendable). Prices are affordable and the atmosphere is unique. A...More

1  Thank fedem03
Reviewed 10 May 2017

The best part of this club was offering 3 in 1 solution. I went there during my Buenos Aires visit. It starts giving classes on Tango at 11 p m, you can be in group for absolute biginngers, level 2 learners of advance learners. The...More

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Response from rlau2014 | Reviewed this property |
Well, Sunday is best at La Viruta. Wed-Sat are good a La Catedral. Classes are usually at 8 (20:00) Milonga begins at 10(22) and get going around 12 (0)
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Response from Debra K | Reviewed this property |
We certainly didn't need Spanish to get in the door and hang out. Pretty sure the classes here are taught in Spanish, but dance is a universal language, so my guess is you could even take a dance class without knowing much... More
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