What To Expect
We will move into the main section of El Querandi. A rush of romanticism still lingers in the twisted columns and wood accents of El Querandi, truly one of the city's most intimate settings. Designed for no more than 200 guests, El Querandi was originally built as a manor in 1867 before being converted into a drinking establishment in 1920. Renovated in 1992, the San Telmo neighborhood icon is called a "living testimony to the times" by the Museum of Buenos Aires, and is a cultural icon designated "Bar Notable" by the Undersecretariat of Culture.
Afterwards, be moved by the elegant song and dance, which will cast its spell on the audience. It tells the story of the exciting events and vivid characters who played their part in Buenos Aires' tango love affair from 1860 to the present. The show is performed by a group of twelve including an acoustic quartet (piano, accordion, violin and bass), three dance couples, and the voices of Gabriel Mores and Carlos Gari.
3 course dinner
Round-trip transfers from hotels in downtown Buenos Aires*
English-speaking sommelier during the wine tasting
3 course dinner with unlimited drinks during dinner and show (purified water/soft drinks)
1/2 bottle of wine per adult during wine tasting
2 beverages during show, either wine/soft drinks/water (Tango Show only)
Meals and drinks unless specified
Tips and gratuities
Children are allowed for the Dinner and Tango Show only. Children under the age of 3 are free of charge.
For Tango Show only option, there is no guide available because it is only a show. But the staff do speak English and Spanish.
Tour pricing is not valid for special events which take place on Christmas Eve (December 24th) and New Year's Eve (December 31st).
-*Hotels in the Palermo Neighborhood are not included in the pick-up and drop-off service. You will need to travel by your own means to receive transfers from a nearby hotel.
This tour has no refunds once voucher has been issued.
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