— by Shahrukh Merchant
Shahrukh's comprehensive listing of milongas in Buenos Aires.
Where to Buy Tango Shoes in Buenos Aires
— by Stephen Brown
For those visiting Buenos Aires, buying new tango shoes is often a must. Here is a fairly comprehensive list of places to buy tango shoes in Buenos Aires.
Money Matters for Tango Tourists to Buenos
Aires — by Janis Kenyon
An American who has become an insider in the milonguero culture in Buenos Aires examines the details of money matters for tango tourists to Buenos Aires.
Tango in Buenos
Aires — by Janis Kenyon (on ToTango.net)
The dance styles of the milongueros dominate social tango dancing in Buenos Aires. Once you have danced in these styles, you may not want to dance socially in a style you were taught by a stage dancer.
Some Additional Resources for Tourists to Buenos Aires
Turismo Buenos Aires
Interactive Map of Buenos Aires
Another Interactive Map of Buenos Aires
Argentina's Economic Crisis and Tango
— by Brooke Burdett
In August 2002, a five-year resident of Buenos Aires examined how Argentina's economic crisis affected the desirability of visiting Buenos Aires as a tango tourist. Although the economic upheavel raised some concerns about safety, she considered the trip worthwhile at the time. Because Argentina's economic conditions have improved over since 2002 without much appreciation of the Argentine peso, visiting has become safer and remained inexpensive.
and Chaos in Buenos Aires — by Rick McGarrey (on his website)
A set of personal observations rather than a guide.
Your Dreams Come True in Buenos Aires? — by Desiree Vittorio (on Zapatos
Personal observations of one evening of dance in Buenos Aires.