According to Lonely Planet, Buenos Aires is "sensual satisfaction" and "an astonishing metropolis that looks a bit like Europe, but with an edgy Latin American twist."

We choose Palermo Soho as our home base neighborhood for the adventure because it's great for cafes, parks, shopping, restaurants, and ice cream (Buenos Aires residents are obsessed with ice cream).

We recommend you come a day or two early if you can to settle in and get to know this incredible city, and to stay longer after your 7-day Tango Vacation if you can to get to know the "Paris of the South." We'll give you recommendations and support to make the most of your time here so you feel like a local very quickly.

Here are some more photos of our beloved Buenos Aires to give you a flavor. . . 

The Jacaranda trees in bloom on Santa Fe, a main avenue you'll be walking on to get to your private tango lessons

The Jacaranda trees in bloom on Santa Fe, a main avenue you'll be walking on to get to your private tango lessons

The unbelievable Ateneo bookstore. Buenos Aires is a very literate city. You can visit the Ateneo after a tango class. 

The unbelievable Ateneo bookstore. Buenos Aires is a very literate city. You can visit the Ateneo after a tango class. 

Buenos Aires is famous for its street art. We'll recommend a great street art tour for you for your free time.

Buenos Aires is famous for its street art. We'll recommend a great street art tour for you for your free time.