Tango Milonguero

This style is also commonly known as Milonguero style or “Estilo del Centro”. It was developed in the 1940s and '50s in Buenos Aire’s closely packed dance clubs (Milongas). Its characteristics include the close embrace style of dancing that had existed since the early ages of the Tango dance.


Tango Milonguero style group classes are on Saturdays. Also visit regularly our Courses and Workshops pages as we often offers Tango Milonguero in specialised modules as well.

If you have further questions regarding tango styles and which style is the best for you to start with, please contact us.  We are here to help you!

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