Go get a class schedule and be prepared to learn SALSA! This was really the highlight of my time here, and a great way to meet new friends and get a little bit of a workout. Not to mention, salsa happens to be the most fun you’ll ever have learning a dance, especially when there’s a huge (friendly) crowd and blaring music.
Lastly, if you’re still wavering, the club I headed to was in Belgrano. This neighborhood is really fantastic, like a Palermo for the less painfully chic, but a little off the beaten path. If you don’t have any other excuse to get to Belgrano, this is a fantastic way to do it.
If you’re not into salsa, they also offer a rock and roll class, which is way cooler than you think. Or try reggaeton, the bachata or any other non-North American favorites.Av. Cabildo 2040 at Echeverría, 54-11-4865-3103. There are three locations, but this is where I went and I’m particularly loyal. Note: This is for fluent Spanish speakers only. You can’t learn salsa if you can’t understand the instructions, and this is not the place to ask people to be patient as you learn by doing.
Official Belgrano location site >
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