You can choose four days of one optional activities, we will accommodate them on your free time
*Spanish classes( all levels) While it is certainly possible to travel to a Spanish speaking country without knowing any Spanish, your trip will in no way compare with the incredible adventure that awaits the traveler who speaks Spanish. Learning Spanish will enable you to keep pace with Hispanic influence on culture which is strong and getting stronger. Research indicates that knowing and using two languages reduces your chances of developing dementia, including Alzheimer's disease. Other studies show that studying languages can improve your memory and slow age-related decline in mental acuity. Learning a second language stimulates creativity!
*Tango dance classes( all levels): While in Buenos Aires, there will be opportunities for group tango lessons with some of the most renowned masters of the art. You could take two hours of classes and practice with the best tango instructors of the city.
Everybody has the option of having a TANGO ESCORT to one milonga. The advantage of these options is that you will have in the milonga a dancer that will help you break the ice, and learn the codes in the milongas
*Salsa/ Mambo dance classes: there will be opportunities for group Salsa lessons with some of the most renowned masters of the art. You could take two hours of classes and practice with the best instructors of the city.You can dance salsa here almost every night .Classes in Buenos Aires are truly “puro Cubano,” All of these different elements, so essential for understanding when to step, when to pause, what to accent, and how to move, became more audible as we listened to the various rhythms a little bit of Cuba right in the heart of Buenos Aires
*Argentina's History: Los desaparecidos: The Disappeared pose fundamental questions about human nature and the capability within each of us to commit unspeakable acts of terror--questions that resonate today, we continue to live in a world plagued by recurrences of crimes against humanity. . Desaparecidos is the Spanish " For thousands of Argentine families, this word has become a symbol of a long harrowing nightmare. Between 1976 and 1983 - under military rule – thousand of people most of them dissidents and innocent civilians.
We will vist to Madres, Hijos y Abuelas de Plaza de Mayo, the detention center of ESMA, that was the largest detention center of its kind in times of the Dirty War. The seat of the Mechanics School in Buenos Aires was turned into a museum by law of the National Congress on 5 August 2004, which named it the Space for Memory and for the Promotion and Defense of Human Rights; and the Monumento a las victimas The Park of the Memory "Parque de la memoria"is an extension of 14 hectares located in the coastal strip of the Rio de la Plata, a public stroll so that when facing the memory of the horror committed during the last Argentine military dictatorship the society becomes aware that violations to the human rights must NEVER AGAIN take place