Tango in Central Europe is very well diffused and practiced. All mayor cities have schools and milongas.
Tango in Central Europe: Welcome to Europe
If this is your first visit to Europe you’ll want to experience as many of its famous cultural cities as possible – in case you never get a chance to come back.
There simply is no way to tour Europe and not be awestruck by its natural beauty, epic history, and dazzling artistic and culinary diversity.
Travel to cosmopolitan, hedonistic Berlin in Germany where you can see the remains of the wall.
Prague in the Czech Republic is a city of intangible medieval magic. Budapest could be Prague’s twin offering refined music, riverside architecture and a youthful nocturnal scene. Vienna is known for its Habsburg history and gilded coffee bars. All three cities can be visited by train using the Central Europe Triangle Pass.
A few days in the spectacular Swiss Alps, are ideal for hiking in summer and skiing in winter. Visit the oft-overlooked Swiss capital of Bern, and sophisticated, lakeside Zürich. Take the train to the top of Jungfrau (it’s Europe’s highest station) before heading down to visit lovely Lucerne where candy-colored houses are reflected in a cobalt lake.
Turn east into Austria next, where, on the banks of the Danube, you’ll find elegant Vienna. Here you can tour the Habsburg palace Hofburg, world-class museums and the city’s legendary coffee houses. Then track south into Slovenia, pausing by emerald-green Lake Bled and nearby but much less-developed Lake Bohinj with the picturesque Julian Alps as the backdrop. Both locations are great for outdoor activities, offering kayaking, mountain biking, and trekking.
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