Tango in Portugal: I don’t know much about what is the situation with tango in Portugal, but I received a couple of links from local tangueros, and I post them here for you. I recommend that you contact the, directly should you want to travel there and dance tango.
Enrico brings to you this web page, he has the website tango-dancers.com where you can find ALL the books, DVDs, CDs, mp3s available in the entire world on the subject of tango.
Lisboa – Lisbon
Milongas in Portugal
– from Milongas-in.com – not ALL of them, but at least reliable info
Portugal is a southern European country on the Iberian Peninsula, bordering Spain. Its location on the Atlantic Ocean has influenced many aspects of its culture: salt cod and grilled sardines are national dishes, the Algarve’s beaches are a major destination and much of the nation’s architecture dates to the 1500s–1800s, when Portugal had a powerful maritime empire.
What can you do when not tangoing?
Medieval castles, cobblestone villages, captivating cities, and golden beaches: the Portugal experience can be many things. History, great food, and idyllic scenery are just the beginning…
The Portuguese Table
Freshly baked bread, olives, cheese, red wine or crisp vinho verde (young wine), chargrilled fish, cataplana (seafood stew), smoked meats – the Portuguese have perfected the art of cooking simple, delicious meals. Sitting down to table means experiencing the richness of Portugal’s bountiful coastline and fertile countryside. But you don’t have to sit; you can take your piping-hot pastel de nata (custard tart) standing up at an 1837 patisserie in Belém, or wander through scenic vineyards sipping the velvety ports of the Douro Valley. You can shop the produce-filled markets, or book a table in one of Portugal’s top dining rooms.
The above text is from LonelyPlanet.com.
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