Tango. Milongas.

  Milonga del Indio

Sundays 20 pm. The sunset signals that Sunday has just ended. Tourists begin to leave while the stallholders dismantle and pick up their time machines. At night, a lantern illuminates a now deserted street. In a corner of the square, some colorful lights announce that there will be a milonga at eight o'clock. Pedro "El Indio" Benavente dances at Dorrego square on Sundays, where neighbors also take part in the milonga. The most popular dancer: Don Bernabe, a man of about 70 who you might see dancing with the most beautiful dancers in the Square.