If you plan to spend any time in Buenos Aires and are an aficionado of tango (or even mildly curious) you might want to pick up a copy of Tango Lover’s Guide to Buenos Aires: Insights and Recommendations.  The author, Migdala Romero, wrote the book as a sort of guide/memoir. She traveled to Buenos Aires, alone, and learned to find her way in the world of tango. She says the book is, first and foremost, designed to illuminate the culture of tango within milongas and help travelers understand the essence of the events and the dance, as it is done in its birthplace.

There are interviews, a guide to where to go to hear the music, studios, clubs, bars, restaurants, museums and more. There is also a basic guide to Spanish that will be of particular interest to gringos. You can find the book on Amazon.