31.10.2009: Cuba, Spain, Italy - Travel News

1. Cuba – last spots in the salsa festival
2. Italy – the new tango courses are online
3. Spain – first reactions to our new program

1. Cuba – last spots in the salsa festival

Only two weeks to go! A small international group from „Danza y Movimiento“, lead by our Cuban tour guide, is getting ready for the 2009 salsa festival in Havana. (Our groups are always small, so that we can insure –even in groups- that the individual isn’t overlooked.) Feel like joining us? You can find all the important info here:

Havana Salsa Festival 2009

2. Italy – the new tango courses are online

The news that there was room only for one additional couple in the course offered by Joseba Pagola and Bakartxo Arabaolaza from San Sebastián had already appeared in the announcement of our Italian partner – and the course takes place from the 11th to the 18th of September, 2010! So, if you’re interested in the course, sign up quick - you’ll also get a special price.
It’s also worth taking a look at the other courses, and soon! Besides the fact that the number of participants is limited, the current prices are valid only for bookings made before the 30th of November. After that, the prices will be raised by about 10%.
You’ll find the complete program here:

Tango Trip and Workshops in Italy

Not mentioned on our site, however, is the course with Joseba Pagola & Bakartxo Arabaolaza. If you’re interested contact us through our form:


3. Spain – first reactions to our new program

Madrid has a comfortable, mild climate at this time of year. Our program for dance, Spanish and culture has received it’s first comments, for example:

„I found the week in Madrid very beautiful; the city and the people were very nice and friendly...The focus of my trip was the dance course, which I really enjoyed. I received a lot of help and advice for improvement during the private lessons with a few very experienced dancers – who were also great teachers! In the groups, I connected very quickly with some local people and through them heard about the best milongas. Going dancing was also great and I definitely got my money’s worth :-)
I found the introduction to flamenco great. Even though I won’t continue with it back at home, I think it simply belongs to a trip to Spain, to have had a few flamenco lessons and to get a feeling for this most „Spanish“ of dances directly and locally.“

You can find information about the trips to Spain here: (unfortunately only in German at the moment)

Spanish culture and dance in Madrid

Lastly, a tip: If you’re planning to spend New Year’s in the context of one of our (dance) offers, don’t leave it too late to make your plans concrete...

Best regards from Hamburg

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