Community Matters: Best Salsa & Latin Dance Places In Budapest

  • 10 Mar 2020 8:16 AM
Community Matters: Best Salsa & Latin Dance Places In Budapest
Recently a member of the local expat community asked about the best places for salsa or other latin dance, either live with music, or a class. Here below are a few of the experiences shared by Xpats in the loop via XpatLoop's group on Facebook.

Krisztina Hera:

Barrio Latino Cafe has many nights of music and dancing.

At Arthur Murray Budapest Dance Studio there are beginner Latin dance classes in English.

Elena Boskov-Kovacs:

Big vote for Arthur Murray Budapest Dance Studio.

Also recommend former La Bodeguita, Cuban club with live band beautiful summer garden and diverse Latin music, now called Havana Salsa Bar & Restaurant

Elisabeth Katalin Grabow:

I second Barrio Latino! 

Judit Faragó:

Try to connect with Mai Rumba latin music. I am sure they can offer you something.


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XpatLoop readers include both valuable expats and high-level locals in decision making positions. We refer to this inclusive and cosmopolitan group of internationally-minded folks as the Xpat Community.

We believe that any advice given above, and so this Community Matters content, is given in good faith and is accurate at the time of publication yet of curse we can not offer any guarantees nor accept any liability - it's always wise to consider that changes do happen in Hungary, as everywhere. 

This content is intended to support the communiy at large, as well as the person asking the question, based on publicly viewable posts on XpatLoop's open group on Facebook. So of course the opinions above do not necessarily represent the views of or the publisher.

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