- Celebrate the Tango in Turin

November 29, 2009 (PRLEAP.COM) Travel News can announce that anyone staying in Turin hotels with a love of dancing will undoubtedly be aware of the Tango - the passionate and exciting favourite from Latin America.

If they thought they would have to travel to somewhere such as Argentina to really enjoy professionals performing this impressive dance then they were mistaken.

Aldobaraldo in Turin is twinned with Porteno y Bailarin Milonga in Buenos Aires and from December 26th until January 6th it will be playing host to the annual Torino Anima Tango.

Some of the world's greatest Tango dancers descend on the Italian city so that those staying in the area can really experience some top-class performances and enjoy the spectacle.

This year, orchestras playing at the event will be Trio Alma de Flores, Miguel Acosta and Tipico de Tango Cuarteto Puente Alsina, who will be appearing for the first time in Italy.

Guests will also include experts Fratelli Broche, Gustavo Pereira and Rocco Tremoglie, so those attending the event can be sure they are experiencing the best in the industry.

Although Tango originated in South America, it has now spread all over the world and new styles have developed, such as the Argentine Tango, Uruguayan Tango, Ballroom Tango and the Finnish Tango.

Jessica Reading, head of marketing for LateRooms, commented: "Demand for Torino Anima Tango is always significant and we recommend that anyone considering attending should book their hotel Turino as early as possible."