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If you want to perfect your Latin dance skills, two good options are "El maní es así" and "Con aché."

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Learn to dance salsa

Salsa is not something you eat with chips!

Nobody will say anything if you enter a local Venezuelan nightclub and start to dance, but you might prefer to hone your salsa skills a little first. At "El Mani Es Asi" you can try out your first hip movements, or simply watch. This venue, located on the corner of El Cristo Street and Avenida Francisco Solano, is one of the classic places for Latin music in the city. Originally it was a traditional restaurant, but in 1986 it was converted into 'Caracas' temple of salsa,' as its motto proudly announces, and it's certainly true that some of the main masters of Venezuelan music have passed through its doors. Another good option is "Con Aché," a dance club located on the same street, where you can shake your groove thang and enjoy live music until the wee hours of the morning.



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