In the heart of Sao Paulo, the Clube Latino is a space dedicated to your wellness and fun through dance
Reference in the brazilian ballroom dance, Rodrigo Oliveira and Karina Carvalho, develop a working together since 2005, and coordinate the Clube Latino Dance School. Situated in the heart of São Paulo, our school has a specialized staff and personalized service.
Located in the Consolação Street, corner with Paulista Ave. (one of the most famous avenues in the city), we offer private lessons and classes with limited numbers, for better development. Courses for beginners, intermediate and advanced, and special classes for semi-professionals and professionals. We also offer classes in English, Spanish and French. Come live this unique and unforgettable experience, knowing the Brazilian culture through dance.
The Clube Latino Dance School, operates from Monday to Friday from 11:30am to 22:30pm and on Saturdays from 11am to 20pm.
Consolação Street, 2416, Corner with Paulista Ave. São Paulo, SP. In front of the Paulista Subway – Yellow line
Phone: +55 11-2849-4566 | +55 11 3272-9823
Class Of Brazilian Rhythms
Meet the waddle and the Brazilian swing! We have a team dedicated to teach samba no pé (like carnival), zouk-lambada/brazilian zouk, forró and samba de gafieira.
An excellent custom class option, with schedule flexibility and quick development. This class can be individual or in small groups, with teachers who speak English, Spanish and French. Thus providing, fast communication and better results in the classroom.
We have groups of specific rhythm such as: Salsa, Brazilian Zouk, Tango, Samba-Rock, Samba de Gafieira, Forró, Bolero and Sertanejo. In the classes we call Brazilian Ballroom Dancing, we developed three rhythms: Forró, Samba de Gafieira and Bolero.
Lots of Dancing
Here in Clube Latino you will find many options to dance a lot. Also, we have classes of Zumba, Jazz, Ballet, Hip Hop and Stiletto. Every class has a duration of 1 hour, except for Ballet, the class has 1h30.
Place Tips for Dancing in São Paulo
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Place Tips to Visit in São Paulo
25 de Março
The street 25 de Março, in the city of São Paulo, considered the biggest commercial center in Latin America, it consists of one of the busiest shopping centers retailers and wholesalers city.
Sao Paulo Zoo
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Sao Paulo Municipal Theater
Sao Paulo Municipal Theater is one of the most theaters in the city and a landmark in town, for its architectural style very similar to the greatest theaters in the world and inspired by the Paris Opera.
The museum dedicated to football. It was built at the Municipal Stadium Paulo Machado de Carvalho, old Municipal Stadium of Pacaembu, in Charles Miller Square, Pacaembu neighborhood, by the City of Sao Paulo.
Typical brazilian northeastern food. At Andrade excellent cuisine is combined with a musical ambiance in which customers dancing with their partners to the sound of forró trios. An excellent option in São Paulo night.
Municipal Market (Mercadão)
It was inaugurated on January 25, 1933, to be a trading post wholesale and retail, specializing in the marketing of fruits, vegetables, cereals, meats, salsa and other food products.
São Paulo Aquarium
The aquarium has a big variety of aquatic species, exposed in a modern structure with monitors.
The most important and comprehensive western art collection in Latin America, where mainly collections relating to Italian and French schools. It also has an extensive section of Brazilian art and small groups of African and Asian art.
Skye Bar and Restaurant
Located on the hotel roof, Skye has a reddish pool and a fabulous lounge with panoramic views of Ibirapuera Park and the entire horizon of São Paulo, including the skyline of Paulista Avenue.
The most important urban park in the city of São Paulo, Brazil. It was inaugurated on August 21, 1954 to commemorate the fourth centenary of the city. The park offers a extensive area, with bike paths and multicultural spaces.
Pinacoteca of Sao Paulo
One of the most important art museums in Brazil. It occupies a building in the Jardim da luz town, in downtown. Designed by Ramos de Azevedo and Domiziano Rossi to be the head office of the Arts and Crafts Lyceum.
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Paris 6 Restaurant
French bistro 24/7 with dishes and fine wines at a large art nouveau ambient, frequented by artists. The bistro and cafe Paris 6 brings to São Paulo the typical Parisian bistro. With themed menu and cozy decor, the restaurant is ideal for enjoy with friends and family.
Restaurant Terraço Itália
Refined Italian cuisine by candlelight, piano and a splendid view of the entire city.