Where to Take Dancing Classes in Split

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I could have been around 7-8 years old, when my sister and I got to take some ballroom dancing classes. I loved it. In those few months, we gained basics for cha-cha, tango, rumba, samba, foxtrot, jive, waltz and quickstep. It was a great experience and somehow all these years I long to get back to those classes and dance again.

Maybe, one day..


In my experience, most Croatian men are very good in football and harmony singing, but I am not so sure about dancing. I am trying to recall any sight of grown men doing any dancing apart from standing at a concert with a drink in their hand nodding their head. Nope. Not seen yet.


While, a man who can dance (and by dancing I mean with a women as a couple) is something very irresistible to most women. 


So, for all of you (men and women) who would like to give it a chance, the Split dancing centre “Centar Plesa Split” gives a 50% discount for 11 dancing styles for their courses (for the first month) starting in September. You can choose from a variety of styles, like tango, samba, kizomba and the very popular zumba. Check it out and sign up here.

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There are 3 locations – The Centar Plesa Split in Osječka street, The Guliver Energija in Solin and Carpe Diem in Vukovarska.

There are also several programs for children and some fitness styles available.

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More information in Croatian at the Dalmacija News website.

Have fun dancing!!



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