If one does not know Flamenco, then this is probably a good "intro" show. It was well organized and the setting (location, décor, staging, seating, etc) makes a positive impression. We had the tapas and wine included in the price---both were just average. The Flamenco singers and dancers were good and clearly had many years of experience. We saw other Flamenco shows in small locals afterwards; and, because we had had the Tablao El Arenal as a benchmark, we were able to recognize better, smaller shows that were less well organized, but were a fraction of the costs and in locales with great food and wine. Now I would never go to one of the "tourist" shows (like Tablao El Arenal) hocked on every corner. However, I think one time it is worth it; and even necessary to set the bar.
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