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Flamenco dancing is undoubtedly the most famous of Spain’s cultural expressions, making a performance a must-see during your vacation. Secure your ticket to an often sold-out show by booking a seat at El Palacio Andaluz, one of the oldest dance halls in Seville, in advance. Depending on your budget, you can choose from options that include a drink, traditional tapas, or an a la carte dinner.
Make sure your night out in Seville sizzles with this 4.5-hour combination tapas tasting, flamenco dance show, and dinner experience. Savor a selection of mouth-watering snacks like Iberian ham and Spanish wine in two local taverns, then enjoy a mesmerizing flamenco performance in a 15th century building. Cap it all off with dinner at a family-run tapas bar.
The flamenco tablao "Reina Mora" was born in 1971, it was inaugurated by "El Parranda" with artists of the time such as "Fosforito" and "Juanito Valderrama".
In 2001 it takes its current name, "Tablao Flamenco Albayzin", reopened with the dancer "Juan de Juan", being since then the springboard of the young artists from Granada: Fuensanta "La Moneta", Patricia Guerrero, David Carmona, Alfredo Tejada, Ismael "El Bola"... This emblematic tablao is located in the famous viewpoint of San Cristobal, crowning the Albayzin neighborhood, declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO.
Every night we count, from 21.15, with 8 artists that will make us enjoy an incredible show of 75 minutes, with special invitations like: Pol Vaquero, Paloma Fantova, "El Carpeta", Moisés Navarro, Juan José Villar , "Rapico", Román Vicenti, Camarón de Pitita, Francisco Vinuesa, Manuel de la Curra, May Fernández ...
At El Ranchito Equestrian Club, you can enjoy Andalusian Night, consisting of the Rhythm on the Horse Show, individual dinner and Flamenco show. An impressive show that you can not miss. We assure you, you have not seen anything like it.
From 17:45 to 19: 30h: Show "Horse Rhythm"
19: 30h: End of show and transfer * to the typical Andalusian restaurant.
20: 00h: Arrival at the restaurant with a glass of sangria at the reception.
From 20:10 to 21: 15h: Dinner enlivened by typical Andalusian music
9:15 p.m.: Flamenco Show of the Lola Márquez Company (50min Approx)
22: 15h: End of the Program
* The typical restaurant is located at a distance of approximately 5km, you need a car.
MENU composed of zucchini cream, barbecued pork chop, Andalusian chicken skewer, poor potatoes and salad.
Dessert according to season not to choose.
(Alternatives available for vegetarians, vegans, celiacs, Muslims and others on demand and upon confirmation).
Immerse yourself in the art of flamenco—and see trained artists perform—during this evening show. Book tickets to this popular performance to guarantee your admission, and head to the venue (an atmospheric, 15th-century convent) in Seville's Jewish Quarter. Then, sit back and admire the multiple dancers, singers, and musicians in an intimate setting. Your admission also includes a classic Andalucian dinner, complete with local specialties.
Discover the highlights of Seville, all in one tour: this three-in-one, private excursion is perfect for first-time visitors. In the evening, begin with a walking tour of the city’s rooftops, and drink in views of its picturesque panoramas. Then, hop between several of the city’s classic tapas bars, where you’ll nibble local delicacies. Finally, wind down the night with a traditional flamenco performance.
The cradle of Flamenco in Seville is Triana quarter. Come and enjoy a Tablao Flamenco of the best level on the banks of the Guadalquivir River join your plans with a local Mediterrranean Food in a nice place with the impressives views of the river
One experience that any Triana local make on your owns