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Enjoy a live flamenco show on the banks of the Guadalquivir River in the Triana district, considered the heart of flamenco in Seville. Watch a flamenco dance performance accompanied by live Spanish guitar, singing, and rhythmic clapping that fill the small theater. Your ticket includes a tasting of Manzanilla, a typical sherry wine from southern Andalusia.
No visit to Andalucia is complete without seeing a flamenco show, an art form that’s recognized as an Intangible Cultural Heritage by UNESCO. Guarantee your ticket to a performance at the prestigious Tablao Flamenco los Amaya by booking your experience in advance, and choose from an early or late evening start time to suit your schedule.
No visit to Seville, the reputed birthplace of flamenco dancing, would be complete without watching a traditional Spanish dance show. Guarantee a seat at an often sold-out flamenco show in the Triana District, a riverside barrio famous for its flamenco, by booking in advance. Plus, unlike many other flamenco experiences, this ticket includes a soft or alcoholic drink.
Secure your admission ticket to a flamenco show in Seville to see professional local flamenco dancers, guitar players, and singers in an intimate venue. Your evening at Tablao Flamenco Andalusí begins with a short film presentation about flamenco, along with a welcome drink and light snacks. The main show presents different styles of flamenco dance accompanied by Spanish guitar and singing for an authentic experience.
Experience a piece of the culture of southern Spain with a flamenco dancing lesson in Seville. Part of UNESCO's Intangible Cultural Heritage list, flamenco is an art form born in Spain's Andalusia region. In the city's Triana district, you'll learn basic flamenco movements and perform a dance in traditional clothing, just like the professionals do.
Flamenco, the national dance of Spain, combines music and dance into a captivating show that expresses the traditional culture of Spain’s southern regions. Watch local artists perform flamenco during this show, located in the 10th-century Santa Maria Arabian baths and limited to 30 audience members. Guarantee admission to this popular show by booking your tickets in advance, available only through Viator.
Tablao Flamenco located in the historic center of the city of Malaga. From the heart of the Granromonte of Granada, the Amayas family moves to the Liceo de Málaga, to the emblematic 19th-century mansion located in the historic center of the Malaga capital. Tickets for the show include a welcome drink.
Tablao Flamenco presents the show Picaso and flamenco! The performance has high-level artists. Under the direction of Sensi Amaya, they raise the magic of flamenco as a true heritage of humanity.
1 hour + 10 minutes
Important remarks: Entries will not be sent by mail. The confirmation email will serve as your entries. If you cannot print the confirmation email, please send us an email after finalizing your purchase, and we will organize your ticket by presenting your passport, ID or identity card.
Immerse yourself in the music and passion of flamenco on this 3-hour walking tour in Seville — the birthplace of the art form. Stroll through the city’s atmospheric streets while learning about the history of flamenco from your local guide. Visit the Guitar Museum, where you’ll sip a glass of Andalusian wine while discovering how music, song and dance combine to create flamenco’s magic. Finally, experience flamenco for yourself with a live show at an authentic ‘tablao’!
Watch a flamenco show in the heart of Seville to experience classic Andalusian flamenco dance accompanied singing and music. The type of flamenco performed has roots in the 19th century and features performers who dance and sing at the same time, which has become rare in the present day. New local artists appear each week, as is the tradition in the old music halls of Seville.
Flamenco Benalmadena has been attracting a huge number of people. It’s authentic, pure and unique. It’s not choreographed and it’s improvised just like tradition way of Flamenco. The owner are the couple, dancers. You can feel passion between them and towards to
Flamenco. They are also host. It’s family business, not comercial. They do everything from hearts for sharing love, feel comfortable and Unforgettable experience.
Enjoy a memorable night in Jerez at a famous and well-regarded flamenco theater. Learn about the traditional Spanish dance while being entertained and having some food and drinks. After a busy day of sightseeing, you can relax while watching the highly skilled performers. This is a great activity for a romantic night out.
Get an up-close look at authentic flamenco dancing during a 1.5-hour performance at Patio Sevillano in Seville. In this prestigious venue, you’ll watch a talented troupe of dancers perform distinctive styles of flamenco dancing. Listen to live music throughout the show, and enjoy a welcome drink. Traditional Spanish tapas are available to purchase during the show.
Experience the fervor of classic flamenco at an evening show in the Sacramonte caves of Granada. Settle into one of Sacramonte’s gypsy caves and watch as dancers stamp and swirl to the live music, clapped on by the enthusiastic audience. Sip a cocktail during the performance, and enjoy a pre- or post-show walking tour around the old Albayzin quarter, including a stop at a viewpoint overlooking the floodlit Alhambra. Central Granada pickup and drop-off included.
Discover the art of flamenco in the heart of Andalucia at Venta El Gallo, located in the Sacromonte caves. Declared and intangible cultural heritage by UNESCO, the rhythm of the guitar, singing, and dancing is unlike any other in the world. Experience the flamenco in a stunning location overlooking the Alhambra in Granada. And for an even more luxe experience, upgrade to include a delicious dinner of Andalusian cuisine.
This excursion gives you the chance to try some of Malaga’s top experiences in one fun-filled day. Cruise along the Mediterranean coast on a comfortable catamaran, and in the evening take in a flamenco show with tapas dinner. You’ll get to experience all the fun without having to book and pay for each activity separately.
Discover the cultures of Seville during this 3.5-hour tour through the Santa Cruz district. Learn about the city’s Jewish history as you explore the oldest part of the city. See key landmarks like the Royal Alcazar, the Roman columns, Alfalfa Square, the El Salvador Church, and much more. Then end the tour at a traditional theater to watch a live flamenco performance and learn about this piece of Spanish culture.
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.
Bring the history and traditions of flamenco to life on this small-group, evening tour. Following pickup from your area accommodation, head to a workshop where you’ll meet local artisans and learn how flamenco box-drums (cajones flamencos) are made. Following a traditional tapas dinner in Vélez-Málaga’s historical Mercado de San Francisco, finish the evening with an intimate flamenco performance, featuring talented dancers and musicians.
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