Be swept up in the passion of Andalucian flamenco at Barcelona’s Tablao de Carmen, one of the city’s best-known ‘tablaos’ or flamenco bars. Make your own way to the tablao in the Spanish Village and enjoy an electrifying flamenco show of flamboyant dancing, singing, hand clapping and rousing guitar music. Choose from two show times and opt to enjoy a drink, tapas or 3-course dinner before the performance. Your experience includes admission to the Spanish Village, a recreation of a traditional Spanish town filled with craft shops, cafés and museums.
Why Travelers Choose This Tour
Tablao de Carmen is named after the 20th-century gypsy flamenco dancer, Carmen Amaya, one of the all-time greats of the art form. In 1929, she performed for Spain’s king, Alfonso XIII, to mark the opening of the Spanish Village, on the very same spot where the tablao now stands.