Plaza Reial 17
Ph : 93 31 83 067 Metro Liceu (L3)
WEB Los Tarantos
Show everyday at 8.30 pm 9.30 pm 10.30 pm . July and August show everyday at 6.30 pm, 7.30 pm, 8.30 pm, 9.30 pm, 10.30 pm and 11.30pm
The show lasts half an hour. It is not necessary to make a reservation. Easy booking online.
Tickets: 10 € Booking online 8 €
Small and friendly theatre, flamenco decoration. Very good musicians and dancers … and a quality show. Only a flamenco show (30 min), you do not have to eat or drink but it is possible to have a drink.
2 steps from the famous Rambla in the Gotic area, on the Plaza Reial.
“Perhaps more than any other music, to experience the force of flamenco you need to hear it live, in a small tablao close enough to touch the cantaores and bailaores pouring their hearts out on stage. That’s why, if you’ve never seen this art at first hand, we would encourage you to visit the Tarantos, a venue where, every night, some of the best flamenco groups in the country come together to amaze audiences, enfolding them in a sea of visual, sonic, colourful and rhythmic sensations.” from Los Tarantos website
At the Jazzsi Club : Flamenco shows usually on Friday night at 8.15 PM . Be there at a little bit before 8 PM to be sure to have a seat. It is a very small place. Have a look at the website to see the programmation of the Flamenco shows Jazzsi Club A great place to see a Flamenco live show. Also cuban music, Jazz, Rock music … Entrance price : 9 € with a drink.
Adress : Requesens, 2 08001 Barcelona Phone :93 329 00 20 Metro L2 Sant Antoni, small street near the Ronda Sant Antoni
Palacio del Flamenco
carrer Balmes 139
Ph : 932 187 237
Web Palacio del Flamenco
Beautiful and typical Flamenco show in Barcelona in the Palacio del Flamenco
Show + wine or show + gaudi dinner …
Discount with your voucher booking an apartment with Cocoonbarcelona
carrer Marques de Barbera 6
I give you the address of a shop selling flamenco dresses where they organize Flamenco shows in a room behind the shop. It is located in a street near the Rambla (Liceu theatre ).
They give guitar, dance, song Flamenco lessons
Flamenco has its origin in the South of Spain, Andalusia. This music is a mix of Andalousian, gypsy and arabic cultural music. When Spanish went to discover the world, they brought from South America some latin music and dance steps.
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