Flamenco in Sevilla. “An original and unique dancing style.”

flamenco

Flamenco is music, song, dance, poetry, feeling

Flamenco is surely the purest expression of Andalusian folklore.

We reveal 5 places to see a good flamenco performance in Seville:

Tablao Flamenco Los Gallos

Whether or not you are a person who loves flamenco, you will enjoy the performances of this tablao, since the place is 100% authentic, the artists they carry are usually very good and they make an enjoyable tour of the flamenco styles. The performances last around an hour and a half, although it is very short. Something you should know if you want to go is that the entrance has a cost of € 35, a somewhat high price (although with a drink included). Plaza Santa Cruz, 11.

You can get more information in the following link:

www.tablaolosgallos.com

Museo del Baile Flamenco

This museum is part of an initiative by bailaora Cristina Hoyos. Here you can see the classic posters of these events, the high-heeled shoes used or the flamenco dress decorations. Often they put on many shows that last around an hour. The good thing is that the public is usually very small, which makes it an experience as intimate as it is special. C/ Manuel Rojas Marcos, 3.

You can get more information at the following link:

www.museoflamenco.com

Casa de la Memoria

The dancers, singers and guitarists they carry are the best and they always put their whole soul (better known as “duende“) in the performances. The show lasts around an hour and the space, even though it is small, is unbeatable. It is a place full of tourists, but they do not take advantage of the prices, which do not exceed € 18. C/ Cuna, 6.

You can get more information at the following link:www.casadelamemoria.es

Casa de la Guitarra

The place has very good acoustics to be able to enjoy flamenco and the exhibition of the guitars is very curious. Also, if you are lucky enough to be able to see it in the front row, you will enjoy it twice. The show lasts around an hour and they explain each suit to you before carrying it out. C/ Mesón del Moro, 12.

You can get more information at the following link:  www.flamencoensevilla.com

La carboneria 

La Carbonería is one of the most popular bars among young people in Seville and those who come from abroad. It is not clear how, but, in the end, everyone who visits the city ends up in this immense place, despite how hidden it is. But once inside everything expands. The best flamenco and all the art of song fans in front of a very diverse audience, both in terms of trends and races. You can also enjoy an assorted variety of tapas. C/ Céspedes, 21.

For more info: lacarbonerialevies.blogspot.com

With all these ideas, now you have many places to choose where to see a Tablao, it is in your hands to make the moment count. Come out and enjoy!

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