Flamenco Shows in Seville

Flamenco Shows in Seville

Los Gallos is one of Seville’s oldest tablaos and perhaps one of the best settings.

Tablao El Arenal takes its name from the neighborhood between the Cathedral and the river.

The venue offers over 500 square meters of space, with full bar and restaurant service.

What is now El Patio Sevillano began in 1952 when the owners founded "Cortijo el Guajiro".

The Museo del Baile Flamenco is an impressive venue for some of Seville’s best flamenco.

La Casa del Flamenco hosts flamenco shows in the courtyard of a 15th century former palace.

Casa de la Memoria is a Flamenco Cultural Center situated in the city of Seville.

La Casa de la Guitarra is a flamenco cultural center located in Seville's Santa Cruz district.

Tablao Alvarez Quintero offers an intimate flamenco show in a 18th century building.

El Callejón del Embrujo is located close to the cathedral in Seville's Barrio Santa Cruz.

Orillas de Triana is located in the neighborhood of Triana along the Guadalquivir River.

Esencia holds flamenco shows in Bar T de Triana on Calle Betis in Seville.

Tablao Flamenco Metropol is situated within the Metropol Parasol building of Seville.

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Seville

We offer reservation services for flamenco shows in Seville. For each establishment we offer a brief description, details such as the size of the venue, length of performance, services, as well as photos.

Seville is the capital of Andalucia region and its most popular destination. The grand Cathedral, Alcazar Palace and surrounding Santa Cruz quarter offer one of the most charming backdrops in all of southern Spain. While Seville is famous for its history, at the same time the old city center is bustling with modern life: filled with shops, tapas bars and restaurants, the city offers plenty of options for locals and visitors. Seville is also known for its historic role in flamenco: numerous singers, musicians and dancers developed their talents in the city. As well, some of the most important flamenco festivals and events - for example the Bienal Flamenco - take place in Seville.