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El Templo del Flamenco
Granada

El Templo del Flamenco

4.5 (925 reviews)
4.5 (925 reviews)
from 30.00 €
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Address
Calle Pernaleros Alto, 41, 18010 Granada (Granada) - Spain | View map
Performances
Mo, Tu, We, Th, Fr, Sa, Su
20:00 | 22:00
70 min
Size
160 people
6-8 performers
6-8 performers
Venue: accessible | Bathrooms: accessible
Venue: accessible | Bathrooms: accessible

About the Show

El Templo del Flamenco is located in the Albaizin quarter of Granada. The neighborhood is a protected World Heritage site, full of winding pedestrian streets with charming houses offering wonderful views of the city center. El Templo del Flamenco opened in 2012 in what is one of the largest flamenco cave venues in all of Granada. Local legend describes the cave as a former temple, which explains the larger dimensions as well as the three main chambers forming the shape of a cross. The stage has been carefully placed so seating from each chamber has an unobstructed view of the performance. During the renovations the owners were careful to respect the historic and typical nature of the cave while including some elegant touches which are unique to these types of venues in Granada.

The flamenco shows in El Templo del Flamenco are lasting one hour and fifteen minutes with between six and eight artists. The venue offers ticket options for the show with drink or a fixed price menu which features quality, regional cuisine. There is also a full staff on hand to provide an efficient and personalized service to all those attending.

The artistic direction of the cave is under Antonio Vallejo, who also serves as the Artistic Director for the Municipal Flamenco School of Granada. Vallejo has guided many young artists to professional level and national flamenco competitions. A talented choreographer, he has taught and performed across the world, visiting more than 40 different countries. Vallejo also performs regularly at El Templo del Flamenco along with several other gifted musicians and dancers. The quality of the show reflects their involvement in the local and national flamenco scene. The flamenco is refreshingly unique to the city and includes a good mix of up and coming talent as well as experienced performers.

Reviews

I recently had the pleasure of visiting El Templo del Flamenco in Granada with a group of 27 Americans. We may have been a rowdier crowd than usual conseridering we know little of Flamenco and the expected behaviors. It was a damn fine show and it was difficult not to express our enjoyment through loud cheering and clapping. The venue, offered an intimate setting in a traditional cave, enhancing the authenticity of the experience. The first dancer's raw passion and power in her performance was exceptionally impressive. Her face and her intensity was a testament to the art's emotive power. The second dancer's stoic grace captivated us all. The entirety of the show she held herself high, embodying the elegance of Flamenco. The male dancer brought a certain charisma to the stage, his performance subtly sensual yet fun. The accompanying Spanish guitarist played masterfully, and the singer delivered a powerful performance that resonated through the cave.The food, while not exceptional, was adequate and plentiful. The range of dishes, from salads to main courses like chicken, fish, and eggplant, was satisfactory. The blend of passionate performances and the unique cave setting makes it a worthwhile visit for anyone seeking to immerse themselves in this traditional Andalusian art form. I highly recommend.
Absolutely beautiful, Flamenco show with the most delicious food and excellent service. Everyone was kind and friendly. Such a great venue with a rich history well worth a visit ❤️
The hour long performance was so thrilling and awe-inspiring. The singers, dancers, and musicians all perform with such passion. The staff was attentive and kind. The venue is so unique as it's in a cave and all decorated in the traditional style. A really great experience all around.
Their flamenco performance was fantastic. No guitar, no dancing, no singing. It wasn't worth the money paid at all. However, the concert hall is located in a place where you have to climb up on foot, and it was not easy to pass the road under construction at late hours. Above all, the viewing environment was disappointing compared to the performance. Being able to drink and eat while watching a performance is definitely fantastic. However, it was a pity that the waiters constantly moved to cover the stage during the performance, obstructing the view. And I left the front seat empty for a group audience, and I couldn't concentrate on the performance at all while they arrived late, entered, and ordered drinks. However, the performance in the cave was excellent and the musicians are appreciated.
We were disappointed with the service because our tables were pushed to the side to accommodate a rather large group of tourist kids. We couldn’t see the performance too well or enjoy our meals without having someone bump into our side tables. It was way overcrowded and felt too hot in there. The cave capacity seemed exceeded which makes me wonder if it’s a fire hazard to have so much people in there. I give 3 stars for the performers, especially the emotional flamenco dancer and for good food. It seemed unfair for us to be pushed to the side when we booked so far in advance. We may have done better with a flamenco performance in Seville.
A brilliant experience of Flamenco performed by the dancers, singer and guitarist. The air and the stage vibrated with the dynamic sounds of the Flamenco footwear, together with the graceful and elegant movements of the dancers. A performance that must be seen once in a lifetime at least.
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The tickets will not be sent by post. The confirmation email will serve as your tickets and the reservation will be held under your name at the venue. You can either print the confirmation email or present a copy of the email on a Smartphone or tablet. If you are not able to print or present a copy of the email on a Smartphone or tablet, please send us an email directly after finalizing the purchase and we will arrange entry presenting photo identification (Passport, driver's license or other national identity card).

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