The capital of Spain is also one of the most exciting places to see Flamenco - from grand old Tablaos featuring major stars and refreshing new talents, to intimate bars offering Flamenco improvisation at its finest - there's something for everyone!
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Barrio Arganzuela, South Madrid
The Catalan capital may not be your first thought when thinking about where to watch Flamenco, but many consider it to be at the vanguard of the artform, boasting some of the best artists in the world today! Take your choice from a great selection of Tablaos and Flamenco establishments offering world class, authentic, passionate Flamenco.
The Cradle of Flamenco, Seville has long been considered the most iconic location to see live Flamenco in the world. Flamenco can be found at every corner, from buskers dancing on portable floors, to late night bars where fans of the art congregate to sing and play, to spectacular Tablaos showcasing everything the artform has to offer - a trip to Seville without a night of Flamenco would be incomplete
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Barrio de Triana, West Seville
The famed city of the Moorish queens has a charm all of its own, and its Flamenco tradition is testament to its long gypsy heritage. The only place in the world where you can still see Flamenco performed in the gypsy caves of its ancestors - the vibrant pulse of Flamenco has beat in Sacromonte for generations. Whether you have seen Flamenco all over the world, or whether it's your first time - a performance in Granada is a unique experience not to be missed.
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Barrio Albayzin, Central Granada
Birthplace of the Bulería, the city of Jerez is alive with the rhythms of Flamenco and famed for its effortless Arte. Home of the world-famous Flamenco festival which takes place every February, you needn't miss out if you're visiting at another time - Flamenco is alive and stamping in Jerez, it is its very heartbeat.
Better known for its Arabic architecture and Moroccan vibe, Cordoba is also the home of a number of prestigious Flamenco events including the Flamenco Festival in May, the legendary Noche Blanca shows in June, and the annual Guitar Festival which takes place in July. But whenever you plan to visit, there is always an opportunity to see wonderful, authentic Flamenco performed by artists who have dedicated their lives to the artform.