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Came here a day after my cruise, and they started on time and the show was wonderful and exciting. But what ruined it was the flashes. They said to remove the flash from the cameras and no one listened. Otherwise it was great.
Make sure to some early to learn about the history of Flamenco and to learn how to do a few steps yourself.
Purchased the dinner with a show and the food was good. not the best Paella but not the worst. as for the show.......More
As part of the Compo deal from Ivenutre card for tourism ; flamenco dancing was a must as part of three adventure or tours; we attended the show ; the place is just too far from other activities; we attended early so we were able...More
We visited this show at the suggestion of our travel agent and enjoyed it. It was not awesome but it was worth seeing. At the suggestion of our travel agent we did not eat dinner there which I think was a good idea. The show...More
I wanted to share the culture of Spain, and its beautiful Flamenco dancing with my daughter(50) and granddaughter (19). This show was better than I expected. We enjoyed the dinner show, the food was good and the bottle of wine was pretty good too. But...More
Our first night in Barcelona and what better way to literally get a taste of this fabulous city than by doing the dinner and show at this place. The Flamenco dancing was just spectacular, the service was very efficient. The great thing is that you...More
Get there half an hour early for the pre-show - it had us clapping all holiday and really warmed us up for the flamenco show. The food and drink was good and the dancers and musicians were talented and made us feel part of the...More
This is a relatively small establishment and even seated at the rear we had a good view of the dancers and the musicians behind them. There was no emcee or explanation, just a series of acts that moved along briskly and ended in just under...More
Chaotic start to the evening, with hordes of culture-hungry tourists crammed into a sweaty ante-room whilst waiting for the theatre to clear from the earlier show. Several staff members inside but with no clue as to how to keep growing throng of eager, waiting customers...More
a great way to see the real flamenco culture of Barcelona with dancing and tapas. It is a large venue so the booking groups are large and the food reflects that but the overall experience is worth it. Easy to book online and the dancers...More
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Hey Friend! Please don't rush back to your hotel immediately after the Show!! Try strolling for a while around the venue - it is so charming and delightful. Anyhow, Barcelona in general is a very public transport friendly... More
Hey Friend! Please don't rush back to your hotel immediately after the Show!! Try strolling for a while around the venue - it is so charming and delightful. Anyhow, Barcelona in general is a very public transport friendly city! However the taxis are plentiful and overall much cheaper than the US Taxis or London cabs. I used taxis at least 20 times during my stay in Barcelona and I honestly could not find fault with even one of them! Uber service is also available.