Flamenco shows in Barcelona

Altough flamenco was originally borned in Andalucía, a south region in Spain, you can enjoy flamenco in Barcelona.

Barcelona has a strong flamenco’ s tradition and has hosted greatest flamenco artists. Some of these artists were borned in this city, such as the famous Carmen Amaya, considered the best flamenco dancer of all times. Actually, there is a catalan flamenco genre called “rumba catalana” derived from flamenco rumba, rock and roll and Cuban music.

Flamenco Show Barcelona

You can find many flamenco shows in Barcelona in different venues around the city. We want to highlight the top 5 most popular flamenco shows and venues in Barcelona:

  1. Tablao Flamenco Cordobés

Founded in 1970 and located in the famous Ramblas de Barcelona, nowadays it’ s still a mainly point of the Barcelona flamenco scene. The venue was designed and decorated inspired by the city of Granada and it’ s famous Alhambra in the typical nazarí style.

Some of the most important flamenco artists such as Farruco, Camarón and Fernanda y Bernarda were part of the opening of this tablao. Nowadays, dancers such as Eva La Yerbabuena, Israel Galván, Rafael de Carmen and Belén Maya can be seen in this tablao.

Location: Ramblas 35, Barcelona

How to get to Tablao Flamenco Cordobés: City Bus: 14,59; Metro: LICEU

Duration: 1 hour

Shows: 20:15 / 22:00

Size: 180 people

Prices: from 42,50 euros

  1. Tablao de Carmen

A tribute to the famous flamenco dancer Carmen Amaya, who debuted in this same place in 1929 offering a show to the spanish king Alfonso XIII.

This venue is located inside the Poble Espanyol de Montjuïc, where you can find different spaces regarding typical spanish locations, with a feel of a little village.

Founded in 1988, features a mix of established and up and coming performers in the Spanish flamenco scene. Offers two performances from Tuesday to Sunday that cover a variety of flamenco styles.

Location: Poble Espanyol de Montjuïc. Avda. Francesc Ferrer I Guàrdia 13, Barcelona

How to get to Tablao del Carmen: City Bus: 150,125,13,23,50; Metro: Plaça Espanya

Duration: 1 hour

Shows: 19:00 / 21:30 from Tuesday to Sunday

Size: 150 people

Prices: from 41 euros

  1. El Patio Andaluz

In the heart of Barcelona and not far away from the Gràcia district, you can find this Andalusian atmosphere’ s venue. Like a sort of restaurant and bar with Andalusian typical chairs and tables, ceramic tiles and other details. A perfect tablao for not only enjoy flamenco but also trying, if you like, practicing it (the performers use to encourage customers to join the dance).

The tablao features the talents of Jesús Cortés, winner of the National Flamenco Dance prize who has performed in venues all over the world.

Location:  Aribau 242, Barcelona

How to get to el Patio Andaluz: City Bus: 6,7,27,32,33,34,H8; Metro: GRACIA

Duration: 1 hour and 15 minutes

Shows: 20:00 / 22:00

Size: 130 people

Prices: from 25 euros

  1. Palacio del Flamenco

Another flamenco show in the heart of Barcelona, near to Provença metro station and 20 minutes from the central Plaça Catalunya.

Refurbished in 2006 combines classical elements of the historic building with contemporary decoration.

The show includes singers, dancers, guitar players and other musicians featuring several different styles of Flamenco.

Perfect flamenco show for large groups as it offers a 380 people capability with a separate lounge area to host special functions and meetings.

Location: Balmes 139, Barcelona

How to get to Palacio del Flamenco: City Bus: 7,16,17,67,68; Metro: PROVENÇA

Duration: 40 minutes / 1 hour

Shows: 20:30 / 19:15 or 22:40

Size: 380 people

Prices: from 28 euros

  1. Los Tarantos Barcelona

Located in Plaça Reial, one of the Barcelona’ s downtown famous squares.  The show lasts no more than 30 minutes so it’ s perfect for people who want to spot good flamenco in a cheap way. This show uses to feature the new generation of Catalan flamenco artists such as Yolanda Cortés, Nacho Blanco and Iván Alcalá flamenco dancers or Alba Carmona and Sara Flores flamenco singers.

Location: Plaça Reial 17, Barcelona

How to get to Los Tarantos Barcelona: City Bus: 14,59,91; Metro: LICEU

Duration: 30 minutes

Shows: 20:30 / 21:30 / 22:30

Size: 150 people

Prices: from 10 euros

Also some flamenco festivals and flamenco concerts take place in this mediterranean and cosmopolital city like Miguel Poveda live in Pineda de Mar (30 minutes away from Barcelona) on 15th August 2014.

Top 5 best panoramic views of Barcelona

One of the beautiful things about Barcelona is the ability to see the city from some privileged viewpoints. The fact that you are surrounded by mountains means that there are different places to enjoy wonderful views of the city at high points. So let’s see Barcelona from the top, especially if you like or if you are panoramic photography lovers.


Park Guell is without doubt the first place in the list of any traveler who visits Barcelona. That’s great because apart of Gaudi’s works this park includes fascinating picnic area and panoramic views that won’t leave you indifferent.

Going a bit higher you can find not a very touristic place Turó de la Rovira with 360o panoramic view with free access. It’s really awesome! It is also a place with historical interest where the Carmel bunkers were built during the Spanish Civil War in addition to hosting a neighborhood of barracks after the war that lasted 40 years, until the Olympics Games has started the government started “washing the face of the city”. So it’s just must visit!

Montjuïc Castle will be our third place must visit. No words just go and have a long-long walk around its marvelous places, gardens, museum MNAC and of course viewpoints.

Maybe after a long walk by Monjuïc Mountain you will be too exhausted but we also have a deal for you. On the top of ex-plaza de toros, actual shopping-mall “Arenas” you can have a drink and continuing admiring Barcelona’s highlights.

Well, if we start talking about drinks, don’t doubt and go up to our terrace at Hotel Duquesa de Cardona to have a total relax with Port Vell views.

Summer time or how to take advantage of your staying in Barcelona 2014

We always try to do the best information about cool places, restaurants and shops. Now it’s turn to make an agenda with great concerts, festivals and open air activities in Barcelona. One of the greatest music festivals that are celebrating every year in Barcelona is Festival Pedralbes located in the most beautiful gardens of Barcelona. It’s time to harry up, because you’re still on time to buy last tickets to see such a fantastic band like Russian Red, George Benson or Paul Anka. Get more information at the official website of Jardins Pedralbes. How to arrive: Av. Diagonal, 686 Line 3; Green Line Station: Palau Reial

Next in our list of events is another one festival that takes place in Barcelona since 1976. Festival Grec is already a tradition for Catalans and people who come to Barcelona frequently. Be a part of this beautiful tradition, get your entrance now and enjoy. How to arrive: Passeig Santa Madrona, 36. Line 1 (Espanya), Line 3 (Espanya or Poble Sec).


The best jazz you can find in Jamboree club, where you can listen to 5 genius musicians of catalan jazz: Joan Chamorro, Ignasi Terraza, Josep Traver, Esteve Pi y la joven Andrea Motis together with Scott Hamilton. It’s for sure a great mix of youth and freshness of a Surprisingly Jazzwoman and the experience of an American saxophonist who has worked with the biggest ones of the gender. How to arrive: Plaça Reial 17. Line 3 (Liceu or Drassanes)

Don’t miss a concert of Katie Melua, en el Sant Jordi Club on Wednesday, 23 of July. The American singer comes to Barcelona as part of her European tour that presents a spectacular “simplified” accompanied by bass and keyboards.

And to close the list we are happy to announce that on Monday, 21 of July you have a great opportunity to explore American sounds. The author of “Don’t worry Be happy” will be performing in Barcelona as a part of Grec Festival 2014. Go and buy your ticket! How to arrive: Pg Santa Madrona, 36. Line 1 (Espanya), Line 3 (Espanya or Poble Sec)

Discover Barcelona riding your bike

We have a great plan for you to have fun and to see Barcelona highlights riding your bike. It could be a route by a city center or escaping from the masses to the towards the Maresme beaches. Have fun with 2 routes we’ve planned for you.


Let’s start with the easiest route that will let you to combine tourism, gastronomy and a pleasure of doing it riding quick as the wind. Enjoy Gaudi works, the crowdies street in the city La Rambla and eat paella in one of the terraces of Rambla. You have about 9 km to go on bike without any haste.  You can start in any point, but we suggest you make a point of start Pl. Calalunya and move down through Las Ramblas. Then cross the Gothic neighborhood passing in front of the Cathedral of Barcelona and go to the Born, where you can admire Santa Maria del Mar Cathedral as well. Crossing El Born neighborhood go straight to Ciutadella Park and don’t forget to make a stop there. You even can leave you bikes and rent a boat for 15 minutes. Then go up by passeig Sant Joan and go left on Tetuan square following Gran Via up to c/Marina where you have to go to the right and magic views of Sagrada Familia will temp you. There take the bike path of c/Provenza until Passeig de Gràcia, where you can see La Pedrera (Casa Mila), La Casa Batllo, and other emblematic buildings of Barcelona. If you want to make some changes here you have a map of bike path in Barcelona.

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For those who like an intensive riding we have this route that will takes about 2 hours and 32 km long. This route is perfect to make an escape cycling towards the Maresme beaches far from crowdie Barceloneta beach. Where the sand is clean and you shouldn’t almost fight for a place. The bike path that runs from the Forum area towards Sant Adrià de Besòs and Badalona, ​​can be connected as well to the adapted tracks for bikes on the seafront towards Montgat, El Masnou and Premia de Mar. To give you an idea of the route, between the Forum and Premia de Mar there are 16km, and to Ocata 12km. If doing the entire route it seems excessive to you, you can use a train. But be aware that some schedules are very full and this can be a problem traveling with your bike.