Flamenco Shows in Barcelona

Flamenco Shows in Barcelona

Tablao de Carmen was created in 1988 as a tribute to the great flamenco dancer Carmen Amaya. 

Palacio del Flamenco is one of Barcelona's most elegant venues for flamenco performances.

Tablao Flamenco Cordobés is located on the famous La Rambla in the center of Barcelona.

El Patio Andaluz offers an Andalusian atmosphere in the heart of the city center of Barcelona.

Los Tarantos Barcelona was founded in 1963 and is one of Barcelona's oldest flamenco shows.

Restaurante Flamenco Nervion is located in Barcelona, close to the Picasso Museum.

The Palau de la Música Catalana presents the show Gran Gala Flamenco.

The Teatro Poliorama in Barcelona is the home of the production Opera & Flamenco.

The Teatro Poliorama in Barcelona features the production of Gran Gala Flamenco.

The Palau de la Música Catalana features the performance Opera & Flamenco.

The show Carmen, Carmen, Carmen is a tribute to the legendary Carmen Amaya.

The establishment Sala Fènix is located in the city center of Barcelona.

A Taste of Spain is part of the European Museum of Modern Art´s summer flamenco series.

Maria de la O is part of the Arte Flamenco summer concert series in the Palau de la Música

Enjoy a night of activities including a traditional flamenco show at the Castell Medieval.

La Siesta is located in the coastal town of Santa Susanna in the province of Barcelona.

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Barcelona

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

Barcelona, situated in the northeast corner of the country, is Spain's second largest and most cosmopolitan city. Well known for its magnificent architecture, the city features numerous works by its most famous architect, Gaudi, including the Sagrada Familia and Parque Güell. Over the years, Barcelona has also reestablished itself as an important part of the national flamenco scene. In recent years the city's long tradition of flamenco has blended with a new and younger generation of flamenco artists, often resulting in a flamenco style which is unique to the Catalan region.