Originating in the south of Spain, flamenco has since become an iconic symbol of Spanish culture. Here are our top 10 places for traditional Spanish Flamenco in Barcelona.
Tablao Flamenco Cordobes Barcelona
With over 6 million visitors having passed through its doors during the last 45 years Tablao Flamenco Cordobes Barcelona has become famous for its Flamenco. What’s more, the restaurant has proved rather popular too. Book a table and enjoy an array of tapas as you take part in a traditional Spanish night out.
Tablao de Carmen
The dancing brothers of Tete and Yiyo are regulars at Tablao de Carmen. Live flamenco music and dance, all while you sample some great food. It doesn’t come much better either, given the menu is overseen by Michelin Starred Juanjo Martinez.
Los Tarantos comes under the same umbrella as the Moog nightclub and Jamboree Jazz Club. Although Los Tarantos was well established before becoming part of a chain and as such, the owners have kept it as close to its authentic flamenco origins as possible.
The Palacio del Flamenco
One of the larger venues in Barcelona, but don’t be fooled – even with regular flamenco shows, they can still sell out in advance.
It may be an assuming little venue tucked away down a side street, but the live music at 23 Robadors is varied, with club nights featuring jazz to hip-hop. When it comes to their flamenco nights, word of mouth has gone a long way.
Within the gothic quarter you will come across the beautiful Palau Dalmasses, the most perfect setting for a night of flamenco. Make sure you book tickets in advance as the chances are tickets available on the door will be hard to come by.
If you want to try your hand at flamenco dancing yourself, then what better place to try than Spain. Learn with the locals, but in a relaxed and fun atmosphere. They also have nights dedicated to other dances such as Rumba parties.
Tablao Flamenco Cordobes
La Rambla is a famous street in Barcelona, with shops, markets and a bustling night life. It will be easy then to find Tablao Flamenco Crodobes. Not only is it in a prominent location but is also one of the cities most renowned venues featuring big names in Flamenco.
There’s always something happening at Tinta Roja, so the perfect place to enjoy some Catalan entertainment. Expect to see the best in flamenco and tango, while the bars interior will make you feel at home with the circus.
The Palau de la Música
A night out at the Palaue de la Musica is worth it just to experience the wonderful building, flamenco nights aren’t regular occurrences but keep an eye on local listings. Wherever you wish to stay, we have a selection of villas, apartments, Bed and Breakfasts and much more. Take a look at our accommodation in Barcelona.