Flamenco Walking Tour in Madrid
In Madrid, there is a wide range of different types of walking tours. Historical, museum and gastronomic tours are in high demand, but without a doubt, the most requested are the flamenco walks. On each of these walking tour Madrid of great cultural value, you will be able to get to know the essential tablaos in the city.
Corral de la Morería
Founded in 1956, it is the oldest in Madrid. It is located next to the Royal Palace and operates all year round. In April a month-long Flamenco Festival takes place there, giving more than eighty artists the chance to show off their skills on the stage. It is one of the most famous tablaos in the world. This is reflected in its price.
As well as being the tablao that attracts the most massive audience in Madrid, it is also the meeting place for flamenco artists from other tablaos. The stage is separate from the tavern, which is decorated with photographs of dancers and musicians. On the second floor is the Fundación Conservatorio Casa Patas, which is in charge of disseminating flamenco and providing training activities in the area. It is not necessary to make a reservation. It is a ten-minute walk from the centre of Madrid.
Designed in the Andalusian Arabic style and founded in 1911, it was chosen by the members of the bullfighting society. The play FlamenConAlma, choreographed by Jonatan Miró, is currently being presented there. It has a large stage that can be seen from all the tables of the place. It has reasonable prices, but it does not admit cancellations.
The new place opened in Plaza de España in 2003 by Antonia Moya and Marisol Navarro, defined as a flamenco stage space, characterized by the excellence and quality of its artists. The venue is L-shaped, and the tables are arranged on several floors in front of the stage. For be a spectator, only one drink is necessary.
It is a small place with capacity for a maximum of ninety people. Directed by Anja Vollhardt, it has daily shows and a Peña Flamenca on Fridays at 23:00. The prices are accessible, and there are specific groups that receive discounts, such as retired people and students.
It was inaugurated in 198, and it is located five minutes from the Gran Vía, next to the Plaza de Santa Ana. It has been named Cultural Heritage of the City of Madrid. It offers three performances per night at 18:00, 20:00 and 22:00. The menu is served 45 minutes before each show.