Flamenco in Seville

Seville is to Flamenco what Flamenco is to Seville; a city and an art that have gone hand and hand for centuries. If Andalusia is the capital of flamenco, than Seville is the heart, and the city is full of street corners, tablaos, and bars where you can take in the flamenco atmosphere.

Possibly the best flamenco can be enjoyed every two years throughout September during the Flamenco Biennial of Seville, however the city offers fantastic performances all throughout the year. One cannot name every single bar, club, school, or association offering Flamenco, as there are countless and certainly cannot be missed.

10 PLACES TO SEE FLAMENCO IN SEVILLE

It can be a bit complicated finding and deciding which flamenco performance you would like to see while in Seville. While wandering the city you will come across several advertisements and brochures showing off flamenco, but surely you want to see the best quality.

Although we are not insinuating those not named in this article are of lower quality, we wanted to help narrow down your choices and make your trip as pleasant and easy as possible.

Tablao El Arenal

This “tablao,” founded in 1975 in the Arenal neighborhood is one of the best in the city, offering a complete flamenco show with up to 15 “bailaores and bailaoras” from 7:30 to 9:30 p.m. Prices range from € 35 to € 72 depending on whether you enjoy a drink, tapas, or a complete dinner while enjoying the show.

Calle Rodio, 7

seville flamenco show tablao arenal
seville-flamenco show tablao alvarez quinteros

Tablao Álvarez Quintero

This “tablao” offers shows everyday in the center of Seville. Ranging from €12-€18, there are one hour and thirty minute shows combining guitar, singing, and of course, dancing.

Calle Álvarez Quintero, 48

El Palacio Andaluz

In the barrio Macarena, this is one of the most enjoyed and acclaimed performances in Seville. Two daily hour and a half shows at 7 and 9:30 p.m. range from €59 to €83, again depending on food and drink, and are usually full as this “tablao” is popular.

Calle María Auxiliadora, 18

seville flamenco show palacio andaluz
seville flamenco show tablao los gallos

Los Gallos

Located in the Santa Cruz neighborhood, this “tablao” offers two daily shows with as many as 10 different artists. Offering €35 shows at 8:30 and 10:30 p.m., including a drink, Los Gallos is one of the most reputable and hospitable in Seville.

Plaza de Santa Cruz

Patio Sevillano

Founded in 1956 as the Patio Andaluz, it was moved to the banks of the Guadalquivir in 1973 with its new name representing its new home. Its history and reputation are preceded by such legendary artists as Lola Flores, Chano Lobato, and Cristina Hoyos. Performances take place everyday at 7 and 9:30 p.m. El Patio Sevillano is a larger hall, holding up to 300 spectators, and, depending on your drink and food choice, ranges from €38 to €72.

Paseo Cristobal Colón, 11

seville flamenco show
seville flamenco show casa del flamenco

Casa del Flamenco

In the picturesque neighborhood of Santa Cruz you will find this gorgeous 15th century palace. Its privileged acoustics offers a magnificent and unique sound and experience without the need of microphones and amplifiers. Priced between €10 and €18, don’t let this fool you, this is some of the highest quality flamenco the region has to offer. Treat yourself to any of their daily shows, but their schedule varies according to the season, so be sure to check before you go.

Calle Ximénez de Enciso, 28

Casa de la Guitarra

Also residing in the barrio of Santa Cruz, this time in a palace from the 18th century, Casa de la Guitarra holds numerous national awards in dancing and singing. With two daily shows at 7:30 and 9 p.m. ranging from €10 to €17, this “tablao” also offers a flamenco museum and one of the best guitar collections in Spain.

Calle Mesón del Moro, 12

seville flamenco show casa de la mem
seville flamenco show casa de la mem

Casa de la Memoria

A beautiful Andalusian patio covered in flowers and 15th century design that used to house the Stables of the Lebrija Palace, this “tablao” has taken care in conserving its detail and architecture. With daily shows, again at 7:30 and 9 p.m. from €10 to €18, Casa de la Memoria also has a historic tour of 19th and 20th century Seville.

Calle Cuna, 6

Museo del Baile Flamenco

In the center of the city, this is the most important flamenco museum in Seville. Learn about the vast world and history of the dance and witness a powerful performance by the masters. Every dance is choreographed by world renowned dancer Cristina Hoyos. Depending on your choice of show and museum combination, shows range from €6 to €30.

Calle Manuel Rojas Marcos, 3

seville flamenco show museo baile flamenco
sevilla flamenco

La Flamenquería

Along the banks of the Guadalquivir river in the traditional barrio of Triana, La Flamenqueria is both a performance hall and a school, offering classes throughout the year. For shows, come Thursdays, Fridays, and Saturdays at 9:30 p.m. ranging between €20 and €25.

Calle Castilla, 94

Seville is to Flamenco what Flamenco is to Seville; a city and an art that have gone hand and hand for centuries. If Andalusia is the capital of flamenco, than Seville is the heart, and the city is full of street corners, tablaos, and bars where you can take in the flamenco atmosphere.

Possibly the best flamenco can be enjoyed every two years throughout September during the Flamenco Biennial of Seville, however the city offers fantastic performances all throughout the year. One cannot name every single bar, club, school, or association offering Flamenco, as there are countless and certainly cannot be missed.

10 PLACES TO SEE FLAMENCO IN SEVILLE

It can be a bit complicated finding and deciding which flamenco performance you would like to see while in Seville. While wandering the city you will come across several advertisements and brochures showing off flamenco, but surely you want to see the best quality.

Although we are not insinuating those not named in this article are of lower quality, we wanted to help narrow down your choices and make your trip as pleasant and easy as possible.

Tablao El Arenal

seville flamenco show tablao arenal

This “tablao,” founded in 1975 in the Arenal neighborhood is one of the best in the city, offering a complete flamenco show with up to 15 “bailaores and bailaoras” from 7:30 to 9:30 p.m. Prices range from € 35 to € 72 depending on whether you enjoy a drink, tapas, or a complete dinner while enjoying the show.

Calle Rodio, 7

Tablao Álvarez Quintero

seville-flamenco show tablao alvarez quinteros

This “tablao” offers shows everyday in the center of Seville. Ranging from €12-€18, there are one hour and thirty minute shows combining guitar, singing, and of course, dancing.

Calle Álvarez Quintero, 48

El Palacio Andaluz

seville flamenco show palacio andaluz

In the barrio Macarena, this is one of the most enjoyed and acclaimed performances in Seville. Two daily hour and a half shows at 7 and 9:30 p.m. range from €59 to €83, again depending on food and drink, and are usually full as this “tablao” is popular.

Calle María Auxiliadora, 18

Los Gallos

seville flamenco show tablao los gallos

Located in the Santa Cruz neighborhood, this “tablao” offers two daily shows with as many as 10 different artists. Offering €35 shows at 8:30 and 10:30 p.m., including a drink, Los Gallos is one of the most reputable and hospitable in Seville.

Plaza de Santa Cruz

Patio Sevillano

seville flamenco show

Founded in 1956 as the Patio Andaluz, it was moved to the banks of the Guadalquivir in 1973 with its new name representing its new home. Its history and reputation are preceded by such legendary artists as Lola Flores, Chano Lobato, and Cristina Hoyos. Performances take place everyday at 7 and 9:30 p.m. El Patio Sevillano is a larger hall, holding up to 300 spectators, and, depending on your drink and food choice, ranges from €38 to €72.

Paseo Cristobal Colón, 11

Casa del Flamenco

seville flamenco show casa del flamenco

In the picturesque neighborhood of Santa Cruz you will find this gorgeous 15th century palace. Its privileged acoustics offers a magnificent and unique sound and experience without the need of microphones and amplifiers. Priced between €10 and €18, don’t let this fool you, this is some of the highest quality flamenco the region has to offer. Treat yourself to any of their daily shows, but their schedule varies according to the season, so be sure to check before you go.

Calle Ximénez de Enciso, 28

Casa de la Guitarra

seville flamenco show casa de la mem

Also residing in the barrio of Santa Cruz, this time in a palace from the 18th century, Casa de la Guitarra holds numerous national awards in dancing and singing. With two daily shows at 7:30 and 9 p.m. ranging from €10 to €17, this “tablao” also offers a flamenco museum and one of the best guitar collections in Spain.

Calle Mesón del Moro, 12

Casa de la Memoria

seville flamenco show casa de la mem

A beautiful Andalusian patio covered in flowers and 15th century design that used to house the Stables of the Lebrija Palace, this “tablao” has taken care in conserving its detail and architecture. With daily shows, again at 7:30 and 9 p.m. from €10 to €18, Casa de la Memoria also has a historic tour of 19th and 20th century Seville.

Calle Cuna, 6

Museo del Baile Flamenco

seville flamenco show museo baile flamenco

In the center of the city, this is the most important flamenco museum in Seville. Learn about the vast world and history of the dance and witness a powerful performance by the masters. Every dance is choreographed by world renowned dancer Cristina Hoyos. Depending on your choice of show and museum combination, shows range from €6 to €30.

Calle Manuel Rojas Marcos, 3

La Flamenquería

sevilla flamenco

Along the banks of the Guadalquivir river in the traditional barrio of Triana, La Flamenqueria is both a performance hall and a school, offering classes throughout the year. For shows, come Thursdays, Fridays, and Saturdays at 9:30 p.m. ranging between €20 and €25.

Calle Castilla, 94

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