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Madrid: Live Flamenco Show with Food and Drinks Options

1. Madrid: Live Flamenco Show with Food and Drinks Options

Experience the passion of flamenco and Spanish music at the historical Torres Bermejas tablao in the heart of Madrid. Enhance your evening with a traditional menu and drinks if selected. Opened in 1960, admire the unique interiors inspired by the Bermejas towers of Granada's beautiful Alhambra. Marvel at the walls of Arabic motifs, ornate tiles and wood-carved ceilings as the flamenco performers captivate you with their unforgettable artistic interpretations. Watch the stunning choreographies of the Cuadro Flamenco, composed of the best singers, guitarists, clappers, and dancers of the flamenco tradition. Be part of this amazing folkloric culture at a flamenco night complete with dining options inspired by traditional Spanish cuisine.

Madrid: 10 Tapas 2.5-Hour Cooking Class

2. Madrid: 10 Tapas 2.5-Hour Cooking Class

Learn how to prepare typical tapas with the help of a professional chef. Immerse yourself in the culinary traditions of Spain and prepare 10 small dishes that explain each region of the country. Get tutorials on traditional techniques and local ingredients and benefit from personalized attention during the 2.5-hour class. Make authentic dishes such as gilda (pepper and anchovy skewers) from the Basque Country and pan tumaca (bruschetta) from Catalonia. Sit down and enjoy the fruits of your labor with a glass of Spanish sangría. Get a gift of the recipes you created and an apron as a keepsake.

Madrid: Flamenco Show at Tablao "Las Tablas"

3. Madrid: Flamenco Show at Tablao "Las Tablas"

Settle into your seat in a traditional flamenco tablao theater for a night of authentic music and dancing. Feel the heat as singers, dancers, and musicians combine grace, sound, and emotion. Enjoy a drink with the show and have the option to add dinner to your ticket.  Discover on of the most highly regarded flamenco stages in Madrid at Las Tablas. Sit down to an evening of traditional Spanish flamenco produced with modern theatrical techniques including elaborate lighting, acoustics, and staging.  Complement your experience by adding an authentic Spanish meal with choices of various salads and mouth-watering Iberian products. Sip on a glass of wine or sangria that is included in the price of your ticket. 

Madrid: Flamenco Show at Tablao Las Carboneras

4. Madrid: Flamenco Show at Tablao Las Carboneras

Experience the passion of Flamenco in the heart of Madrid. Step inside the Tablao Las Carboneras for a night of masterclass performances, live music, drinks, and an optional dinner. Arrive at the Tablao Las Carboneras located in the basement of the old palace of the Count of Miranda. Admire the old cabaret-style interior that combines tradition with the best of contemporary flamenco. Pick up a complimentary drink and settle in for a night of top-class performances by renowned artists such as José Maldonado, Candy Román, Ari Alexis Patacuás, Juan Herrera, Shin Yamasawa, Diego Agudo Pinilla, Isabel Fischer, and Ana Palma. Enhance your night at the Tablao with the dinner option and enjoy a menu of traditional Spanish cuisine. Sink into the lively atmosphere and watch authentic Spanish Flamenco.

Madrid: Opera and Zarzuela Show and Dinner

5. Madrid: Opera and Zarzuela Show and Dinner

Enjoy an original dinner of opera and lyric song, sung by performing waiters at the stunning La Castafiore restaurant in the heart of Madrid. The restaurant opened in 1996 with the aim of promoting young artists and the traditional lyric form of operatic art. As you dine, the wait staff will entertain you with typical Spanish zarzuela, interacting with the audience as they go. The night starts with an overture of “Il Barbieri di Siviglia,” served with the traditional tapa of a Spanish omelet. The 1st act, “Die Zauberflöte,” is accompanied by marinated salmon rolls filled with baby broad beans in garlic sauce. For the 2nd act (main course), you can choose from grilled entrecote with herb butter,“La Boheme,” or hake with parsley, gulas (baby eels) and clams, “La Traviata.” The “plaudit” (dessert) is a divine milk mousse of “El Gato Montés.” At the end of the night, all diners are invited to toast “La Traviata!”

Madrid: Flamenco Show at Corral de la Moreria

6. Madrid: Flamenco Show at Corral de la Moreria

Enjoy a flamenco show performed by 9 artists at the Corral de la Morería, the cathedral of flamenco in Spain. Sip on a drink during the show, or treat yourself to a gourmet 3-course dinner with drinks. The venue was opened in 1956 by Manuel del Rey and is the most well-known tablao flamenco in the world. Throughout its history, the Corral de la Morería has witnessed performances by some of the finest professionals of this discipline. The venue is located in Madrid’s historic center, next to the Royal Palace. Its decor recreates a setting reminiscent of the original tablao flamenco that will take you back in time. It is popular with many famous personalities, so don't be surprised if you’re seated next to a celebrity, a politician, or a royal. The menu is as follows: • Starter: Huerto Cordobes and Salmorejo Dip, or Smoked Cheesecake• Main: Roasted Pork Shoulder, Salmon with Vegetable Sauce, Lamb Rack, or Braised Veal Pie• Dessert: French Toast or Chocolate 1/2 bottle of wine per personMineral water

Madrid: Old Madrid Walking Food and Wine Tour

7. Madrid: Old Madrid Walking Food and Wine Tour

Explore the streets of the Spanish capital with a local guide. Learn about the history and food of Madrid while sampling traditional tapas at local hotspots. Try Iberian ham, manchego cheese, churros, and more. Take in major attractions such as the Puerta del Sol, Plaza Mayor, and San Gines Church. Begin your tour with a local expert in history and gastronomy to some of the most popular tapas bars in Madrid. You will experience the same venues that the locals go to, seeking traditional tapas such as Iberian ham, manchego cheese, garlic shrimp, fried cod (a typical tapa from Madrid) padron peppers, bravas, Spanish Omelette, and more tapas according to the tapas bars that you will visit on the day. You will also get to try a delicious dessert of chocolate with churros. You will also pass by iconic Madrid landmarks such as the Puerta del Sol, Plaza Mayor, Plaza de la Villa (the old city council), San Miguel Market, the Austrian neighborhood, and the San Gines Church. During your tour, you will learn more about the history of Madrid as well as about the tapas tradition, being able to ask as many questions as you like during your tour.

Madrid: Royal Palace Tour, Flamenco Show, & Tapas with Drink

8. Madrid: Royal Palace Tour, Flamenco Show, & Tapas with Drink

Save time with a skip-the-line ticket to Madrid's Royal Palace. Uncover the history of the Spanish monarchy on a guided walking tour. Catch a flamenco show at Torres Bermejas Tablao. Sip on a drink and snack on a tapas dish during the show. Meet your guide at the Opera metro station and make your way to Madrid's Royal Palace. Breeze past the long lines to this popular attraction with your skip-the-line access. Hear how the palace has changed over time with informative commentary from your guide. Admire this 18th-centurey palace which is the largest in Western Europe. Complete your experience with an incredible flamenco show at the Torres Bermejas Tablao. Experience the passion of flamenco dance and music at this historic tablao in the heart of Madrid.  Marvel at the Moorish-patterned walls, ornate tiles, and wood-carved ceilings as flamenco artists captivate you with their artistic interpretations. While enjoying the amazing folkloric culture of flamenco, you can make a selection from the tapas menu and have a red or white wine and water. The tapas menu includes Spanish omelet with caramelized onion, homemade croquettes with Iberian ham and cheese, Andalusian style squid, toast with tomato and Iberian Ham, Valencian paella, chicken fingers, and homemade cheesecake with blueberry sauce.

Madrid: Prado Museum Guided Tour & Lunch at Sobrino de Botín

9. Madrid: Prado Museum Guided Tour & Lunch at Sobrino de Botín

Take in two of Madrid’s best experiences in one morning. Begin at the statue of Francisco Goya where you’ll meet your expert guide and begin your exploration of the Prado Museum. Before going inside, your guide will set the scene of the storied halls you’re about to enter. Your extensive tour of the museum will span over 20 masterpieces that highlight Spain’s fascinating history. You’ll learn about the characters and events that served as inspiration for these pieces and get a picture of the artists behind each one. Delight in the master strokes of Velazquez, Goya, Bosch and so many more as you wander the Prado’s halls. Next, discover another aspect of Madrid’s history on a stroll through the charming Literary Quarter. Many of Spain’s literary geniuses have tread these very paths. Stop into a century-old tavern to whet your appetite and try one of Madrid’s classic aperitifs. Afterwards, it’s time to step inside the world’s oldest operating restaurant – Sobrino de Botín. Cooking and perfecting the same delicacies since it opened its doors in 1725, eating here is a chance to explore both Madrid’s cuisine and its history. What’s more, before it opens its doors to the hungry lunchtime crowd, you’ll get to take a private tour through its hidden underground tunnels, historic kitchens, and storied dining rooms. Then sit down to a delicious three-course lunch. The star of Botín’s menu is the roast suckling pig, slow roasted in the original ovens from when the restaurant first opened, joined on the plate by seasonal vegetables. Enjoy a specially prepared dessert afterwards along with plenty of Rioja red wine. Take the opportunity to chat with your guide at the table and learn more about the historic setting you’re dining in. By the end of your meal, you’ll have checked two must-visit sites off your list and gained a unique insight into Madrid’s past and present.

Madrid: Tapas and Flamenco Guided Tour

10. Madrid: Tapas and Flamenco Guided Tour

Begin the evening in front of the Royal Opera House, a well-known spot for flamenco performances on one of the biggest stages in Madrid. You’ll get introduced to the art of flamenco from your expert guide and get a sense of its roots within the country. It’s time for some delicious tapas next, and the first stop of the evening will be a classic bar in the city center where you’ll enjoy something para picar (‘to snack on’). These moreish bites are the perfect way to get acquainted with the world of tapas which you’ll be diving into on this tour. Sip some vermouth as your guide explains exactly how to do tapas like a local. Afterwards, take a guided stroll down some of the oldest streets in the city. Stop at a traditional flamenco shop for some eye-opening insights into just how much preparation goes into a single flamenco show. You’ll see the colorful dresses, shoes, castanets and everything else one needs to dress the part of a flamenco dancer. You’ll also pop by a Spanish guitar shop nearby to learn more about the music that fuels this riveting performance. Continue with another round of tapas at a historic restaurant that opened in 1933. Naturally, they specialize in traditional tapas here which will fill you up nicely before the true highlight of the evening! At one of the most intimate venues in the city, it’s time for all the passion, drama and intrigue of a flamenco performance! Enjoy a special Iberian tapa and drink during the show. Afterwards, indulge in a classic Spanish dessert as you reflect on the evening with your fellow travelers! It’s important to note that while the stops visited and the order of the route may vary, you’ll have the same delicious experience!

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We thoroughly enjoyed the flamenco dancing . The dancers were excellent ! I don’t think it was worth paying the extra for the ticket that included a drink …. 1 water , 1 coke , 1 beer and a sangria cost an extra 40 euro in the ticket price ….. so if there are non alcohol drinkers in your group don’t include the drink option ticket . Just buy your drink when you get there .

it is exactly what everyone has said about this performance, just wow. You will not be disappointed; definitely was worth every coin and some more.

An amazing evening spent! The dancers and musicians were simply incredible !!

Me encanto! Unico el lugar! Fabuloso! Comida rica y flamenco hermoso

Amazing experience, I really recommend this show. 5 stars