Granada: 2-Hour Flamenco Show in Sacromonte Caves
- Duration: 2 hours
We stood outside in very cold weather from before 9.30pm which was our pick up time at the Eurostar Hotel in Gran Via; the bus arrived just before 10pm. There must be a better way to co ordinate a pick up. And the booking site could give live updates regarding progress if the bus, The flamenco performance was brilliant. The advertised program was a tour of the Albaicin usually after the show. All that was offered was a bus ride up to the St Nicholas viewsite to take night photos of the Alhambra and a brief explanation about the relatively new and only mosque in Granada. That’s not a tour, it’s a photo op and a four minute talk on the same site. You could improve your logistics and accuracy
Fabulous experience, great show. Worth the unorganized local tour guide. Our mini bus was a half hour late. They sent us no notice and our name wasn’t on their list. After 15 minutes the guide found our reservation and allowed us to take the last 2 seats on the packed minibus.. When we got there there was no room in our assigned cave. As we were leaving the owner/manager stopped us and gave us fantastic seats for another show..... The show was amazing, authentic and joyful. We took a cab home with another couple from our many minus.
I’m wasn’t a flamenco fan - until I saw the performance at the Sacromonte caves. The dancers plied their craft with such passion, commitment and technical expertise it gave me new insights into not only the dance form but also the culture. I would recommend this performance without hesitation.
A fun night out and great flamenco show. The walking tour afterwards was brief but informative - I probably would have liked a little bit more of this part but enjoyed what we had.