Immerse yourself in the sensuous rhythms of Spanish flamenco at a 1-hour show at Barcelona’s Palacio del Flamenco. Choose from 3 unique performances, each presented by an enthusiastic cast of flamenco dancers, singers and musicians.About this activity • Experience the passion of flamenco at a 1-hour flamenco show in Barcelona • Watch talented dancers of traditional Spanish folk dance • Savor the taste of Spanish tapas or paella in the theater restaurant • Hear the sensuous rhythms of the flamenco guitar • Enjoy a live flamenco class with 2 of the performers
Experience the sensuous sounds and rhythms of Spanish flamenco at a 1-hour show at the Palacio del Flamenco in Barcelona. Choose from one of 3 different shows, including the "Famenco y Olé" and "El Gitano Bajanó" programs.A talented troupe of flamenco dancers and guitar players are joined by other musicians and singers to present a stunning journey through one of Spain’s most popular folk traditions. Choose to add on a supper of seafood paella or the typical tapas of Spain, as well as a glass of local wine or sangria. For those who choose not to have dinner before the show, you will have the exclusive chance to learn the basic rhythms and steps of flamenco from 2 of the renowned dancers before the show begins.Flamenco Y OléHeld nightly at 18:25, the “Flamenco Y Olé” show features an extraordinary group of dancers interpreting gypsy traditions through dance, including the “Pasión Gitana desde Niño” (gypsy passion since childhood), “Alegrías de Cádiz” (happiness from Cádiz), and “Bodas de Luis Alonso” (wedding of Luis Alonso). The “Seguidillas y Martinete” and “Perdidos en la Leyenda” (lost in the legend) complete the routine.El Gitano BajanóWatch the “El Gitano Bajanó” show, held nightly at 20:15. The full program features dances such as “La Alegría del Gitano” (gypsy happiness), “Concierto de Aranjuez,” “Tarantos de Amaya,” “Mantón al Viento (shawl in the wind) and "Los Zancalíes."Pasión FlamencaThe “Pasión Flamenca” is a late night show, starting at 22:30 and featuring a “Bailando por Tangos,” “La Seguidilla del Gitano,” “Sol y Sombra con Carmen (sun and shadow with Carmen), “Soleá o Tarantos,” and “El Callejón de la inquisición (Inquisition Street).