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Zambra Gypsy - Flamenco Show

Granada, Spain
+34 958 22 45 25
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too rushed, too touristy

First flamenco show in Granada that we saw. I love flamenco (go see CasaLa Teatro if you are in... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Canadian D
Ottawa, Canada
Wasting time and money

The dancers were very amateurish and frivolous. There was no ventilation or circulation of air so... read more

Reviewed 17 December 2017
Istanbul, Turkey
via mobile
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1 week ago
“too rushed, too touristy”
16 Dec 2017
“Wasting time and money”
Granada, Spain
+34 958 22 45 25
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Reviewed 1 week ago

First flamenco show in Granada that we saw. I love flamenco (go see CasaLa Teatro if you are in Sevilla - way better). The show is geared towards mass tourism. Everything is rushed. The dancers were dancing and disappearing to give another show in an...More

Thank Canadian D
Reviewed 17 December 2017 via mobile

The dancers were very amateurish and frivolous. There was no ventilation or circulation of air so level of oxygen in cave was dicreasing by time. You can go to flamenko show belive me this wasting time.

Thank ahmetziya
Reviewed 15 October 2017

This flamenco show provides an incredibly powerful experience. We saw amazing dancing accompanied by passionate, heart wrenching singing. Utterly absorbing. We knew next to nothing about flamenco but this in no way detracted from our enjoyment. The show deserves to be appraised in itself, and...More

Thank 2Austrayans
Reviewed 27 September 2017

I booked a Flamenco show and walking tour of the ancient cobbled streets of Albacin with a knowledgeable English speaking guide to educate me about the Flamenco dance prior to the show, followed by a comprehensive guided walking tour. The mini bus was late, to...More

Thank Nicola803
Reviewed 11 May 2016 via mobile

The flamenco is in a cave 15 minutes walk from Granada. It's good fun but not the best flamenco. They provide a sangria, orange or water. Try to sit at the side or front. We were at the back and couldn't see the dancers feet.

Thank Johncobham
Reviewed 3 April 2016 via mobile

This was not at all what I had expected. I have never been to, or seen flamenco before. Wow. What an experience. Such an intimate location and atmosphere there were no more than forty of us sat in a beautifully decorated cave. Three generations of...More

Thank MWennidowd
Reviewed 10 January 2016

The staff at the hotel highly recommended this show, and they will pick you near hotel and return. Well they were late 45 minutes and a totally forgot us and suggest to hotel we take taxi and they will pay driver. The hotel sold this...More

1  Thank ExpatinBogota
Reviewed 16 November 2015

We saw this show in cave bar in Sacramonte. This show is amazing and you are close to the performers. You can feel the tapping of their feet and see the the emotion they try to convey through their dancing. Very intimate show and I...More

Thank EduardoO350
Reviewed 2 November 2015

We have seen another flamenco show in Spain years ago, but this one was a bit different and a bit touristic. 2 groups performed simultainously in 2 "caves". One group had a male flamenco tap-dancer. He was excellent. We had booked via our hotel. Costing...More

Thank T3T
Reviewed 24 October 2015 via mobile

Loved it. Although it's clearly a tourist thing to do the dance and the story was so good. The dancers and the bed were just great. You can't miss this if you're in the area. And it's in a cave so it's unique

Thank stephiepepsi
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