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La Alborea

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Vojislav K wrote a review Feb. 2021
Sant Cugat del Valles, Spain19 contributions
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Thank you so much, Alborea Flamenco! Million thanks to Juande, who did everything (and more) that he could to help us organize and make unforgettable our daughter’s 18th birthday celebration! The best you can find service, attention and authenticity! Thanks again to the team of flamenco artists and the artistic director! Even though we had to respect all the COVID measures, they all made this incredible experience possible. They even arranged all conditions that we can transmit the celebration via Zoom to all our friends and family who could not be there with us. I will never stop recommending you all and your venue, and will be eternally grateful for making my daughter and family so happy! Hope to see you soon again!
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Date of experience: January 2021
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amer s wrote a review Jul. 2020
Manchester, United Kingdom17 contributions
We thoroughly enjoyed the flamenco and guitar at la alborea. our 8 year old loved it so much, she wanted to go back again!! There are some guidebooks that advise against the 'commercial' flamenco performances in granada, and describe them as lacking in passion and authenticity. We didnt find any lack of passion and intensity. We loved the virtuoso guitar playing - this was worth the entrance fee alone. the two dancers were very expressive and energetic and put on a really entertaining flamenco performance. I would recommend it without hesitation to anyone who visits granada. the venue is quite small, and this intimacy adds to the passionate performance. we left with a feeling of exhiliaration!
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Date of experience: July 2020
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Kerrie S wrote a review Mar. 2020
Swindon, United Kingdom43 contributions34 helpful votes
Booked here through Feel the City walking tours. This was a live show with singing, dancing and guitar playing. Quite a small intimate venue and the flamenco was fabulous to watch.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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SK1 wrote a review Feb. 2020
London, United Kingdom23 contributions1 helpful vote
Visited La Alborea on my night at Granada and was hugely entertained. You could feel the passion in such an intimate space. With a free drink with a fairly priced ticket you are in for a great evening show.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Axel T wrote a review Feb. 2020
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Flamenco was originally invented by road construction workers, who used the intensive tapping to harden the surface of newly laid roads. At the end of the 19th century, the workers union in Grenada complained that the loud tapping impaired workers hearing and subsequently flamenco was replaced by steamrollers. Today, flamenco is exclusively practiced (by law) indoors, only impairing the hearing of tourists.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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