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Flamenco Night at Tablao Cordobes

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  • Spectacular flamenco show at one of Barcelona’s most renowned venues
  • Experience the thrill of live flamenco music and dance
  • Close to Barcelona hotels: central location on Las Ramblas
Flamenco Night at Tablao Cordobes
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7:30pm Flamenco Show & DinnerMost Popular
Flamenco show with 1 drink and buffet dinner at 7:30pm. Show starts at 7:30pm and concludes at 9:30pm.
7:15pm Flamenco Show and Drink
Flamenco show only with 1 drink starting at 7:15pm. Show concludes at 8:15pm.
6:00pm Flamenco Show & Dinner
Flamenco show with 1 drink and buffet dinner at 6:00pm. Show starts at 6:00pm and concludes at 8pm.
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Watching a flamenco show is a quintessential Barcelona experience and the Tablao Cordobes is one of the city’s most popular venues, located right on the central Las Ramblas boulevard. Enjoy the dazzling performance by professional flamenco dancers and live musicians, or upgrade to include a delicious paella dinner or drinks.
What to Expect
Make your own way to the legendary Tablao Cordobes, one of Barcelona’s most popular flamenco venues, located on the central Las Ramblas boulevard.

If you opted for the dinner show, arrive early to enjoy a delicious buffet dinner, including a vast array of hot and cold dishes. Tuck into traditional paella and sip sangria, or fill up on tasty salads.

As the show begins, settle into your seats and prepare to be entertained as the musicians and dancers in dazzling costumes take to the stage. The thrilling show of traditional Spanish music and dance is sure to impress.
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1 - 5 of 22 reviews

Reviewed 1 week ago
Terrific Experience

This experience far exceeded expectations. My wife and I had seen a flamenco show in Seville four years ago and only booked this because our travel mates had never seen live flamenco. The evening started with dinner and it was great and included all the...More

1  Thank robertgawrelski
Reviewed 2 weeks ago
below expectations

we booked from the hotel and promised good seats with good view we choose tickets without dinner and supposed to be a drink. On arrival we have to wait in the street for long time waiting the previous show to go out. when we entered...More

5  Thank ahmed y
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile
Very Pleasant!

I had a seat behind two bald guys, nice view.. The dancer was always highlighted. The performers had great pride in what they do, you can see it in their eyes. They surely put their soul into it. They made good use of the small...More

Thank Tamim A
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile
Great experience

The food was good. I believe you get preferred seating for the show if you choose the dinner option. The show was entertaining and authentic. I highly recommend this location.

Thank Lakiesha T
Reviewed 4 weeks ago
Could have been so much more...

We went for the late dinner and show and for 160 euros for two, I'm not sure it was worth the money. Buffet food was OK, however there was a Jamon on display but not available??? Well dressed, professional waiters serving drinks and clearing plates....More

1  Thank Tracey Y
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30 April 2018|
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Response from Reece J | Reviewed this property |
Yes it is.
21 April 2018|
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Response from maloukrowicki | Reviewed this property |
Not until they tell you it’s okay - there are like 10 minutes in the end of the show where you get permission to take fotographs. We booked it with the dinner and we where let in first. I think we just got lucky to be... More
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13 April 2018|
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Response from GeorgiaH | Reviewed this property |
It is appropriate for the age group but they may be bored. The only thing they ask after the show begins that you refrain from photography. Going to the bath room is ok, but the seats are kind of close together, so I would... More