Siviglia (in spagnolo Sevilla) è una città della Spagna di origine ibero-punica. Situata nella parte sud-occidentale della penisola iberica, nell'Andalusia di cui è capoluogo, la città sorge sulle rive del fiume Guadalquivir. Con 688 711 abitanti è la quarta città della Spagna per popolazione. La sua area metropolitana conta 1 508 605 abitanti.
|Lunedi||10:00 AM – 7:00 PM|
|Martedì||10:00 AM – 7:00 PM|
|Mercoledì||10:00 AM – 7:00 PM|
|Giovedi||10:00 AM – 7:00 PM|
|Venerdì||10:00 AM – 7:00 PM|
|Sabato||10:00 AM – 7:00 PM|
|Domenica||10:00 AM – 7:00 PM|
Uthra Sarathy | mar 29, 2018
My first experience of a live flamenco performance and I loved it. We arrived an hour early and were let in 45 mins in advance. So we got the first row. It was the greatest visual treat of passionate dancers, so full of energy and kept the stage alive and kicking. We were not allowed to take pictures and for me that's disappointing.
Mustafa Atakay | feb 18, 2018
The museum itself has a lot of valuable information. If you are interested in the moves, styles etc., allow yourself at least an hour for the museum. The show was great. Very pleasant dancers, 10 for attitude and effort, 6-7 for proficiency I would say. It is not the same dancers every day. Definitely worth it. As of this time the show is €20 and the museum is €10, with a combined ticket of €24 for both. 40 mins before the show there was nobody, but then 30 before the show the first rows were almost full. No pics allowed during the show.
Brendan Stewart | nov 23, 2017
Interesting interactive and multilingual explanation of the history and techniques of flamenco. They cover general background of the different styles and then hone in all the way to specific biographies of influential dancers. Video of dancing is generously intermixed with physical displays of shoes, dress, concert posters and photographs of historical dancers, including a gallery full of art inspired by flamenco. The effect is satisfyingly colorful and entertaining, as well as informative. And by all means, stay for their evening shows, especially the small venue downstairs and in the wine cellar, when they offer "special" small performances for just twenty or thirty people. The performers are all excellent and professional.
Pakorn Tham | dic 27, 2017
Love the show! We were stunt with the performance. Dancers, singers and guitarist were superb. Definitely recommend anyone visiting Seville. There is also a small museum which you pay few euros more to walk around before the show starts. It's a good idea to buy a ticket a day in advance if you need a particular show time. Again, this is a must-do and you won't be disappointed.
Jenny Pool Radway | feb 9, 2018
It is a little pricey but VERY informative and interesting. Everyone in the family (from 5 to 75) liked something about it. They also have performances here which we didn't get to see but have heard great things, just buy tickets early because they were all sold out.
Martin Pollard | apr 25, 2018
We visited the museum first when buying our tickets in the morning, it was only a couple of Euros extra and it was well worth it. The museum helps to give you an understanding about the history, culture and emotions involved in Flamenco and I learned so much about what I thought was just a dance for tourists. It made the performance at night extra special and emotional. Fantastic show in an intimate environment, just a couple of metres away from the dancers. I found it a really emotional experience and far better than I ever imagined. Don’t miss this! Great Flamenco dancers, singers and guitarist.
Eva Kopalova | apr 26, 2018
Awesome! Make sure to come soon and get yourself a good spot.. The first row is the best option,though you might get sprinkled with the dancers' sweat. Mind no pics allowed.
Sylvia West | giu 17, 2018
We booked flamenco + museum tickets and they were worth every cent. The museum explains the origins and different styles of flamenco. Definitely worth visiting. The evening flamenco show is simply breathtaking. The music and dance are charged with emotion and passion. The dancers are captivating. Small auditorium made it feel very intimate. One hour wasn't enough. Loved it!
Sofia | mag 15, 2018
Really nice introduction to the different styles of flamenco. The music and the vocals were also incredible and live. The larger audience show is very nice and very visible for everyone. I recommend getting there 30 minutes early to get a good spot near the stage.
William Purvis | giu 26, 2018
I am a true fan of flamenco and I can say without a doubt that this is as good as it gets. Top notch performance in an intimate setting. Not the typical tourist trap, this is the real thing.
davidn1953 | mag 29, 2018
This is a performance space with 2 shows in the evenings about 1 hour long each one. Quality of the performers is excellent. (5 stars)During the day you can visit the museum over 3 floors. Personally we found museum overpriced at 10euro each. Most of displays are only in Spanish.(3 stars)
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