Flamenco show and Dinner - Tablao Cordobes

Flamenco show and Dinner - Tablao Cordobes

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Embark on a culinary and artistic jaunt in Barcelona’s Tablao Cordobes, one of the city’s most renowned Flamenco-stages right next to the Ramblas.

Immerse yourself in Spanish culture and enjoy an evening that combines a show of sophisticated Flamenco and a journey through the gastronomic world of the Iberian Peninsula.

Fast Facts

The flamenco show, lasting 65 minutes, is renewed from time to time, with the guaranteed presence of performers from Spain's leading flamenco troupes.

The dinner includes a complete self service menu, featuring spanish and catalan homemade specialities, with drinks included (soft drinks, beers, red wine, white wine, rosé wine, juices, coffee, tea and water).

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  • Experience authentic Flamenco in the long-established Tablao Cordobes.
  • Go on a culinary expedition of specialties from Spain and Catalonia.
  • Enjoy an evening in the Arabic-Andalusian atmosphere of the venue.

What to expect

Since its founding in 1970, Tablao Cordobes has always attracted great Flamenco-artists and offers a captivating programme, which satisfies even the most demanding audience. The long-established stage presents regularly new artists and offers its guests authentic Flamenco, which evolves from always changing improvisations and the artists’ moods. This way, every performance turns into a unique experience that will draw you in and lets you feel Spanish passion through its Flamenco music and dance.

Combine this journey into the country’s cultural heritage with a trip through culinary Spain and enjoy a dinner that is bound to satisfy all tastes. The menu awaits you with more than 44 Spanish and Catalan specialties from Andalusian Gazpacho and Basque Pintxos (skewers), through calamari from Cadiz and the typical Catalan Butifarra (sausage) to Pulpo a Feira (octopus) from Galicia. Try from a wide variety of delicious Paellas the Mediterranean is so famous for and make sure to leave some room for one of the tempting deserts.

What’s included?

  • Tapas-menu of Spanish specialties
  • hot, cold and alcoholic drinks
  • Flamenco Show

Additional Information

  • Dinner & Show:
    • March 15 to October 31    
      • 6pm (dinner) + 7.15pm (Flamenco Show)
      • 7.30pm (dinner) + 9pm (Flamenco Show)
      • 9.15pm (dinner) + 10.30pm (Flamenco Show)
    • November 1 to March 14    
      • 6.45pm (dinner) + 8.15pm (Flamenco Show)
      • 8.30pm (dinner) + 10pm (Flamenco Show)
  • The Flamenco Show takes about 1 hour and 20 minutes

How to get there

  • Address: La Rambla 35
  • By bus lines 59, N9, N12, N15 and V13 to stop ‘La Rambla/Plaça del Teatre’
  • By metro line L3 to station ‘Liceu’ or ‘Drassanes’