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Voices filled with anguish and pain in cante jondo (song), rhythms of happiness and joy in sevillanas and rumbas (dance). Flamenco is all that and so much more, always passionate and intense. These qualities offer the genre an expressiveness that moves all spectators, regardless of where they're from or whether they understand the language. Flamenco makes feelings flow. Who hasn't felt moved by a dancer tapping her feet to the rhythm of a guitar or by a flamenco singer's passionate cry?

Madrid is the capital of flamenco. This statement may sound a tad categorical, but this city is the place to be for anyone looking to succeed in the genre. Any day of the week, the city offers a wide range of shows, from grand performances in the city's theatres to small song and dance recitals in tablaos or halls. Madrid is the hub of the flamenco record industry and the starting point for artists who tour the world, dazzling audiences.

With the rise of cafés chantants during the 19th century, flamenco enjoyed its finest hour in the capital. These days, tablaos (flamenco bars) carry on the tradition, offering a chance to see flamenco at its purest every evening while enjoying a fine meal or a drink.


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One of the oldest tablaos in Madrid, it has welcomed some of the world's most renowned flamenco artists.

Located in the establishment that was home to the popular Café de Chinitas for years, this new flamenco house will bring the best flamenco and Spanish gastronomy to the centre of Madrid.

New flamenco venue and restaurant located right by the Puerta de Alcalá and very close to El Retiro Park.

The first flamenco theatre in the world is based at the Teatro Alfil, in Malasaña.

The legendary Villa Rosa tablao is one of the oldest flamenco venues in the world, located in the heart of the Barrio de las Letras. Having been closed for two years, it is now changing its name and re-opening under the direction of flamenco dancer Antonio Canales.

This historic flamenco house, located a stone's throw from Puerta del Sol, opens 365 days a year.  

Signature cuisine and the best Flamenco go hand-in-hand in this centrally located Flamenco tablao, one of the most well-known in the capital.

Flamenco house to enjoy all flamenco styles and the best Spanish cuisine, in Plaza de España.

A meeting place for fans of flamenco music in the area of Madrid Río.

Flamenco tablao where you can enjoy a show full of passion and intensity, very close to Príncipe Pío station.

Flamenco and dance school that offers flamenco shows every Saturday, very close to Paseo del Prado.

Enjoy flamenco in its purest state at this small venue in the heart of Madrid.  

A unique flamenco show combined with a tour of the country’s best regional food.

A grill house where you can enjoy Spanish gastronomy spiced up with the finest flamenco artistry, very close to Mendez Alvaro.

Close to Puerta del Sol, this ‘tablao’ offers the best flamenco accompanied by outstanding local cuisine.

Flamenco house and rociera hall to enjoy live pure flamenco shows, accompanied by typical Spanish dishes. 



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The city’s new official sightseeing and tourist travel pass.

An observation deck at 92 metres.

Our online store (in Spanish) sells artisan souvenirs.