As you wander the enchanting streets of Seville, you’ll be immersed in the pulsating heart of flamenco, where vibrant colors, rhythmic sounds, and a deeply rooted culture converge. Embrace the freedom of exploring at your own pace, armed with your smartphone and headphones, as you embark on a captivating journey through the Triana district, delving into the origins and rich history of flamenco, and further exploring the Santa Cruz neighborhood. Along the way, be captivated by insightful storytelling, guiding you through each fascinating point of interest. Feel free to customize your experience, either opting to enter the Flamenco Museum and indulge in the mesmerizing Flamenco shows (at your expense) or admiring the landmarks from the outside, all while savoring the authentic essence of this timeless art form.
Mind that entrance to the suggested places is highly recommended to enjoy our itinerary to the fullest, but it is not mandatory!
Within the Flamenco Museum it is also possible to attend a Flamenco show performance, but it is recommended to book that in advance. Visitors can attend Flamenco shows in the other traditional tablaos spread all over the city (especially in the Santa Cruz district). Most of the places are open to the public from 7 PM onwards.
Last but not least, comfortable clothes and enough water and food are recommended (don’t forget sunscreen for the summer months!).