No trip to southern Spain would be complete without a healthy dose of Flamenco exposure, and Cordoba is a great place to enjoy quality, affordable performances any time of the year. The most popular venue is undoubtedly El Cardenal, which is well-established and boasts award-winning dancers. The historical 16th century Mudejar building has beautiful courtyards with a cloister and lights makes for a cozy and historic atmosphere. Despite the fame, it does manage to evade the dreaded "touristy feel," but for a less formulaic show we recommend heading to La Pataíta de Antonio. There's a bit more spontaneity involved here, and it's located in a restaurant so that you can enjoy dinner and a show.
Garum 2.1 is a tapas bar featuring combinations of traditional Cordoba cuisine and vanguard tapas... Read more