Flamenco is a quintessential aspect of Spanish culture, so don’t miss out on it when you’re in Spain’s capital. Twice a night, Monday through Saturday, musicians and dancers gather in this little room to put on an unforgettable show. A whirlwind of skirts, a flurry of stomping heels, and the rapidly picked guitar mingle into a beautiful chaos. Dinner is an option for showgoers—arrive an hour before the performance to partake in a meal of traditional Spanish cuisine. If you opt out of dining and just want drinks, your view won't be as good but it'll be much cheaper.
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