A few minutes walk or groove from the Catedral de Seville, the Museo del Baile Flamenco showcases the art, culture, and history of flamenco. Travelers rave about the rip-roaring shows that happen nightly at 7:00 (and sometimes at 8:45) inside the museum's cozy theater. See the fiery Andalusian passion of whirling dancers and stomping musicians as they put on the most engrossing show in Seville. The museum itself has three floors of high-tech exhibits, archival photos, artworks, and costume displays. Try to visit the museum before the show to get some good context.
*The combined show and museum ticket costs €24. You can visit the museum (€10) without seeing a show.
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