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Flamenco Evening Show at Tablao de Carmen with Dinner or Drink

  • Flamenco show at Tablao El Carmen in Barcelona’s Spanish Village
  • Experience the thrilling atmosphere of one of Barcelona’s most prestigious tablaos
  • Be swept away by pure Andalucian flamenco dancing, guitars and songs
Flamenco Evening Show at Tablao de Carmen with Dinner or Drink
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Book your flamenco show starting at 6pm including tapas.
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Book your flamenco show starting at 6:30pm including a drink.
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Book your flamenco show starting at 8:30pm including tapas.
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Be swept up in the passion of Andalucian flamenco at Barcelona’s Tablao de Carmen, one of the city’s best-known ‘tablaos’ or flamenco bars. Make your own way to the tablao in the Spanish Village and enjoy an electrifying flamenco show of flamboyant dancing, singing, hand clapping and rousing guitar music. Choose from two show times and opt to enjoy a drink, tapas or 3-course dinner before the performance. Your experience includes admission to the Spanish Village, a recreation of a traditional Spanish town filled with craft shops, cafés and museums.
What to Expect
Choose your desired show time and drinks and food option when you book. Then, make your way to the Tablao de Carmen in the Spanish Village (Poble Espanyol) beneath Montjuïc Hill in Barcelona.
Your ticket includes admission to the village from 4pm on the day of your show. If you wish, take time to stroll around the pretty streets and squares to admire the replica buildings and visit the craft workshops, cafes and gardens.
When the show time approaches, head inside the tablao, one of Barcelona’s most acclaimed flamenco venues.
Take a seat in the show room and enjoy a complimentary glass of sangria, wine, beer or soda; or tapas with a drink, depending on your chosen option. Alternatively, if you’ve selected the show and dinner package, savor your meal with an included drink. See the Itinerary for sample menus.
Applaud as the bailors (flamenco dancers), singers and guitarists arrive on stage, and enjoy the exhilarating 1-hour show. Watch transfixed as the dancers stamp and clap in a whirl of color, and immerse yourself in the fiery music and singing.
Clap as the show reaches a crescendo and cheer the performers. Your experience ends when you leave the tablao.
Sample Menus:


  • Large olives, cured cheese with olive oil and Andalusian bread snacks, Andalusian salad, roasted potatoes in spicy “brava”sauce, Southern-style marinated chicken skewers, oxtail stew croquettes, deep fried potato ball with minced meat filling.

  • Catalan crème brulee

3-Course Dinner:
Tapas to share:
  • Large olives, Iberian ham, cured cheese with rosemary d.o manchego, shellfish salad, marinated chicken skewers, rustic bread, oil and salt.
Main course (choice of one):
  • Roast beef with french potato puree
  • Andalusian style hake
  • Chocolate mousse
Water, glass of wine or sangria and coffee

VIP Menu: table next to the stage

Tapas and mains:
  • Large olives stuffed with orange
  • Goats cheese "payoyo" from " Sierra de Grazalema" Cadiz
  • Foie with violet coulis
  • Oxtail stew"timbale" with vegetable chips
  • Iberian ham from Salamanca D.O Guijuelo
  • Spanish -style sauteed veal tenderloin cubes with garlic
  • Grilled red prawns from Palamos
  • Dices fish, marinated southern style with tarragon mustard
  • Creamy chocolate pudding with salt crystals and olive oil caviar
  • Water, Permium reserve wine, Cava Brut, coffee or tea
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Reviews (160)
1 - 5 of 6 reviews
Reviewed 28 August 2018
Interesting moment.

We (me and my husband) had a ticket with show and drink and we love it. The place is rustic, nothing fancy but cosy and cute. The drink was 1 bottle of wine for 2 and water. Also they have a menu with snacks to...More

3  Thank Alida02
Reviewed 22 July 2018

Excellent show! The venue was tucked inside a small Spanish village. Very intimate setting. Dancers danced with powerful emotion!

1  Thank rnginger
Reviewed 9 July 2018
performance was brilliant

The performance was first class . We just arrived just before the performance. We just had the drink and performance deal.

1  Thank michaela s
Reviewed 10 April 2018
The little magical cove!

This is one place we would surely visit if we had a chance to come to Barcelona again. We regret not giving ourselves some more time here. Its such a serene village hidden in the crowded city. We are transported to another era where motor...More

2  Thank Sneha M
Reviewed 5 March 2018
High qulity flamenco with dinner

If you would like to enjoy a flamanco by reasonable price, I recomend to visit Spain village. You can enojoy it atter enjoying a Spanish culture. The food is a typical Spanish food. If you are interested in it, you can order only drink or...More

3  Thank Noboru H
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