We paid for bus transportaation to and from the site, drinks, and the show. We actually were met at the pick-up point by another single who went with us by taxi. There was no bus for the 3 of us- just for big groups. The show was OK- a bit amateurish-they were planning their routines as they went along- but it was Flamenco. The "drink" was soda or pretty basic wine, and you were lucky to get served by the 1 waiter for 100 people before the show began.
The real problem came after- there was no bus and no provision for our return. We were in an area with no taxis. Another tour group had to wait 3/4 hour for one of the busses to do shuttle duty to the centre of the city and then to return. We were lucky to get on with them. We arrived back at our hotel 1 hour later than we should have.
Don't go here- you could be stranded in the middle of a very dark, empty quarter of Granada- and the owners don't care. I spoke to the shop owner who had sold us our tickets- nothing she could or would do.
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