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Barcelona Evening Flamenco Show and Gourmet Dinner with Premium Small Group

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  • Dinner included
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Barcelona Evening Flamenco Show and Gourmet Dinner with Premium Small Group
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Make the most of an evening in Barcelona with this 3.3-hour walking tour, flamenco show, and ‘pintxos’ (skewered tapas) dinner.  Stroll around the trendy El Born district and enjoy the baroque surroundings of the 17th-century Dalmases Palace as you watch a flamenco show. Finally, savor a gourmet dinner at one of the city’s best 'pintxos' restaurants. Your tour includes a drink at both the flamenco show and dinner, plus entrance fees.
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Just minutes away from the noise of Las Ramblas and the crowded coastline of Barceloneta, an expert local guide will take you through the trendiest district in Barcelona, El Born, where you will be able to admire the greatness of Santa Maria del Mar (icon of Catalan gothic architecture), and will learn about Catalonia’s recent past at Centre Cultural del Born, home also to the best conserved Roman archaeological site in the city.
After visiting the Born District, you will enjoy an intimate flamenco show surrounded by the Baroque atmosphere of Dalmases Palace, a hidden treasure from the 17th Century and once the meeting place of an aristocratic society of scholars.
A Gourmet Pintxos and Tapas Buffet Dinner with a drink and dessert included will be the perfect closing for the perfect evening at one of the best pintxos restaurants in Barcelona. Pintxos (which means "toothpicks" or "small skewers", depending on who you ask) are a Basque culinary tradition that has extended to Barcelona and is the art of making delicatessen small bites which can become the sole component of a wonderful dinner.
Reviews (22)
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Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile
Born, Flamenco and Tapas dinner

Maria was very knowledgeable and answered all questions we had. She shared her excitement about Barcelona with us which made the experience more personal. Highly recommend this to anyone visiting the city. Do this before anything else so you know spots that tourists don't usually...More

Date of experience: April 2019
Thank Bala N
Reviewed March 18, 2019
Highly recommend this tour

Julia was our guide and showed us some of the hidden gems in El Born that we would not have found without her. She was friendly and informative and showed us things that we would probably have walked right by. The Flamenco was fantastic, the...More

Date of experience: March 2019
Thank JuJuOnTourAgain
Reviewed March 17, 2019 via mobile

Found them in trip advisor and they were the best to take you around Barcelona. Awesome show and enjoyed the local tapas and a bit of walking tour. The tour guide is a localite and was a catalan and she was awesome in explaining the...More

Thank JaniJermans
Reviewed February 25, 2019
Arianna was great!!

Our tour guide Arianna was very informative! The dancing was very passionate! The tapes were delicious!

Date of experience: February 2019
Thank Ryan H
Reviewed November 18, 2018
Great experience and tremendous dancing and singing

An experience not to be missed in Barcelona. The dancing was extremely energetic and flamboyant. The male dancer certainly had some moves on him.

Date of experience: November 2018
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November 10, 2018|
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Response from rr46nyc | Reviewed this property |
At the time of the tour, Euskal Etxea was the restaurant that we went to after the show. Steps away from Palau Dalmases. Excellent tapas and wine.
August 6, 2018|
Response from Lucie G | Reviewed this property |
Most tapas we encountered included meat (though there were a few dairy-based options: cheeses and Spanish omelets). Everything was a la carte/buffet style so you could stick to only vegetarian foods but it will be limited... More