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Tabanco

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Skip the Line: Alhambra and Generalife Gardens Half-Day Tour

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Save valuable vacation time with skip-the-line entry to the Alhambra and Generalife Gardens in Granada. One of Spain’s must-see attractions, this popular site often has very large crowds. Breeze past the entry lines and tour the sprawling complex in just half a day, and hear commentary about the history of this grand fortress and royal palace.
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bensontheboxer wrote a review Mar 2020
poole UK98 contributions21 helpful votes
This tiny place in Albaicin would be easy to miss if you didn't know it was there. It's basically someone's house with a tiny reception area at the front and a seating area for about twelve people in the back room where the music is performed. On the night we went there was a guitarist and cantor who were, quite simply, mesmerizing. Their musicianship and obvious love of real flamenco came through in every piece played and the intimacy of the venue added to the memorable experience. Truly unforgettable - thank you Jacob, Marcus and hosts.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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THE TRAVELLER wrote a review Sep 2019
Malaga, Spain9,447 contributions2,665 helpful votes
A very small and intimate venue in albaizin. Flamenco guitar and singing- no dancing. True professionals. Quite an amazing and haunting performance. Performance with passion Andalucia real talent. Currently performing on Thursday amd Friday evenings at 21.30. Seats only about 20- 25 people. The cost?- just €8. Amazing value for a performance of about hour 15.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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allblacks99 wrote a review Sep 2018
Christchurch, New Zealand91 contributions37 helpful votes
A basic little but very intimate concert venue. We saw 2 brilliant flamenco musicians (Duo Gimenez and Antonio Martin) play and sing with such skill and passion. The manager/owner is very pleasant. Drinks (and tapas) are basic but cheap. If you are seriously interested in authentic music this is a must.
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Date of experience: September 2018
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Clamshell-Worthing wrote a review Jun 2015
Worthing UK203 contributions102 helpful votes
We were a bit unsure but decided to give it a go and are so glad we did. It was an amazing flamenco (music/singing, not dancing) performance pretty much in someone's small courtyard. Audience of c 20. Space so intimate (ie small) you could touch the performers (obviously we didn't!). Very cheap drinks with tapas (wine, lemonade and plate of tapas for 3 euros). About an hour and half performance for 6 euros. It is the sort of place you only imagine exists. Fantastic evening and guess it is very different from the touristique flamenco shows advertised around Granada. The "club" seems to do jazz nights as well although they appear to be irregular, so good luck trying to catch one, but if you are lucky enough to be there when one is on do not miss it, you will regret it.
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Date of experience: May 2015
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flaneur40 wrote a review Jun 2014
New York City, New York1,722 contributions871 helpful votes
This tiny combination bar/music space, is like hanging out in someone's home or attending a house party. If you are fortunate enough to be around on one of the nights for free flamenco or jazz jam sessions, I highly encourage you to attend. When I was there the jazz jam sessions were on Tuesday nights at 8 (music started at 8:30) and consisted of top-notch international artists. Side men just kept stopping by to join in and I was perhaps the only non-local there. This is the music the locals crave, not Flamenco. It felt like a secret exclusive event, but it was open to all and cost the price of a coke (or beer or whatever is your poison). No cover charge at all. It's unassuming from the outside but at 8:30, opens up like this magical fairy land that's in your imagination. Surreal.
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Date of experience: May 2014
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