I know nothing a about flamenco and can therefore not judge if what we saw was to be considered as good flamenco, but me and my wife really enjoyed the show and had a great evening. We had booked the show and tapas. For this you get a plate of cured meats, a small gazpacho, tomatoed bread, potatoes and tuna salad some slices of manchego cheese, battered squid and some cheese croquettes. All that with one bottle of red wine to share and a large bottle of water. This is all followed by coffee and a creme catalan. All that plus the show for 48 eur a head is extremely good value for money. Just one word of caution:The show location is situated in the poble espanol which you can access for free one hour or so before the show. If like us you go in the winter be warned the place is dead. We found 3 shops open and one place to sit down to have a drink, so don't bother arriving early thinking you will enjoy the poble as there is absolutely nothing to do there.
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