This tour is an opportunity to discover the history of flamenco and its roots. The mixture of diverse cultures in Andalusia was the perfect breeding ground for the development of this art that is considered Intangible World Heritage.
We will start in the neighbourhood of Triana, specifically in the Plaza del Altozano with a walk through one of its most emblematic streets, the famous Betis street, which bears the name of the river in Roman times. We will discover the history of this pottery district outside the walls of the city, which was a suburb and the germ of flamenco art. After an introduction of the origin and development of cante (singing), baile (dancing), and toque (guitar) we will go to a very special place to enjoy the show. It is an intimate show with a great authenticity. After an hour and a wonderful “Fin de Fiesta,” we will start a tapas tour in the same neighbourhood. This will be a great opportunity to share our feelings after the show as well as to continue getting to know this Sevillian neighbourhood of great legends and deep-rooted traditions. We will visit around three gastronomic spaces in which our palates will be beneficiaries of the rich culture that welcomes us.
This tour includes a historical tour through the neighbourhood of Triana with an official guide, entrance to the Flamenco Show and a complete dinner-tapas tour with stops in some establishments we specially chose for you (drinks and tapas are also included).
|DURATION||The tour is 4 hours|
|HOW MANY PEOPLE||Minimum 2 / Maximum 15 Persons|