We are the most specialized flamenco guides you can get! We all have a university degree which is history related. We both have gypsy families and we have been on stage in Sevilla for 20 years. So we know both the ins and outs of the theory and the deep rooted practical side of flamenco and its racial background. In our community, our arts always go hand in hand with a nice glass or bite.
Dinner - You have included in the coffee, tea or soda when you arrive, 3 tapas and three drinks (beer wine or soda) in the tapascrawl, ticket to the flamenco show and (in case more then 10 minute walk) taxis
What to Expect
We meet for coffee while we tell you about the history off flamenco. Then we do a 45 minute class. We walk or take a taxi to the show (in case it is more then 10 minutes walking). We visit three very local tapas bars and order delicious bits and bites for you, which are specialties of the bar or region. Off course we will allergies and diets into consideration. After our tapas crawl, we will take you to one of the smallest shows in the city, which is difficult to find by yourself. The stage is just a bit bigger than a square meter and you will feel part of the family there. Off course the quality of the artists is high, since seville is the capital of flamenco, so that couldn't be any other way. There is always the basic flamenco line-up, one singer one guitarrist and one dancer, but sometome we will surprise you with more! We will make an effort that the host and flamencoteacher of the evening will also be your dancer on stage.
• Cazón en adobo - Dogfish in a marinade • Solomillo al whisky - Sitloin is whisky sauce • Espinacas con garbanzos - Dish from the city. Spinach and chickpeas • Setas al pedro ximenez - Mushrooms un sweet wine