The Best Spots to Watch Flamenco in Valencia

Spanish Flamenco dancing. Photo: Flickr/Edmund Nigel Gall
Spanish Flamenco dancing. Photo: Flickr/Edmund Nigel Gall

Flamenco has its roots in Andalucia, and though it’s very much an import to Valencia, it’s still popular here. You’ll hear flamenco everywhere, and if you’re lucky you might come across a spontaneous flamenco jam on the beachfront. If you want to watch an organised flamenco show, there are some very good venues in the city. As long as you don’t expect it to be the most authentic flamenco experience, you can still lose yourself in these stirring, often emotional performances.

La Bulería

This is a newer flamenco bar in the city centre. La Buleria targets a wider audience, while still making the authenticity of their flamenco performances a priority. It has a more formal setup than many others and you’ll need to book in advance. The very comfortable experience here includes a Spanish dinner menu followed by the live flamenco dance performance. You can check out the menus and performance details on their website.

Carrer del Bisbe Jaume Pérez, 24, 46006 València

Flamenco performance at La Buleria, Valencia. Photo courtesy of La Buleria

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