Granada Flamenco Show in Jardines de Zoraya

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Come to Jardines de Zoraya, a cosy Andalusian restaurant famous for its flamenco shows. The venue is located in the well-known Albaicín neighbourhood, in the heart of Granada. For about 1 hour, you will have the opportunity to enjoy this traditional Spanish musical genre from Andalusia.

You can have a drink while enjoying the music and dance of this genre, characterised by its colourful costumes, dance steps, guitar accompaniment and hand clapping. An authentic sample of Spanish culture reflected through dance. An ideal activity for music and culture lovers .

  • Come to the Zoraya Gardens, in the heart of Granada.
  • Have a drink in the restaurant, while you relax to the rhythm of flamenco music.
  • Enjoy the dance and the spectacle of this unique Spanish musical genre.

What’s included

  • Tickets to the flamenco show in the Zoraya Gardens
  • The activity does not include food and drink

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In this activity, you will have the opportunity to enjoy an authentic flamenco show in one of the most emblematic neighbourhoods of Granada, the Albaicín. For about 1 hour, you can sit in the Zoraya Gardens and enjoy a drink while clapping along to the lively dance.

The restaurant is an ideal place not only to watch the flamenco shows, but also to enjoy a dinner of authentic Mediterranean and Andalusian food. The restaurant has a picturesque inner courtyard, full of fruit trees and a beautiful Nasrid fountain that give the place an elegant, peaceful and cosy atmosphere.

Flamenco is a traditional Spanish musical genre from Andalusia, especially from the areas of Cadiz, Granada, Jerez de la Frontera and Seville. It contains influences from the many peoples that have inhabited Andalusia over the centuries, such as Muslims, Castilians, Sephardic Jews and Gypsies.

In 2010, UNESCO declared flamenco as Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity, recognising the cultural value of this artistic genre.

As well as enjoying the flamenco show, you can wander on your own through the streets of the Albaicín, the neighbourhood where the Zoraya Gardens are located. It is Granada's most famous neighbourhood, known for its narrow streets, its historical sights and the beautiful views of the city it offers .

From the viewpoint of San Nicolás, located at the top of the neighbourhood, you can enjoy the beautiful views of the Alhambra, next to which rise the peaks of the Sierra Nevada .

Reviews

4.2
· 10221 Reviews
  • F
    Franca
    5
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    The guitarist and singer were amazing and the three dancers were incredible. Our first flamenco show and I think it would be hard to beat.
  • G
    Glenda
    4
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    Very good show. Very friendly and welcoming staff. Warm and cozy premises
  • R
    River
    4
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    We did not dine there, and the sangria was not the best we have ever tasted, but the quality of the show was certainly worth it.
  • S
    Sawyer
    5
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    It was my first time seeing a flamenco show, and I was not disappointed!
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