learn to cook spanish food and experience flamenco first hand
We meet and have a coffee first while I explain about flamenco history. Then we go to a local market for our paella groceries, and go back to my home. We put everything in the fridge and will do the flamenco class first, with live singing and guitar acompaniment. If I can organise it, they will be the artists who you will see on stage that evening. After this we will go up to my home. I live in the building where I have my studio where I show you to make paella and have lunch. We say goodbye for siesta and meet each other later in the day for the show, depending an which show we go to that might be at 2030 or 2100. I will let you know on the day. after we have a chat with a nice glass of wine and some tapas in a local venue.
Starttime at 1130. We meet at your hotel OR neer to the local market in coffebar ALGRANO, on the corner op Encarnación and Laraña street. Home for class and kitchen, making paella takes about an hour and lunch. We say goodbye for siesta and meet each other half an hour before the show, which might be at 20. 00 or 2100 Afterwards we can go for tapas so the day ends at about 2330 or so. All in all, 7 hours
Meeting Location + Tour Duration
Meeting location: At 13.30 in the afternoon at ALGRANO coffeebar, which is on the corner of Martin Villa street and Plaza de la Encarnación, just below the Metropole Parasol.
For me, it is easy to look for a grooup of nine people standing or sitting down, so I will just look for you
End location: we will say goodbye at the show venue. Since I select a different show every day, depending on the artistic quality, I can specify that only some days beforehand
Duration: 7 hours
we nomrally get around walking and sometimes by taxi.
Estimated Local Cash Needed
10 euros - in case we would like to have a coffe outside between lunch and class, an icecream or decide to get a taxi
I am not a Licensed guide and will not be able to guide you inside of the historical monuments. I do not have a drivers licence.
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Loved our day with Maria gaining more knowledge of Flamenco. This tour was very enjoyable as we felt this was an experience as a local. It was fun shopping and cooking with Maria at her apartment and a very relaxed atmosphere as we learned about the history of flamenco as we shared our paella. A flamenco dance lesson was on my list of "Must Do" while in Seville so I was very happy that we were able to do this with Maria followed by watching her dance in a show and then enjoying tapas, what a great day!