Flamenco is a huge part of the culture all across southern Spain, and Seville is no exception. While some places can be overrun by tourists (and the prices will reflect that), there are a number of cool authentic locales specializing in hot music, cool drinks, and great food. It’s a great way to get your blood pumping before the night really gets started.
Casa de la Memoria
This place has a reputation for some of the best, most authentic flamenco in all of Seville. It must be noted, however, that alcohol is off the menu at this joint – but think of it this way: At least you’ll actually remember the show.
As the name implies, this was once a coal store. Now it’s a cool rustic bar with flamenco and jazz fusion shows every night. It’s free to get in, so just bring some friends and enough cash for a few drinks.
This place gets seriously crowded, even during the week. In a classic location with authentic shows, it’s no wonder why.
A definite local favourite surrounded by bars in a lively area. This is a cool spot for more of an improvised, neighbourhood flamenco show. It’s unpretentious, welcoming, and always fun.