La Casa del Flamenco is located in the heart of the Barrio de Santa Cruz, the old Jewish quarter, a charming labyrinth of cobbled streets and silence, a few metres away from the Giralda.
The Tablao El Arenal in Seville is the most emblematic flamenco stage in the town. After 40 years of history, this space is still offering the purest and most authentic Flamenco Art. In fact, according to the New York Times, the Tablao El Arenal «is the best place in the world to feel the emotions of Flamenco Art».
Enjoy the Carnival in Carmona, a deep-rooted festival declared an Andalusian Event of Tourist Interest in.
After years of censorship, the festival was recovered in 1984. It is currently very popular, in particular, due to the Provincial Contest of Carnival Groups.
It is located in an 18th-century building known as the Casa del Aire. The Museum of Women in Flamenco is the only existing centre of its kind in the world, where visitors can gain insight into the living history of this acclaimed form of art.
This festival was declared an Andalusian Event of Tourist Interest. This initiative was launched by José Meneses and Francisco Moreno Galván in 1967. The festival is held in different squares and locations in the town, bringing together people from all over Spain and other countries, in particular Germany, the United States and France.
The Flamenco Biennial of Seville began in 1980 and has been getting better for 30 years bringing together the best flamenco musicians and dancers. The Flamenco Biennial lasts about 30 days and includes a multitude of venues throughout the town, from theatres to smaller establishments.