Hotel Rekord

C/ Munatner 352, Barcelona, Catalonia, 08021, Spain
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is there a good place to see flamingo dance?

by 9tigers

and is not too expensive?

Re: is there a good place to see flamingo dance?

by dino335

Look here: http://www.timeout.com/barcelona/search/?query=flamenco

And again it's FLAMENCO.

Re: is there a good place to see flamingo dance?

by 9tigers

oops :)

Re: is there a good place to see flamingo dance?

by xinoxano

Flamenco in Barcelona = tourist trap.

Flamenco is from Andalusia, in Southern Spain, and has not much to do with Barcelona or the rest of Catalonia.

It is true that in Catalonia there's more than 1 million people from Andalusia who emigrated in the 1960's and 70's but even so these people do not usually attend the "tablaos" (flamenco venues). These people usually like "sevillanas", which is different, and have a "Sevilla fair in Catalonia" in April, attended by hundreds of thousands of people at the Forum area.

I have read hundreds of times reports on forums of tourits who say something like "we had been told that in xxxx there was real flamenco. We were surprised the attendance consisted of tourists only. The quality of the music was not very good and we were overcharged with the drinks and food".

If you want to see real flamenco go to Sevilla or Granada in Andalusia, or if in Barcelona, you might be lucky if a famous (and quality) flamenco dancer or guitar player who is doing a tour is playing at a theater, such as you might catch such a show in Tokio or NY.

Re: is there a good place to see flamingo dance?

by 9tigers

yes I will hope to find someone from the hostel to go with me on one night :)

Travel Tips for Barcelona

go to Las Ramblas, a street...

by wendell1

go to Las Ramblas, a street full of shops and outdoor cafes. Also, if weather permitting - walk to the coast and check out the beach. See La Sagrad Familia - a gothic church designed by Gaudi over a century ago which has become a symbol of Barcelona. taking a sky bucket to the coast line. I have a fear of heights... but I went anyway and forced myself to overcome the fear. I kept my eyes open and event took pictures.

Barrio Gòtic

by Klod5

At the heart of the old town lies the Barrio Gòtic (Gothic Quarter), centered around the Catedral and Plaça Sant Jaume. This plaza, once the power center of Catalonia's kings, is still the site of city hall and the administrative buildings of the government of Catalonia.

Not a cultural tip, and it may...

by Weener

Not a cultural tip, and it may sound obvious, but get a guide map if you can. You can walk to a lot of tourist places by foot in Barcelona, but a map is necessary. A guide map will also show you the nearest Metro stops to the tourist places.

Barcelona by night.

by tweetycaro

Why not discover BCN at night by bike ?? Something different for a change.
Meeting point is Passeig Maritim, it takes you along all the popular places for about 2 hours. For only 18euro/person, bike, guide and aperitife inlcluded.

Barcelona's Farmer's Market

by karenincalifornia about Mercat de la Boqueria

I had heard about this Mercat (market) but I had no idea until I stumbled across it during an early morning walk how magnificent it is. This is the ultimate farmer's market of all farmer's markets. I had never seen anything remotely like this in the US. The Mercat has stand after stand of various food items with the most beautiful displays. Fruit, vegetables, meats, poultry, fish, shellfish, nuts, dried fruits, candy, tapas, mushrooms, nuts, spices, breads, cheeses. As an amateur cook, I was in heaven. It is held every day, I believe. Go early - before lunch is best. The stands start closing down in the afternoon, some earlier than others.

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