Hostal Josefina

Gran Via 44, 7th Floor, Madrid, 28013, Spain
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Flamenco Shows in Madrid

by shwetad

Hello VT Members,

We are visiting Madrid during easter, and have some questions

1. I am eager to watch Flamenco Show in Madrid. Looking for something simple, not intrested in dinner etc. Any recommndation?

2. What are 'Must see' day trip from Madrid, for first time visitor?

3. Is single 10 bunch tickets can be shared for 2 persons?

Thanks for your help,

Re: Flamenco Shows in Madrid

by unaS

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Re: Flamenco Shows in Madrid

by jumpingnorman

I think one of the must-sees in Madrid would be the Retiro Park - it has so much character and very nice to walk around in and close to the Prado Museum which ou should visit as well. The Prado has the Picasso painting called GUERNICA and I saw it on books when I was younger and it was nice seeing the actual painting. Buena Suerte en Madrid, Norman :)

Re: Flamenco Shows in Madrid

by dino335

Flamenco -- Casa Patas.

I would rate Toledo #1 day trip. Avilla and Segovia can be done in one day with a rental car.

Have a great trip.

Re: Flamenco Shows in Madrid

by shwetad

Thanks a lot for your all replies.

We had a great fun at madrid. I really loved Flemnco and would like to see it again.

Re: Flamenco Shows in Madrid

by shwetad

Thanks a lot all for your replies.

We had a great fun in Madrid, and would love to go back again for Flemnco show.

Re: Flamenco Shows in Madrid

by jumpingnorman

glad you had a great time in Madrid --- viva Espana! Hope you visit Arizona next..Norman :)

Travel Tips for Madrid

FRANÇAIS:Visitez la Vallée de...

by Porteplume


FRANÇAIS:
Visitez la Vallée de Los Caïdos, où une immense Cathédrale a été batie sous la colline rocheuse à la mémoire des morts de la guerre civile et où a été enterré Franco.ENGLISH:
Visit the Valley of Los Caïdos, where a huge Cathedral has been built under the moutain. Franco had been burried there.I've to add some comments given by David-D_Pando because he knows more about the history of this monument:'I understand people visit it... but i would like that they known what kind of 'church' or monument is....
It was made with a terrible sacrifice of Republican soldiers catched during spanish civil war.. and it was made in memoriam of died (fascist) 'caidos'(fall down or died) during that terrible war... so i m disapointed with it!'

Publicity

by andal13

Everywhere is a good place to publicize your product or your service; this picture shows an example of this: the benignities of the publicized product is absolutely evident!

Cualquier lugar es bueno para publicitar un producto o un servicio; esta foto muestra un ejemplo de ello: las bondades del producto ofrecido ¡saltan a la vista!

Egyptian Temple

by Rocco_Tulsa

in the 70's, Egypt had a lot of flooding with the Nile. They worked out a deal with the Spanish goverment and a team of engineers went to help.

They helped control the flooding and the Egyptian government was so greatful, they have Spain an entire ancient temple.

Shoes, shoes and MORE shoes!

by mesoblonda about Everywhere around Puerta del Sol

Everywhere you looked there were shoe stores to be found! Boots, high heels, mules, runners...you name it, they had it!

Puerta del Sol had great shops, but you can find them everywhere! On Gran Via...anywhere you've got a busy main street, you've got shoes for sale. Many different styles of Puma's were available in addition to fashionable heels. $20-$500 Euro.

the cheapest flamenco in Madrid

by jorgejuansanchez about Flamenco Al Andalus

This is probable the cheapest flamenco show in Madrid, and not bad. It is located in a street running parallel to the boulevard La Castellana.
The price is very cheap, about 15 euros including a drink, while other flamenco shows in Madrid such as Café de Chinitas, Torres Bermejas, or El Corral de la Pacheca will charge you at least 25 or 30 euros for the show. no special requirements for dresses

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