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Zambra Maria La Canastera

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Address: Camino Sacromonte 89, 18010 Granada, Spain
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+34 958 12 11 83
22:00 - 23:00
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Sun - Sat 22:00 - 23:00

We are a FLAMENCO SHOW CAVE in Granada located in the picturesque district...

We are a FLAMENCO SHOW CAVE in Granada located in the picturesque district of Sacromonte and it is considered one of the main tourist attractiveness in our city. Today fifty years after its founding we continue organizing every night the gypsy tipycal folklore of Sacromonte masterfully offered by the descendents of María La Canastera responsible for maintaining the tradition that she left .

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A good convenient show

The place was recommended to us at the hotel's front desk. The ticket included transportation from the hotel and back, the show and a drink (sangria or soda). The place is a nice... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

The place was recommended to us at the hotel's front desk. The ticket included transportation from the hotel and back, the show and a drink (sangria or soda). The place is a nice gypsy cave in Sacromonte. The show lasts close to an hour. The show is good, specially Paco the male dancer. At the end of the show, a... More 

Thank Luis Alfredo M
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

We went here to watch a Flamenco performance. Make sure you are early so that you get a better seat. It is a small cave and is packed. Very commercially run place. You sit, the lights dim, the dancers and the singers come in, play for 30 mins, the drink orders are taken and served (sangria, beer or water), the... More 

Thank Prakash M
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

The flamenco show was very authentic, with the dancers standing very close to the audience. You could sense their passion for flamenco from the way they danced and sang. The guitar music was exceptional and the singers' performance was very touching. We would definitely recommend this show to anyone who wants to experience flamenco upclose.

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Nottingham, United Kingdom
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common_n_attraction_reviews_1bd8 11 helpful votes
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Lovely evening, dancing and guitar playing fantastic ,however some time was wasted serving drinks and collecting glasses which could have been spent with more dancing . Very interesting area to visit

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Thank Mary C
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

This cave was recommended to us by Ana, from Walk In Granada and we were very clear that we don't want a tourist monkey show. Maybe it was the audience (almost all of them a highschool classroom from Denmark). Maybe it was the countenance of the performers who seemed visible bored, sad and tired. Maybe it was the fact that... More 

Thank Ionut V
Banff, Canada
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Reviewed 14 March 2017

This is a unique setting. The long cylindrical cave is hung with copper pots and photos of dancers of the past and VIP visitors (e.g. Edward and Mrs. Simpson). You are seated very close to the performers. Dress in layers - this room gets warm! It is easy to reserve a ticket online and make your own way to and... More 

Thank banff
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Reviewed 19 February 2017 via mobile

The place is incredibly nice, a cave lovely decorated. The show was not at the same level: I'm not am expert of flamenco and this was my first time, but me and my gf can feel how the performers felt to be "at work" instead that having an artistic performance; in few words the show was not emotional (also the... More 

Thank Vittorio B
New York City, New York
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Reviewed 19 December 2016

Amazing show. So passionate, very authentic, family orientated, and overall incredible experience. The decor takes you on a trip throughout the owner's life and experience dancing Flamenco. It makes you feel at home when you're just a visitor. The show was vibrant, moving and I am so glad we went here!

Thank Amanda E
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Reviewed 12 November 2016 via mobile

Our group of six purchased tickets to the show from our Walk in Granada tour guide. When we arrived half an hour early we were directed by management to sit in the back rows of chairs in the empty room; their explanation: a tour group was arriving and would get the front row seats. We stated that when purchasing tickets... More 

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MariaLaCanastera, Director Comercial at Zambra Maria La Canastera, responded to this review

Dear Madam, All you saying is false, we offer the seats just in middle de room. All company has it´s rule and customer must keeping it. We are disagreement with your review. You didn´t respect to our staff. Please don´t back again. Thank you. More 

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Reviewed 10 November 2016

Superior to all tablao and museum shows I have seen in Spain, including Barcelona and Sevilla.Canta,baile y toca which means singing,dancing and guitar playing... .all three here were excellent.Despite the fact that it is a show for us to see,it really feels like they do it as they like and as they feel.Cantaora put tears into my eyes and bailaores... More 

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