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There is lots of upbeat spanish music and some dancing, and the crowd joins in sometimes - a great... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Maria W
Well worth the visit! Authentic Spanish Cultural Experience!

It was amazing to witness multiple generations of Spaniards singing and dancing to rumbas. Things... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
packerfan71
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Calle Pages del Corro 49, 41010 Seville, Spain
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All reviewsaround midnightgin and tonicstart dancinglocal flamencolive performancefirst nightflamenco nightsingers and dancerssmall rooman amazing experiencegreat funtapas bara lot of funaudiencetouristsfrillyguitar
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Reviewed 1 week ago

There is lots of upbeat spanish music and some dancing, and the crowd joins in sometimes - a great atmosphere. You need to buy a drink as entry, but my friend and i shared a gin and tonic (i swear it was a triple) so...More

Thank Maria W
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

If you are easily impressionable, you’ll probably love this place, otherwise, save some energy and explore Sevilla’s million other options that will most likely be much better than this... perfect tourist trap for 7 euros for a coke! What a great deal! Plus watch your...More

Thank Sahiba J
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

It was amazing to witness multiple generations of Spaniards singing and dancing to rumbas. Things truly don't start until 11:45pm so you must get in line early in order to guarantee entry and a seat. We preferred not to get too close to the front...More

Thank packerfan71
Reviewed 4 June 2018

Ok, so this place is like this secrete pop up you heard about in Chicago, LA or NY............ or at least its treated like that. No signs.... and also no idea if its going to open up the night you are there or not. Its...More

Thank Bosco125
Reviewed 19 May 2018 via mobile

Visited tonight along with a crowd of about 20 other people in small groups. Most had paid for taxis and taken time out of their hard earned holidays to visit. The bar was not open because the owner had decided to go away. No notices...More

Thank Dutch01527
Reviewed 30 March 2018 via mobile

We loved this place, you can actually feel the Sevillian lifestyle in this place. It only accepts cash, you’ll have to order a drink for each person of your party and it is definitely more enjoyable if you know Spanish because they talk while singing....More

1  Thank Nicole T
Reviewed 30 March 2018 via mobile

such an authentic and fun place to go have a drink and sing and dance to spanish songs. the ambience is really light and fun and it is an amazing experience!!

1  Thank Juliana A
Reviewed 25 March 2018 via mobile

This was by far the best evening out.. What a Matriach! Make sure you reserve in advance.. it certainly helps to make sure to get a seat in this intimate venue.. The house singers are just fantastic.. even if you don't understand Spanish, the vibe...More

1  Thank Lak P
Reviewed 2 February 2018

So we were looking online for an authentic flamenco show, that was not made to attract tourists. And this is how this place came up. SO GLAD we went!!!!!!! It opens at midnight, so make sure you are there at 23h30 to queue. It is...More

2  Thank Karam T
Reviewed 23 January 2018

On our first night, a Thursday, we arrived quite late in Seville. Luckily for us, Blanca Paloma tapas bar was only a 5 minute walk from the hotel. After eating, we were heading back to the hotel around midnight, and noticed a load of old...More

3  Thank Gaylord-F
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