Corral de la Morería

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More serious and exacting than Las Carboneras, this long-standing tablao sports seemingly authentic Arab decor and an atmosphere to match. A relaxed mix of tourists, fans (Hemingway, Che Guevara and Picasso have all paid a visit) and professionals enjoy a solid, expensive and sometimes exhilarating show.


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Corral de la Morería details

Address
C/Morería 17,
Los Austrias

Area Madrid

Transport Metro La Latina.

Telephone 91 365 84 46

Corral de la Morería website

Open 9pm-2am daily. Performances from 10.30pm.

Admission (incl dinner) €75 and up; (incl drinks) €35.

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By TJ - Dec 11 2012
5/5

Whenever I have friends or family visit me in Madrid, I make sure they spend a night here for dinner and a show! The dancers are some of the best that I have seen and the food is a perfect blend of traditional Spanish and modern. If they are only staying here for a few days, I would be sure to take them to the Royal Palace, Plaza Mayor, the Prado and Reina Sofia Museums and Corral de la Morería. If you want to experience something that is the heart of Spanish culture, I recommend coming here at least once in your life!

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