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Flamenco has been rooted in Barcelona, a multicultural city, since the end of the 19th century. It began on the stage of El Liceu and spread to the 'cafés cantantes' that emerged in the centre of Barcelona and where the main figures of the period performed. In the mid-20th century, Carmen Amaya, born in El Somorrostro, the shantytown in La Barceloneta, became the most famous flamenco dancer of all time and an international artist of reference, putting our city on the flamenco map.
Her legacy can still be experienced and felt today in the Tablao Flamenco Cordobés in La Rambla. This temple of flamenco, opened in 1970, has always attracted the main figures of this art to its stage. In this now mythical 'tablao', where many important artists have forged their careers, you can enjoy live flamenco singing, guitar, clapping and dancing by living legends of flamenco and promising young newcomers. It respects the spirit of a real flamenco tablao and offers, in addition to the show, a restaurant with a fine menu to make the evening a complete experience. You must discover and rediscover it whenever you can!