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How to get to Tablao Flamenco Cordobes Barcelona

 

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Tablao Flamenco Cordobes

La Rambla 35 08002 Barcelona

Tel +34 933 175 711

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Metro L3 Drassanes or Metro L3 Liceu

Opening Hours 10:00 a 00:00

 

How to get to Tablao Flamenco Cordobes Barcelona in La Rambla

Tablao Flamenco Cordobes Barcelona is a remnant of the Golden age of theatres and flamenco in Barcelona, located on the famous la Rambla, bustling with energy and central part of the city life.
To get to Tablao Flamenco Cordobes Barcelona you can come by taxi, the easier solution; you can take the metro green line (L3) and get off at Liceu or Drassanes. If you decide to get off at Liceu, you just have to walk down La Rambla for a few minutes until you see our sign to you right. If you get off at Drassanes, you have to do just the opposite, that is, you would have to walk up La Rambla for a few minutes until you see our sign to the left.
You can also take a few bus lines to get to Tablao Flamenco Cordobes Barcelona. You can take the 59, 91, 120 or V13. If you take the 59 or 91, you can get off at La Rambla, but if you take the 120 or the V13, you still have a 5 to 10 minute walk to the tablao.
Finally, when you walk to the venue, adjacent to the famous Palau Güell, you have to keep in mind that it is located on a first floor and it has a small entrance, but you will be welcomed into a magical night, set in a Nasrid palace, where you will experience a different culture and music that is conveyed through emotion in the ideal stage for it.

What to do in La Rambla

A visit to Tablao Flamenco Cordobes Barcelona can be magical, but also convenient, as it is located on one of the neuralgic and most visited spots of Barcelona. La Rambla is one of the most emblematic promenades in Barcelona and it extends from the central square of Barcelona, Plaça de Catalunya, to the old port, which has now been transformed into a beautiful walkway, perfect for a stroll.
The promenade is crowded at all hours, with all kind of stands scattered and full of restaurants, coffee shops and all kind of businesses. Near the old port, it is usual to see painters and mimes trying to attract the attention of the visitors. There are plenty of interesting sites to see. The Boqueria Market, the biggest market in Catalonia, built as it is now in 1840, is one of the most visited by both visitors and locals and all kinds of fresh products can be found there. The Gran Teatre del Liceu, Barcelona’s opera house, built in 1847 and rebuilt in 1994 after a fire, is one of the meeting points and symbols of the powerful and wealthy in Barcelona and one of the most important theatres in Spain and the world, and it was inaugurated with a flamenco performance. The Virreina Palace, National Monument and built in 1778, was built with the money the viceroy Manuel de Amat made in Peru and is an example of baroque and rococo architecture. Another important spot to visit is the Plaça Reial (Royal Square), filled with bars and clubs and a center of Barcelona’s nightlife since the XIXth century.
There are important historic spots to visit too near the port. The Columbus Statue at the end of La Rambla is one of the symbols of Barcelona. Built for the 1888 Barcelona Universal Exposition, it rapidly became one of the emblems of Barcelona. It can be entered, as it has an elevator that allows visitors to watch the city and the sea from the top. If you are more interested in shopping, near the statue you can find one of the city’s main shopping malls, the Maremagnum. With more than 13 million annual visitors, it is one of the most important recreational spots in the city, with IMAX and regular cinemas, the famous Barcelona Aquarium, restaurants and shops of the most important brands. If, on the other hand, you are more interested in cultural activities, you can visit the Maritime Museum, located inside the old Royal Shipyards building. Built towards the end of the XIIIth century by Peter III of Aragon, it is now considered a Historic and Artistic National Monument. Even though it is now used as a museum, they have kept the building as intact as possible and they explain the maritime history of Catalonia and Barcelona.
And, of course, La Rambla is the center of the old city and the gothic neighbourhood. The old city is ideal to take a stroll during the day and visit Barcelona’s cathedral, the Cathedral of the Holy Cross and Saint Eulalia. Built between the XIIIth and XVth centuries on the remnants of the old romanic cathedral, which was built on a previous church, which was built as well on a paleo Christian basilica. The remnants of the first basilica are still open to visitors in Barcelona’s History Museum. The current cathedral is an example of gothic architecture and its long construction generated many legends and rumours about the building. For example, it was a popular belief that the sculptures destined to the gothic façade were buried underground, under the entrance steps, until the construction of the façade was finished. When the façade was finally finished on the XIXth century, a lot of people came to see how they unearthed the sculptures, but as they were never unearthed, many rumours and theories were created about their existence and their final destination.
Another important landmark near La Rambla is the Sant Jaume square, one of the oldest and most important squares in Barcelona. Facing each other at both sides of the square, are Barcelona’s City Hall and Catalonia’s government building, the Palau de la Generalitat (Generalitat Palace), the two most important institutions of Catalonia’s political system, existing already in the Middle Ages, showing the importance of the square. It was designed as it is now in 1823, creating a new commercial axis in Barcelona, the Ferran street, stretching from the Sant Jaume square to La Rambla, and opening up space in a previously crammed area in Barcelona. It was previously a space occupied by the Sant Jaume church (St. James) and the adjoining cemetery and the church was moved to one side of the Ferran street. The location of the square is somewhat symbolic as it is placed on the crossing on the ancient Roman Cardus and Decumanus streets in Barcelona, the two most important streets of most Roman designed cities.

After visiting these amazing locations and learning about Barcelona’s history and culture, you are welcome to finish your stroll in Tablao Flamenco Cordobes Barcelona, try typical delicacies from regions all over Spain, in a Gastronomic Tour designed by our chef, Mr. Jordi Narro, and finally enter the tablao to experience a unique cultural experience. In Tablao Flamenco Cordobes Barcelona you will only see the best flamenco artists in the world, performing together in the ideal environment for flamenco, the tablao. Live an intimate and authentic flamenco night with the best artists in Tablao Flamenco Cordobes Barcelona.