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In the Café de Chinitas / said Paquiro to his brother: / ‘I am braver than you / a better bullfighter and a better gypsy’. These are verses that Federico García Lorca wrote as a tribute to the oldest Café Chantant in Spain and direct ancestor of today’s flamenco venues known in Spain as tablaos: Café de Chinitas in Málaga, which, from 1857 to 1937, opened its doors to the general public and indeed to ruffians, offering them the purest and most genuine flamenco anywhere to be found.

flamenco-300x300-150x150 Category: Art & Culture, Entertainment
July 22, 2015

This is the name of the project launched by María Larroca, who used to work in the administrative side of TV, that transforms her passion for flamenco into an entrepreneurial adventure. Maria’s idea is to enable tourists to experience real, authentic flamenco, which isn’t always what we see at tablaos and typical flamenco …

Casa Patas Category: Entertainment
April 15, 2015

For people new to flamenco, Casa Patas has, over the last three decades, been a sanctuary for traditional flamenco “cante jondo”, bringing to life the legends, dreams and idols of an art that stands out in its own right as one of the capital’s major attractions. Casa Patas, located on Madrid’s iconic Calle de los

Don Flamenco Category: Food & Drink, Shopping
July 19, 2013

Typical Spanish is a concept that can also be applied to things that are particularly exclusive or stylish. Artisans at the cutting edge of their craft, gastro bars with a neocañí or neo-gypsy atmosphere, and young cuplé talents have created an aesthetic that combines authenticity with the last word in chic.…

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