The most distinctive and passionate symbol of Seville - flamenco - is not just a dance, it is a style of living in Spain.
Spanish gypsy that used to live on the thouthern seaside of Spain in Andalusia once noticed that the mix of Moresco, Jewish and Spanish sounds can create something true and authentic. That was the way of flamenco becoming. It used to be "forbidden art" and only in XVIII century the dance came out on Spanish streets. Nowadays Flamenco is an essential part of Spanish culture.
Spectacular driving performance is on not only in atmospheric place, but also right on the streets of Seville. Here the local masters will teach you how to show passion waving your hands and heeling.
How to do?
1. You are in Seville, it means you're in Flamenco city. Here everyone dance it. If you see crowd of people, Flamenco performance is on there.
2. You can go to Triana district, here the best flamenco dancers live and here are more flamenco dance spots.
3. Passionate dancers urge people around to come and dance flamenco. Let your hair down and go ahead!
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Taste the Seville marmalade
Oranges in Seville are hard and bitter, not really tasty, but jam made of them is just magnificent and extra delicious. 25
Ride a river tram
On a hot summer day there is nothing better than a relaxing river tram voyage along the Guadalquivir river. 155Guadalquivir
Try the ensalada rusa
Taste the national Russian festive salad which is also a traditional dish in Spanish only in their own interpretation. 35
Try Tinto de Verano
Tinto de Verano is the most popular, airy, refreshing and light summer drink in Andalusia and is made of red wine. 14
Buy castanets for flamenco
Do you hear this loud roar on the streets? Do not rush to run for the umbrella, it's not thunder, it's the sound of the castanets of street flamenco dancers. 53
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