Madrid Walking Tour and Flamenco Show with Tapas - 1 Day

Madrid Walking Tour and Flamenco Show with Tapas

Madrid Walking Tour and Flamenco Show with Tapas. On this 3.5-hour walking tour with an evening Flamenco show, you’ll travel through several centuries of Madrid history. On foot, explore Madrid’s most historic sites like the Plaza Mayor, the Arco de Cuchilleros, and the historic district with a local expert. Allow the performers to take care of the stomping (and dancing) at a Flamenco Torres Bermejas performance in Madrid, which will include a tapas dinner. Drop-off at a hotel is also included.

Highlights

  • Take a historical walking tour of Madrid followed by an evening Flamenco show
  • Get an intimate look at Madrid’s Plaza Mayor, Arch of Cuchilleros, and centuries-old buildings
  • Travel through pedestrian-friendly Madrid on an exploration of its numerous historic sights
  • Enjoy an enchanting Flamenco performance in one of Madrid’s most iconic venues
  • Savor the passionate music and delicious tapas dinner during your show
  • Great combination of Madrid history and Spanish culture

Madrid Walking Tour and Flamenco Show with Tapas

Itinerary

Madrid

At 6 pm, make your way to the meeting point in central Madrid for a guided walking tour through the old quarters of the city. See the impressive Plaza Mayor, walk down the stairs of Arch of Cuchilleros, and explore the winding streets and alleys around Plaza de la Villa.

Madrid Walking Tour and Flamenco Show with Tapas

You will see some of the oldest buildings in the core of medieval Madrid; including the House and Tower of Lujanes, where French King François I was kept as a prisoner by Spanish Emperor Carlos V. Admire the neoclassical architecture of the Cathedral of Almudena, and stroll through the beautiful Plaza de Oriente.

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Plaza de Oriente

Enjoy nice views of the Royal Palace of Madrid

Calle Mayor

Walkthrough the street that connects to the downtown area

Plaza Mayor

Visit the inside of the Square

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Last Updated on January 15, 2022 by Tours Editor @ gotravelyourself.com