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Madrid: Live Flamenco Show with Food and Drinks Options

1. Madrid: Live Flamenco Show with Food and Drinks Options

Experience the passion of flamenco and Spanish music at the historical Torres Bermejas tablao in the heart of Madrid. Enhance your evening with a traditional menu and drinks if selected. Opened in 1960, admire the unique interiors inspired by the Bermejas towers of Granada's beautiful Alhambra. Marvel at the walls of Arabic motifs, ornate tiles and wood-carved ceilings as the flamenco performers captivate you with their unforgettable artistic interpretations. Watch the stunning choreographies of the Cuadro Flamenco, composed of the best singers, guitarists, clappers, and dancers of the flamenco tradition. Be part of this amazing folkloric culture at a flamenco night complete with dining options inspired by traditional Spanish cuisine.

Madrid: Skip-the-Line Prado Museum Guided Tour

2. Madrid: Skip-the-Line Prado Museum Guided Tour

Discover masterpieces of art on a skip-the-line guided tour of the Prado Museum and explore the galleries of Spain's national art museum, located in the museum district of central Madrid. Widely considered to have one of the world's finest collections of European art from the 12th to the early 20th century, the Prado Museum also boasts the single best collection of Spanish art in the world. Founded as a museum of paintings and sculptures in 1819, it was enlarged by the addition of short pavilions at the rear of the magnificent building between 1900 and 1960. See masterpieces by Francisco Goya, Hieronymus Bosch and Peter Paul Rubens, along with acclaimed paintings by El Greco, Titian and Diego Velázquez. Journey through the story of Spanish and European art through the centuries and get expert explanations along the way. If you select the tapas tasting option, following the tour of Prado Museum, you will then walk through the city to one of the most important bars in Madrid where you will have the opportunity to taste several tapas of Spanish food. Spain is internationally renowned for its gastronomy and is proud of its rich culture and culinary history. Discover the traditional tapas of Spain and experience the food culture of Madrid like a local. Here your tour will finish, leaving you with the opportunity to walk through the center of Madrid.

Madrid: La Cueva de Lola Flamenco Show Tickets with Drink

3. Madrid: La Cueva de Lola Flamenco Show Tickets with Drink

Tablao flamenco La Cueva de Lola is located in the heart of Madrid in the popular Barrio La Latina. Just a few minutes from the Plaza Mayor and the Royal Palace, this 2-floor space contains a 17th-century cave, offering a unique place to enjoy an authentic flamenco show. You can dine, choosing from a selection of tapas and typical dishes of Spanish cuisine, or simply enjoy the show with a glass of wine or beer. La Cueva de Lola is dedicated to offering a high-quality service and show. Enjoy the most influential artists of the current flamenco scene in an environment that blends tradition and modernity. La Cueva de Lola lives flamenco and invites you to live the flamenco experience with them.

Madrid: Local Tapas and Wine Tour with Drinks & Views

4. Madrid: Local Tapas and Wine Tour with Drinks & Views

Enjoy the true art of Tapeo in this experience in which you will discover Spanish gastronomy from bar to bar visiting different neighborhoods. The tour will start at the San Miguel square and head to La Latina, Cava Baja street, where most of the famous sites for Tapeo exist. There, taste traditional Spanish croquettes, particularly ham or even shellfish, of course, a good wine to pair. The route will continue through different bars in the center of Madrid, where you taste typical mushroom tapas or Padrón peppers. Answer the important questions, why are some hot and others not? accompanied by a beer or cider. Near the last stop, the tour arrives in the San Miguel Market, to taste the famous pintxos of Bilbao accompanied by a Txakoli glass. Afterward, walk through the Plaza Mayor and Barrio de las Letras, where famous poets and artists spent the best years of their lives. The last tasting stop is a traditional meat cheek with mashed potatoes, paired with a good wine, preferably red. Can you think of a better ending than going up to a terrace with excellent views of Madrid to enjoy a drink? (Only available on the evening tour.) Have fun and feel unique in your experience in a small group premium tour.

Madrid: Wine and Tapas Walking Tour

5. Madrid: Wine and Tapas Walking Tour

Go beyond the usual tourist's perspective of Madrid's main sights on a guided tapas tour. Taste tapas like the locals do and discover hidden spots in the very heart of Madrid. Enjoy at least 12 tapas at four different places, as well as a glass of wine at each location. Find something special at each venue, be it a typical dish, a specific type of wine, or the atmosphere. Go to a bar, enjoy your wine and free tapas, order something extra to eat if it catches your fancy, and, once you’ve finished, move on to the next venue. It's as simple as that. Get ready to taste your way around Spain with a range of dishes and wines from various regions of the country. Learn about the origins of the dishes, and hear anecdotes about Madrid from your guide.

From Madrid: Toledo Tour with Wine Tasting and 7 Monuments

6. From Madrid: Toledo Tour with Wine Tasting and 7 Monuments

Discover the city of Toledo, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, on a day trip from Madrid and learn about the history of this multi-confessional city. Stroll through the medieval streets to find a diverse mix of Christian, Jewish, and Muslim monuments. Meet your guide at Julio Camba Street and start the bus tour to Toledo. Arrive at your destination, one of the most beautiful sites in Toledo, to enjoy a panoramic tour of the city. Embark on a guided tour of the city to learn about its history and most important sites. Then, if you choose, opt to visit monuments, and experience the most emblematic places, such as the church of Santo Tome and the synagogue of Santa Maria La Blanca. With this option, you will have access to 7 monuments (3 of them with a guided tour inside, and the remaining 4 you will visit on your own). You will also enjoy a wine tasting in a wine cellar of the city. Learn about the history and tradition of winemaking in Castilla La Mancha while sipping wine and tasting tapas. Enjoy a few hours of free time to visit the monuments you like the most, or stroll through the Jewish quarter and learn about the peaceful coexistence of the three faiths. At the end of the tour, the guide will indicate the time to return to Madrid in a comfortable bus that will leave you in the same place where you started the tour.

Secret Food Tours Madrid

7. Secret Food Tours Madrid

Join the Secret Food Tours Madrid and try the many different types of Spanish culinary delights guaranteed to get your taste buds tingling. Firstly, your local Madrilenian guide will take you to a historic pastry shop which has been running for more than 160 years. Then followed by a visit to a deli that has been running for more than 180 years. Where we will try the Crown jewel of our gastronomy, the Iberian ham. An unforgettable experience, a must do if you are in Madrid. Next, you will visit a 100% authentic Spanish bar to try one of the most typical dishes in Madrid. Your personal guide will lead you then to a gourmet market which has been running for almost a century to try two outstanding tapas and a bottle of Spanish cider. Your tour will include two sit-down restaurant stops where you will have the chance to eat mouthwatering dishes and enjoy the illustrious drink that Spaniards have as an appetizer. Of course, there is also a delicious secret dish.

Madrid: 10 Tapas 2.5-Hour Cooking Class

8. Madrid: 10 Tapas 2.5-Hour Cooking Class

Learn how to prepare typical tapas with the help of a professional chef. Immerse yourself in the culinary traditions of Spain and prepare 10 small dishes that explain each region of the country. Get tutorials on traditional techniques and local ingredients and benefit from personalized attention during the 2.5-hour class. Make authentic dishes such as gilda (pepper and anchovy skewers) from the Basque Country and pan tumaca (bruschetta) from Catalonia. Sit down and enjoy the fruits of your labor with a glass of Spanish sangría. Get a gift of the recipes you created and an apron as a keepsake.

Spanish Cooking Class in Madrid with Market Visit

9. Spanish Cooking Class in Madrid with Market Visit

Meet your expert guide near one of Madrid’s most historic markets, where neighborhood residents have been shopping for over a century. Head inside to discover a gastronomic haven of delicious, high-quality Spanish products that form the building blocks of local cuisine. Chat with the vendors and pick up fresh ingredients to take back to the kitchen. Now that you have a solid understanding of Spanish food basics, it’s time to get hands-on. You’ll head behind the scenes of one of the most exciting restaurants in Madrid’s Huertas neighborhood into a beautiful cooking space reserved just for your small group. Enjoy a typical aperitif of sweet vermouth in the kitchen before you start cooking. Over the next few hours, you'll make a selection of traditional tapas representing the best of regional Spanish cuisine, along with the star of the show: the famous Spanish omelet or tortilla de patatas. Sit down to enjoy your homemade lunch and dessert with your choice of beer or wine, and head home with a deeper knowledge of Spanish cuisine (and several easy, delicious recipes to recreate in your own kitchen).

Madrid: History of Tapas Walking Tour and Tasting

10. Madrid: History of Tapas Walking Tour and Tasting

Benefit from the deep knowledge of a local guide in Madrid's tapas scene with a walking tour and tasting experience. In a small group of no more than 10 people, find some secret spots with great tapas traditions in the old city. See, smell, and taste the astonishing San Miguel Market with its narrow and old-stone city streets and discover the very Spanish tradition of "going for tapas".   For more than three hundred years, Spaniards from all localities continue to enjoy this custom. It is claimed that King Alfonso X ordered that in the small restaurants of Castile, no wine be served if not accompanied by food. Another version of history claims the origin of tapas lies in the bars and taverns that began to cover glasses with pieces of bread or slices of ham to prevent flies from entering the drink.

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4.6 / 5

based on 712 reviews

Our experience was absolutely amazing. I couldn’t recommend any more. From the start to end the staff were so helpful and attentive. We had a miss understanding with our booking but it was corrected instantly. The staff couldn’t be more helpful and it was my friends birthday so we were given a free glass of procecco each. Honestly would recommend this to anybody and would definitely be returning. The food was amazing and the performance was unbelievable. Thank you so much it was a highlight of our trip.

This was such a fun addition to our stay in Madrid. Raul was a great guide explaining history and culture about Madrid and Tapas. All of the food and drinks were delicious and the company was great too!

Carmen is the best! Funny, enthusiastic and answers all questions! You could tell she just loves the people and is interested in their cultures too!

I didn’t eat anything but I did see the Flamenco show. It was a great experience to see such a rich cultural dance live.

This. Was. Fantastic! The performers were so talented and captivating. Absolutely an authentic experience worthwhile.