Trip to Seville

Learn how to dance the Flamenco in Seville, Spain

Seville is like a large canvass painted with a number of colors. It is one city that will seduce you with its historic landmarks, friendly people, rich culture, and beautiful scenery. This is also the best place to learn Flamenco which originated in the Andalucía region where the city is located.

Seville is one of the most beautiful cities in Spain. The city is located 80 kilometers from the coast of Andalucía and covers a total area of 50 square miles. The city was founded more than 2,200 years ago and was once the capital for the kings of the Umayyad Caliphate, during the Almoravid dynasty. The city was seized from the moors by King Ferdinand III of Castile, and through centuries, the city saw itself amidst war and conflicts. Today, Seville’s history is evidenced by well-preserved buildings, churches, and landmarks. You can reach Seville by train from the cities of Cordoba and Madrid, and by bus from El Rocio, Alicante, Cordoba, Granada, and Malaga. You can also fly into Sevilla International Airport located just a few minutes from the downtown area of the city. It is served by a number of domestic and European carriers.

If you love to dance and want to learn how to dance the Flamenco, the city is the best place to learn the art of dancing the Flamenco. The Andalucia region is the birthplace of Flamenco, and Seville has a number of dance schools that specializes in Flamenco. You can take lessons at the Taller Flamenco, Andrés Marín Flamenco Abierto S.L., Asómate Local Flamenco, Fundación Cristina Heeren, Ida y Vuelta Flamenco Dance Studio, Estudio Flamenco, Centro de Arte y Flamenco de Sevilla, and Escuela de Flamenco Manuel Betanzos. In between your Flamenco dance lessons, you can visit the city’s top attractions including Catedral de Sevilla,  Giralda Tower, Centro Historico de Sevilla, Museo del Baile Flamenco, Archaeological Ensemble of Italica, Plaza del Triunfo, Metropol Parasol, and Plaza de Espana.

Seville is one city you must visit in Spain. The city will enchant you with its attractions, and Flamenco will capture your heart.  Consult your travel agent for more details. 

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