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In 2010, UNESCO recognised flamenco as an Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity, even though the institutions have been promoting this art for many years now and make it known across the world.  Flamenco and tourism often go hand in hand and now as the number of visitors is increasing so is the demand for the shows.


At Palacio Andaluz we have an important and renowned cast of flamenco artists which deliver their art and passion every day at each of our two shows (19:00 and 21:30), where we offer a show unique in Spain with the best flamenco dancers of the moment.


One of our star artists, “La Chini”, tells us in an interview for RTVE how she entered the world of entertainment and what flamenco feels like. She transmits it at every show at Palacio Andaluz.

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