Flamenco Dance Lesson

Summary

Immerse yourself in Spanish culture during a fun Flamenco lesson in Seville, where you’ll meet the locals and get a glimpse of Flamenco behind the scenes. Learn the basic steps of the dance, including hand movements, and about Flamenco music as well.

Flamenco originated in Andalusia in southern Spain and combines music, singing, rhythmic hand clapping, and dancing.

In this fun and interactive 60-minute session you’ll learn the basics of Flamenco, some of the dance steps, heel clicking, and the body and hand movements. The lesson is an interesting way to gain an insight into Spanish culture while having a great time trying out something new.

The venue is a very authentic courtyard where many different artists work, so you’ll feel immersed in the culture even before your class begins.

In addition to your lesson you can book a high-quality Flamenco show so you can see seasoned professionals moving to the music you’ve heard and with the steps you’ve learned.

Highlights of the Trip

Learn about Flamenco music and basic dance steps

Practice clicking your heels and clapping your hands with an expert

Meet locals in an authentic cultural setting

What's Included

  • Flamenco dance lesson
  • Insider tips

What's Not Included

  • Flamenco show
  • Gratuities (optional)

Other Information

Departure Details

Meet in Macarena neighbourhood, Seville 15 minutes before your class starts.

Language ENG, ES, FR

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ActivityReviews

  1. Sam

    Sunday 28th April, 2019
    This was such fun!! My friend from school and I rented the costumes and had such fun learning about the history of flamenco. The costumes, different rhythms, hand and feet movements were all expertly (and entertainingly) shared by our guide. I would highly recommend the experience as excellent value for money. My only regret is not also booking the flamenco show through this teacher.

  2. Bassie

    Sunday 7th April, 2019
    Thank you to Kati our patient and lovely teacher for teaching us some flamenco and giving us an educational appreciation of the story and skills involved. It really helped us have a better understanding of the show we saw later that day - we all loved it - thank you.

  3. Antoine

    Wednesday 26th September, 2018
    We had a fantastic experience taking a 1-hour class with Kati. She taught us basic flamenco steps, gestures, and clapping, incorporating them all into a short choreography. She also told us a great deal about flamenco's history and the present-day culture of it in Sevilla, which was very enriching (especially if you have or will go watch a show). She also had recommendations of where to go see flamenco in Seville. Overall, the hour flew by and we all had a wonderful time! I recommend this to anybody who likes dancing or wants to get a deeper appreciation of flamenco.