The spell of flamenco, live and in the flesh. You'll find this and much more at the Palau Dalmases, in Barcelona's old quarter. Have a drink and enjoy a unique artistic experience.
The Palau Dalmases stands on Carrer Montcada, in the Ribera district, and is a work of art in its own right. Its baroque influences bear witness to the artistic, political and cultural life of Barcelona and Catalonia
. In 1700, the Academy of the Sceptics
had its headquarters here, and later the Academy of the Arts
. Notable men, scholars and music lovers held gatherings here devoted to art, language and thinking.
The building alone is well worth the visit, bearing witness, as it did, to the growth of the city. In the 16th century, Carrer Montcada was home to the palaces and residences of the city's most notable and influential families. If you come along to see a flamenco concert, the experience will be even more original and unforgettable!
As you sit around the stage at the Espai Barroc, among the antique furniture from the palace and many works of art, you'll feel really at home.What does your booking include?:
One of the following options:
- Zone B, rear rows
- Zone A, intermediate rows + Drink*
- VIP Area, front rows + Drink*
*The children's entrace does not include drinks.
from Monday to Sunday.
- January-February: at 6:45pm and 8pm.
- March-December: at 5:30pm, 6:45pm, 8pm and 9:15pm.
Palau Dalmases; c/ Montcada 20. Metro: L4, Jaume I. Bus: 17, 45, 120 and V17.
- Childs under 6 years old, free entrance.
- Flamenco show with dancers, guitarists and cajon.
Customer services provider: FLAMENCO BARCELONA CITY HALL