Between calle Bailén and the well known pradera de San Isidro is calle San Nicolás; on number 5 of this street you will find El Corral de la Morería. Some say it is the world's most famous Flamenco tablao. But one thing is for sure, if you want to dance or sing flamenco, you must come here: the leading dancers in the field come here to perform. Watching one of these shows is an unforgettable experience. We can make you two recommendations: make the most of this spot and have dinner while you watch the show and reserve your entry in advance as there is a fairly high demand (http://www.corraldelamoreria.com/reservas.html ). El Café de las Chinitas is another great place for flamenco in Madrid. It is found inside a spectacular seventeenth century palace on calle Torija, 7. Like a baptism, all the stars who have made a name in the world of flamenco have appeared here. Of course, the building is very famous for its décor; look at the Manila shawls on the stage.
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