Flamenco Corral de la Morería

Madrid’s Flamenco Firestorm: Why El Corral de la Morería Blew My Mind

Remember that trip to Barcelona, when those street performers had you glued to the spot with their killer moves? Imagine that same raw energy cranked up to eleven, happening right smack in the middle of Madrid’s historic core. That’s what hit me like a ton of bricks at El Corral de la Morería, a flamenco joint unlike any other. Forget touristy snooze-fests, this place was a full-on sensory explosion!

Flamenco Royalty, Inches Away: Ditch the cheesy tourist routines where the dancers look like they’re sleepwalking. Imagine being so close to the action that you can practically feel the floorboards trembling with every foot stomp. These dancers ain’t messing around – their footwork is amazing, and their voices? You can feel the weight of centuries of passion.  Every move he made was like he was pouring his soul out onto the stage. It wasn’t just a performance; it was a emotional exchange that left me speechless.

Time Travel with Every Clap: The air at El Corral practically breathe history. Think on your Rioja while picturing legendary dancers like Paula Comitre gracing the same stage you’re sitting on. The floorboards whisper tales of other eras, adding a layer of magic to the present show. You can feel the energy and the passion of the performers close to you.

Can You Munch at El Corral de la Morería? Flamenco + Food, Sorted!

So, you’re pumped to see the flamenco firestorm at El Corral, but your stomach’s already doing its own fiery dance – can you fuel up there too? Relax, foodie friend, I’ve got the scoop!

You have the choice between 3 menus prepared by the local chef David Garcia, there is also a vegan and a gluten free menu. 

Things to Do near by

Puerta del Sol: This iconic square is considered the center of Madrid and Spain, marked by the Kilometer Zero point from which all radial roads in the country are measured. It’s often the site of major celebrations and events, and is especially lively during New Year’s Eve. It’s about a 5-minute walk from El Corral de la Morería.

Plaza Mayor: This lively square is lined with charming shops, cafes, and restaurants, and is a popular spot for people-watching. It’s also home to the Casa de la Panadería, a 17th-century bakery with a beautiful frescoed facade. It’s about a 10-minute walk from El Corral de la Morería.

Teatro Real: This grand opera house is one of the most important cultural institutions in Spain. It stages a variety of operas, ballets, and concerts throughout the year. It’s about a 10-minute walk from El Corral de la Morería.

If you are tired of walking you can use Madrid public bicycle renting service or take a Tuk Tuk

How I get there from Madrid, here you have the google maps link

Whether it’s an evening of spellbinding performances, a culinary adventure, or an exploration of Madrid’s historic landmarks and vibrant neighborhoods, El Corral de la Morería promises an unforgettable experience that celebrates the soul and spirit of flamenco.

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Jun 17, 2024 - Mon
Madrid, ES
clear sky
72°F clear sky
Wind 2 m/s, SW
Humidity 42%
Pressure 759.06 mmHg
Day Cond. Temp. Wind Humidity PressurePres.
tue jun 18
light rain
78/66°F 9 m/s, WSW 27% 759.06 mmHg
wed jun 19
overcast clouds
73/75°F 4 m/s, SW 33% 760.56 mmHg
thu jun 20
light rain
73/70°F 7 m/s, SW 36% 759.81 mmHg
fri jun 21
sky is clear
77/78°F 3 m/s, WNW 31% 765.07 mmHg
sat jun 22
broken clouds
84/79°F 8 m/s, NNW 24% 761.31 mmHg

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