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Highlights of this tour

  • Flamenco Show in Poble Espanyol
  • A visit to the Spanish Village


Accessibility information

  • Use of adapted vehicle for pick up and drop off
  • Involves some walking/rolling from the Village main entrance to the Flamenco show
  • Ramped entrance: the staff will place the ramp prior to arrival
  • The road leading up to the entry of the Flamenco show is pebbled. This is a short route of approx. 50 mtrs.
  • Accessible toilets in the venue, and in the Poble Espanyol

What is included?

  • Private tour
  • Duration of the show: approx 2 hrs
  • Total tour time: flexible duration
  • Tapas menu or dinner: to be reserved prior
  • Pick up from accommodation, airport or cruise port
  • Free entrance to the Spanish village

What is not included?

  • Tips
Flamenco show dancer
Ramp flamenco del Carmen
Tablao de Carmen

About this wheelchair accessible flamenco show Poble Espanyol tour

This Flamenco show at Poble Espanyol includes a pick-up and drop-off with a private adapted vehicle. When you are picked-up from the cruise port, you find your driver by the sign he holds with your name on it. The show itself takes about two hours. During this accessible tour, you experience an authentic flamenco show while enjoying a drink, tapas, or a complete dinner.

Poble Espanyol

Free entrances are included to the Spanish Village which you can explore by yourselves before ánd after the show. Tablao de Carmen is situated in Poble Espanyol, so it is easily combined with a visit to the village. Want to know more about the accessibility of Poble Espanyol? Click here for more information.

Tablao de Carmen

Tablao de Carmen is an original venue that combines performances of the best flamenco dancers with authentic Spanish food and drinks. To enter the venue, there are two small steps to take. Staff places ramps before your arrival and the rest of the site is completely flat.

Four dancers, two singers, and two guitarists perform the spectacle you see that evening. To make sure you have the best view possible, close to the stage, it is essential to reserve your seat in advance. Lastly, at the venue, you find a wheelchair-accessible toilet.

Carmen Amaya

The show is named after Carmen Amaya, who was a legendary flamenco dancer. She started dancing at a very young age, and her talent was immediately recognized. In 1929, she performed for the King of Spain, Alphonse XIII, at the World Exposition. That was at the exact same spot the restaurant is situated today.

You have several options to enjoy the flamenco show. From only the show and a glass of wine or sangria, to a full experience where you combine the flamenco show with a degustation menu. Read more about the options in the following part.

Flamenco show options

The first option is “Drink and flamenco show,” where you can choose from one of their wines or sangria.
The second option is “Tapas and flamenco show.” This option includes a variety of small portions of Spanish food combined with drinks.
Besides that, for the third option, you can choose the “Carmen dinner and the flamenco show.” This option combines tapas, a starter, a main course, and a dessert accompanied by drinks.
The last option is the “Star evening menu with the flamenco show.” It includes a degustation menu combined with the best wines to accentuate the flavors.


Your driver will wait for you at the main entrance of the Spanish Village at the pre-set time, and take you back to your accommodation or the cruise port.

Pebble Ground Tablao de Carmen.

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