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'' The Cave of Lola '' offers a dinner show in the center of Madrid and brings to the capital a pure flamenco airs south.All your senses will vibrate with the power of dance, singing and the bittersweet harmonies of flamenco guitar.And you get a...more
I was on a short break and decided to book a show with dinner at La Cueva di Lola,
As they say once in Rome do as the Romans do, this is an experience which should not be missed. Very passionate and expressive dancing. The...More
Authentic Flamenco Show. It was filled with passion. Both dancers are fantastic.
We obtained a group on for a great price,
Dinner(2 courses, dessert and a bottle of wine), and the show .
A cozy brick basement ,about ten tables
Just perfect for the ambience....More
This was a very fun flamenco performance to visit. We purchased a groupon that was good for dinner and drinks for 2, and enjoyed both. We arrived early, and although our tickets were for the 9PM show, the staff was willing accommodate us, and let...More
We enjoyed absolutely amazing entertainment with full impact of emotion. The small stage is located in the basement and there are just about ten tables. The group of Flamenco has only four members but you needn't to be afraid they are great solo performers. The...More
I have been to La Cueva de Lola looking for Flamenco show places on internet. The average price in Madrid for this kind of shows are quite high, but La Cueva de Lola offered a dinner, a drink and the flamenco show for just 36€....More
While this flamenco show experience felt more touristy than others I have done, it was still a very good show. The dancers and musicians were very talented and the setting inside the cave was intimate.
The venue itself is really nice, there's a bar upstairs with the seating for the show downstairs. I purchased a show + drink ticket for €16, there was an option to pay extra for a dinner option. Drink options were wine, beer or sangria.
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