Flamenco was born in Spain’s southern region of Andalucía, and its light burns brightest in the regional capital of Sevilla.
MUSEO DEL BAILE
Calle Manuel Rojas Marcos 3
The Museum of Flamenco Dance treats it as a living art with sound and video clips that explore the many styles.
FLAMENCO Y MÁS
Calle San Luís 120
Not far from the Macarena church, this all-inclusive shop carries CDs, sheet music, and flamenco dresses with heavily weighted hems.
Calle Zaragosa 4
Since the 1950s, professional flamenco guitarists have ordered their instruments from the Cayuela family of luthiers.
CASA DE LA MEMORÍA
Calle Ximénez de Enciso 28
Emerging young flamenco musicians and dancers headline bargain-priced performances in the intimate patio of this ancient house.
Plaza de Santa Cruz 11
Flamenco purists hail Los Gallos as the most authentic flamenco nightclub in Sevilla.