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At TEFL in Spain, we believe that you should enjoy the Spanish culture while you are here in Malaga studying for your Trinity CertTESOL. This city is bustling with art and culture that is here to be explored and enjoyed!

Passion, temperament and energy, flamenco is one of the most exhilarating art forms to witness, both in a visual and in the audible sense. With centuries of socio-cultural evolution.

flamenco has a rich history, which unfolds with every stomp of the dancer’s feet, strum of the musician’s guitar, and clap of the singer’s hands. In this blog, you will find out about 4 authentic places to watch flamenco and enjoy dinner in Malaga!

Restaurante Vino Mio

Vino Mio is one of the best restaurants in Malaga – Cozy and elegant with an amazing terrace at the foot of Cervantes theatre, open from Wednesday through to Sunday.

Vino Mio is famous for its excellent flamenco shows every Wednesday through to Sunday, and we recommended that you reserve your table if you want to enjoy the show. The cost for the show is 5€ pp, which includes a drink.

Their varied and creative menu includes Mediterranean cuisine; exotic dishes, such as crocodile or kangaroo; menus for groups, vegans and vegetarians, selected wines and original cocktails.

Calle Cañón, 1
29015 Málaga
Tel: 952 22 04 19
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El Gallo Ronco

El Gallo Ronco is a flamenco tavern with a vaulted ceiling that captivates you with its colours and ornaments. It is decorated in copper and old photos of flamencos artists, behind each, is a story of singing and dancing to the sound of beautiful Spanish guitar. It costs €22,- per person, this includes a drink and appetizer. The show itself is in the hall next to the main restaurant.

Plaza de las Flores, 1.
29005 Málaga
Tel: 952 228 103
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Restaurante El Jardin

El Jardin Restautante (The Garden Restaurant) is located next to the gardens of the Cathedral of Malaga and close to the Picasso Museum, Roman Theatre and the Alcazaba. The restaurant is famous for its selection of traditional food from Malaga and Cordoba.

Here you can enjoy dinner and a flamenco show with a good glass of wine whilst watching some of the best flamenco artists in Malaga. Gastronomy and art come together in El Jardin Restaurante. Book your table in advance for dinner and attend the show on Fridays and Saturdays. It costs €8,- to reserve a table, this includes a drink.

Calle Cañón, 1
29015 Málaga

Tel:  952 22 04 19
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Tablao Flamenco Los Amayas

The shows are every day at 7 p.m. and 9 p.m. which include flamenco dancing, singing and live guitar. Every evening you can enjoy a real flamenco party, accompanied by the best Spanish cuisine in the city. The show costs €45,- per person and includes a tapas menu.

Calle Vélez Málaga, 6
29016 Málaga
Tel: 636575125
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