Let's go to Barcelona,

This beautiful and cosmopolitan city full of history and life, incredible art and architecture, fresh markets, and unexpected experiences.

In the 1950's and 1960's Barcelona experienced a wave of immigration from Andalucía helping to spread the flamenco culture of southern Spain to this northern city. During this time many peñas (flamenco clubs) were established in the city. Our teacher, David Romero's, parents were a part of this, relocating to the north from Huelva in search of work. They settled in Barcelona and never left. You probably know of many of the famous flamencos who hail from this incredible city, Carmen Amaya, Miguel Poveda, Mayte Martín...

But back to David. I'd been admiring and wanting to study with him for several years and finally traveled to Barcelona to do so a couple of years ago.

He exceeded my expectations.

Learning with him was fun, I improved my technique, and I left with one of the cutest choreographies ever.

A Flamenco Tour to Barcelona needed to happen.

Trip Includes:

  • A small group workshop (daily classes) with David Romero
  • Visits to three of the most renown tablaos in the city for live flamenco performances
  • Daily support sessions with Laura to practice material studied in class
  • Spa ~ A relaxing visit to the Hammam for a spa circuit including a massage and scrub along with soaking in the baths and detoxifying in the steam rooms.
  • Private bedroom in an updated bright apartment in Barcelona's centrally located El Born walking distance from many important attractions including the famous Picasso museum. Multiple occupancy apartments with private bedroom and shared bath equipped with kitchen, washing machine, living and sleeping area. (Shared bedrooms available at discounted rate.)
  • Optional daily walking tours of Barcelona with Stefani
  • Q & A time with Laura
  • Opening night tapas reception and informational meeting
  • Small group size and individual attention
  • Trip packet including a map of Barcelona, recommended restaurants and stores, tips, and survival Spanish phrases (you're on your own for Catalán:).
  • A bilingual guide (me!)
  • A chance to do it all with a small, supportive group of people


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How many classes do we have each day? We will have two hours of classes with David a day and one hour of practice/support sessions with Laura.

*Trip details subject to change