In this Jerez de la Frontera Flamenco Tour you can discover the main places of interest of the city. These are related to the purest art of this land: flamenco. This tour is divided into two distinct zones. One part starts from the Tourist Information Office in Plaza del Arenal and the other from the Plaza del Mamelón.
In this Jerez de la Frontera Flamenco Tour you can discover the main places of interest of the city. These are related to the purest art of this land: flamenco. This tour is divided into two distinct zones. One part starts from the Tourist Information Office in Plaza del Arenal and the other from the Plaza del Mamelón. Both squares are well known in the city of Jerez.
If we start from the Plaza del Arenal we find the Barrio San Miguel neighbourhood. We walk by the Tabanco San Pablo and Tabanco Las Banderillas, typical places of the city where to drink wine and eat some tapas. Finally, we arrive at the Church of San Miguel.
Following the orange line marked on the map, we find ourselves facing a square where the Lola Flores monument is, in front of the Palacio de Villapanes. This copla and flamenco singer, dancer and actress, was born in Jerez de la Frontera.
Once you pass the Palacio de Villapanes, taking the first street on the left and continuing straight we can find the tablaoflamenco La Guarida del Ángel. This tablao is located in the gypsy neighbourhood where Lola Flores was born. The shows organised here are not free. Here visitors can enjoy an exhibition of photos, posters and very personal memories of the artist.
We return to the Villapanes Palace and, following the orange lines of the map, we find the Church of San Telmo on the right. It is located next to the Plaza de la Expiración. On the left you will find the Church of La Yedra, which the statue of La Paquera de Jerez is in front of it, a flamenco singer.
Once you finish this tour you have to move to the other area of the Jerez de la Frontera Flamenco Tour. Walking by the Ancha Street, which starts at Plaza Mamelón, it takes you to the Casa Pérez Luna and the Church of San Marco. Following the orange lines you will reach the Andalusian Flamenco Centre, which you can visit for free.
Downwards, you will pass by monuments such as the Church of San Juan de los Caballeros, the Ponce de León Palace, the San Lucas Church and the Archaeological Museum.
From there we arrive to the Barrio Santiago, a gypsy neighbourhood where we will find the Church of Santiago and the Taberna Flamenca Jerezana.
Here the tour ends. In case you do it leaving the Santiago neighbourhood for last, you can also do it on the contrary and start with that neighbourhood and end up in San Telmo.
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