Stamp Act

No dance is as mysterious as the baile el flamenco, and Madrid boasts a number of venues to enjoy it. We love Café de Chinitas, where there’s something compelling about the slow, come-hither sounds of the gypsy guitar. Although veterans warn that flamenco is difficult to learn, don’t let that stop you from trying to snap and tap your feet in the most traditional and popular of all Spanish dances. Take a lesson from such quality studios as Dance Classes Madrid.
Calle Nunez de Balboa, 17 #2D

Paula Conway
I am the publisher of Conway Confidential, an entrepreneur, author and small business owner. I write about various lifestyle topics including travel, beauty, food and celebrities.
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