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Spain's complex capital

Once little more than a Roman way station and Moorish fort, Madrid owes much of its existence to the fickle patronage of the kings of Spain. The city’s transition from sleepy backwater to imperial capital and modern metropolis has been erratic, leaving Madrid with a complex personality. The crowded flea markets of the Rastro, the green spaces of the Retiro, the Habsburg pomp of Los Austrias and the bold vision of the new Reina Sofia museum are just some of the sides of this multi-faceted city.

Café de Chinitas

Café de Chinitas

One of Spain's best flamenco clubs

One of Spain's best flamenco clubs Editors' Note

Café de Chinitas is on of the best flamenco clubs in Mardid, if not all Spain. On one floor, the Cafe de Chinitas presents some of the finest flamenco artists in the world. Guests can take dinner here before the shows, or opt for just drinks during the dance.

Most of the artists who appear at this venue are gypsy-born flamenco dancers from Madrid, Barcelona, and Andalusia. Their traditional and authentic performances are something that should not be missed.

Café de Chinitas
Torrija 7, 28013 Madrid
Shows Mon to Sat at 10 PM