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A great course for a different Sevilla experience - highly recommended

Since we wanted to experience something different than the usual city tour on our Spain trip with friends, we decided to book a Flamenco dance course for beginners in English. This was one of the top highlights of the holiday. The dance studio is in the old town of Sevilla within walking distance of the Plaza de Toros (so the best way to get there is by public transport). We were greeted very warmly by Eva, our teacher, and she was confronted with the situation of managing a group of 10 "dancers" between the ages of 7 and 45. She did this wonderfully well. With her open nature she immediately succeeded in getting both the children and us enthusiastic about Flamenco - for 90 minutes! During this time, we managed to learn a simple choreography. Thank you very much Eva, we really, really enjoyed it! Absolutely recommendable!

Seville: 1 Hour Flamenco Dance Lesson Reviewed by Michael, 10/10/2019

Our guide Reyna and driver Manuel made the day special! Good pacing.

This tour exceeded expectations as far as timing, interest and choice of locations. The group, consisting of we two Americans, two Spaniards, Australian and British guests and two Japanese, seemed to come together as friends as the day progressed. The guide Reyna covered cultural, geographic and culinary topics equally well. We saw six of the Alpujarras villages with three major stops and several ‘pull outs’, and had a chance to unwind on the way home. We recommend this experience to other travelers with limited time in Granada.

Alba was great, however the Alhambra is way too crowded!

Albas guidance was nice and informative. However, too many tickets are sold every day for visitors to explore the beautiful Alhambra. That causes a rush through a crowd and there is no time nor space to enjoy the beauty of the place. I recommend to go to the Alhambra EARLY in the morning (7:00 am) and to use an audio guide instead of a guided tour. That gives at least the possibility to visit the monument in your own pace.

Rain did not dampen our appreciation of the Alhambra!

The Alhambra is massive and amazing: Spanish history embodied in one place with its multiple cultures, layers, and restorations thru various architectures and gardens. Against the luxurious beauty of the Muslim art and design is the bold, cold and unique design of Charles V's castle. Our guide, Alda, was excellent! We went back the next day to walk thru the open public areas with her explanations in mind.

Great opportunity to see another side of Granada

Beautiful quaint villages, stunning views, rich history, jamón, jamón y más jamón. There's just enough free time in each village for you to explore on your own-- try the spring water from the town fountains & imagine what life was like in these remote mountains hundreds of years ago. An amazing day!

Alpujarra Experience: Historical Mountain Villages Reviewed by Anonymous, 05/12/2019