How can you tell when Flamenco is just a show for tourists, and when it’s real?
And what is the true meaning of Flamenco?
Spain has long been associated with the guitar, especially when that guitar is in the hands of a master of Flamenco. On most evenings, after the Palacio Real closes, scores of tourists stroll just next door to one of Madrid's best-known Flamenco clubs. But there are rarely any local people in the audience. Is this Flamenco authentic? Or is there a ‘real’ Flamenco that tourists don’t see?
Tune into Museum Secrets: Inside the Palacio Real, Madrid to find out.
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