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You won't see much authentic flamenco here, but this gypsy cave in Sacromonte is still a fun night out. It's a show for tourists rather than aficionados and the owners make it easy for you. You get picked up from your hotel by minibus and driven to the Albayzín where an English-speaking guide takes you on a little walking tour through San Nicolás Square before leading you to the cave and the show. You can even book at your hotel reception. It's colourful and lively, but only take along as much money as you want to spend because the waiters are pretty persuasive. There are daily shows at 9.30p and 11p.
Plaza de Toros de Granada is a bullfighting ring which has 14,500 seats, where you may also find other events such as concerts or big exhibitions. It has restaurants, clubs and bars underneath the seating, independent from the events. One of Granada's beloved landmarks, do not miss out on a visit to this historic ring.
The Centro Cultural Medina Elvira is a venue where the locals and tourists alike can come to see spectacular shows and performances. Many of the shows are one time only, and the venue hosts a variety of art forms such as classical music, opera, theater, and ballet. Call for upcoming shows and prices.