The Las Setas tablao is a renowned flamenco performance venue located within the iconic Metropol Parasol, more affectionately called Las Setas de Sevilla, a historical monument and the largest wooden structure in the world. The name "Las Setas" translates to "The Mushrooms," a reference to the unique parasol shape that defines the parts of this structure.

A seemingly quirky design, it is steeped in a respect for local culture and history, representing the Cathedral of Seville's vaults and the ficus trees in the Plaza de Cristo de Burgos. In addition to the tablao, the venue is also home to a museum of Roman and Moorish remains, a market, an open-air plaza and performance space, and panoramic terraces. The Las Setas monument and the tablao it holds within it are symbols of Seville that uphold its distinct and storied history.

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Las Setas Flamenco Show

Las Setas Flamenco Show


About Las Setas Tablao

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  • Seating capacity: The Las Setas Tablao has a capacity of 98 seats.
  • Box-like setup: The seats are placed in front of and on either side of the stage with small tables placed at regular intervals.
  • Best views: Seats in the front two rows of the main section, particularly toward the center and in front of the stage, will give you the clearest views of the performance. Seats toward the ends of the rows tend to have partially obscured views while seats on the sides of the stage are at a steep angle.

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  • Address: Setas de Sevilla, Pl. de la Encarnación, Casco Antiguo, 41003 Sevilla, Spain
  • Bus: The nearest stops are Laraña (Plaza Encarnación) and Imagen (Plaza Encarnación), which cover routes 27, 32, and A7. The Seville (Bus Station Plaza de Armas) is 16 minutes away by foot and services the FlixBus routes 785, 785A, 1794, and N1785.
  • Tram: The nearest station is a 12-minute walk away at Plaza Nueva, which services line T1.
  • Subway: The nearest station is Puerta Jerez, 21 minutes away by foot, which services line L1.
  • Parking: There are several garages within walking distance including Parking Imagen on Calle Sta. Angela de la Cruz. There are also bicycle lots nearby, the closest being Aparcamiento para bicicletas on Calle Laraña.
  • Recommended mode of transport: The city's buses are well-connected and several routes stop at or near Las Setas.

Frequently asked questions about Las Setas Tablao

How old is The Las Setas Tablao?

The tablao is relatively newer, but it is housed with Las Setas that opened in 2011. Prior to the construction of this structure, the area was Seville's oldest market, Mercado de Abastos de la Encarnación, which dates back to the 19th century. Before that, the area notably was part of both the Roman and the Andalusian eras from the 12th and 13th centuries.

What is The Las Setas Tablao named after?

The venue is named for the monument within which it is located, “Las Setas,” which translates to "The Mushrooms," owing to the six mushroom-shaped parasols that make up the wooden structure.

What is the address of The Las Setas Tablao?

The tablao is as Setas de Sevilla, Pl. de la Encarnación, Casco Antiguo, 41003 Sevilla, Spain and can be reached easily via the local buses.

Are children allowed at The Las Setas Tablao?

The tablao welcomes patrons of all ages so long as they are accompanied by and sit with an adult.

What are the best seats in The Las Setas Tablao?

With a capacity of just under 100 seats, this tablao is a relatively small space, so you'll have a decent view wherever you sit. That said, flamenco is best viewed up close and personal, so try booking your seats as close to the front of the center section as possible.

How much do The Las Setas Flamenco Show tickets cost?

The prices vary depending on show times, dates, and seats chosen. Tickets to the Las Setas Flamenco Show start at €25.

How long is the Flamenco Show at The Las Setas Tablao?

The show runs for an hour and thirty minutes.

What are some attractions or things to do near The Las Setas Tablao?

In addition to the Las Setas sculpture, this venue is surrounded by historical and heritage sites, some of which have been converted into museums and galleries. These include the Palace of the Countess of Lebrija (16th-century Arabic-style palace and museum), Palacio de las Dueñas (1400s palace filled with art), and Hospital los Venerables (a library that also showcases the works of artists like Diego Velázquez). You'll also find some impressively constructed religious buildings, like the Iglesia de Santa Marina church, and landmark buildings like the La Giralda bell tower and minaret.