PRESS RELEASE: Flamenco in Barcelona Infographic released with ‘Flamenco Fridays’ Launch

May 24, 2012 | Barcelona Guide

Enjoy Barcelona has launched a new travel guide and infographic on flamenco in Barcelona as part of their new ‘Flamenco Fridays’ service.

flamenco in Barcelona infographic
New travel information – available on line or as an ebook – about how to catch the best flamenco in Barcelona – has been published by Barcelona apartments site, Enjoy Barcelona.

Flamenco Fridays’ is a new service offered by the apartments travel site aimed at providing a one-stop information source for travelers keen to immerse themselves in the Spanish customs and lifestyle when they visit. ‘Flamenco Fridays’ offers free flamenco gift packs to any traveler booking their apartments accommodation on a Friday. The gift packs include a flamenco gift, a copy of the Enjoy Guide to Flamenco in Barcelona, and discount coupons to other Barcelona activities.

The Barcelona Flamenco infographic reveals that around the globe, Barcelona flamenco is a sought-after travel activity, with 1900 curious travelers looking for information each month, keen to embrace Spain’s passionate folk dance as audience members and – increasingly – as participants.

“Many of our guests want to explore the real Barcelona, which is why they stay in an apartment rather than a hotel,” said Enjoy Apartments owner, Ralph Taal.

“Going to a flamenco performance is often a key travel activity that our guests want to explore. We started Flamenco Fridays a way to inspire travelers to explore the professional quality flamenco shows on offer throughout the city. We have all the details on our city guide webpages for anyone planning their itinerary.”

Travelers can book events and arrange their itinerary knowing they are choosing the best events showcasing flamenco in Barcelona by using the infographic. This summarizes the reviews of the most popular flamenco venues across the city and details event information, and venue locations.

“We can also book activities for our guests at no extra charge – either a flamenco dinner and show, or individual and group classes with one of Barcelona’s best flamenco performers”, said Mr Taal.

As summer holidays approach, more people planning a Bacelona visit are searching for travel information, and are keen to add catching the passionate Spanish folk dance to their travel itinerary. Google search notes that there has been a 50% increase in searches for “flamenco in Barcelona” and “Barcelona flamenco show” recently, adding to the already high level of monthly global search enquiries and regular forum discussions on flamenco in Barcelona. The Enjoy Flamenco in Barcelona infographic and city guide will be useful resources for all travelers looking to explore the city and wanting to enjoy the best of Spanish culture.