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Faye R wrote a review Nov 2014
Cadiz, Spain7 contributions6 helpful votes
Intimate atmosphere and a 'must' when visiting the old town. This is the way to experience Flamenco. It seems to be free most of the time but a small charge is sometimes made for visiting artists. The service is very friendly and welcoming.
Date of experience: October 2014
john b wrote a review Oct 2014
Valparaiso, Indiana776 contributions340 helpful votes
Can't believe TA doesn't have much of anything about Arcos. Came here because its the beginning of the white hill towns. I thought they would all be walled like Italy Tuscan towns. Arcos was really the only one. We loved walking up the hill from our hotel and around the old city. Very small/ very quaint with amazing views. The sq. Plaza del Cabildo has great views but is basically a parking lot. The 2 churches are very nice to see and just being part of it was a wonderful relaxing afternoon. I think Arcos is a great place to stop if in the area but unless you are going to stay overnight not worth getting off the highway.…
Date of experience: September 2014
TinaAmsterdam wrote a review May 2014
Amsterdam, The Netherlands1 contribution2 helpful votes
In the afternoon two very nice women made delicious salads for us and did all they could to help us find an accommodation for the night in a very crowded Arcos. That same evening there was great flamenco music and dancing!
Date of experience: May 2014
Paolaspring wrote a review Mar 2014
1 contribution1 helpful vote
My boyfriend and I,stopped in (for dinner) at this beautiful restaurant and we had a great time! Excellent cuisine and great company of the owners!I recommend it to everyone!