A tourist lost a wallet with more than 3,500 dollars in Las Ramblas and the local employees return it to him
Barcelona's Ramblas is a place marked by the high tourist influx every day of the year. One of their latest anecdotes has occurred in one of the most historic places par excellence, Tablao Flamenco Cordobes, where their workers found a portfolio with more than 3,500 dollars after one of their shows.
Once they found the wallet and discovered that it was owned by a tourist who had been in the show, the machinery of Tablao Flamenco Cordobes began to work in order to find him. After carrying out the appropriate investigations, the client was found: an Asian tourist who embarked on a cruise ship after leaving his wallet behind. This Sunday, November 11th, he will return from the cruise and recover his wallet with documentation and cash, so this story will finally end in good harbor.
It is not the first time that some event like this has happened, since throughout its almost 50 years of history in Las Ramblas, Tablao Flamenco Cordobes has numerous similar anecdotes in which it was necessary to look for the owner of lost objects in order to successfully return them. On this occasion, the historic tablao once again demonstrates why it is recognised for its impeccable reputation for service and quality to the customer.
Tablao Flamenco Cordobes Barcelona is the tablao of Barcelona par excellence. Founded in 1970, under the direction of a family of artists, it has attracted from its beginnings all the legends of flamenco to Barcelona, consecrating itself as a reference in the flamenco world without losing an apex of authenticity, faithful to its historical heritage as a flamenco tablao.
With this positive act the excellent quality of the services offered by La Rambla is claimed.
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