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This is an impressive building to see from the outside. When we visited to see the building it was very busy around the area and were surprised to find out that a bull fight was about to take place, and surprised by how busy and...More
Did not stay long because did not want to see the bull die. Walk around outside and see the vendors. You can buy fans, stuff animals. There is a shop across the street where you can buy a bull fighting poster and they will put...More
You have to recognize that this as an historical event that has been a part of Spanish Culture for hundreds of years! It is not for the faint of heart, millennials, or vegetarians.
This is a pure cultural experience that probably won't be around in...More
Left after 10 minutes or so. It’s about a show of a matador stabbing into the bull repeatedly until the bull faints. Then people cheer, louder when the bull faints. The bull is then dragged along the whole arena as a sign of victory. So...More
I was in this square twice as I took two tours that left from here. The place is dominated by the bull fighting building in the center if it. The tour operator said it was the biggest one in Spain and that the ads very...More
What a stunning piece of architecture, situated so close to the metro. The audio tour is really interesting and well priced at €14 per adult. As it’s self led you can take your time going around the different locations. We sat for 20 mins in...More
Historic Spanish "sport" or pass time that is still allowed in this country because of the tradition.
During one event you will see 5 bulls being brought down by different toreadores, picadores, banderilleros and matadores. The atmosphere is exceptional as locals shout when the bull...More
this is a very interesting tour, there is a museum of the Bullfighters of the past which we went around in about 45 mins while we waited for a tour of the Bull ring in English. very well presented and interesting even though i am...More
We debated if we should see a bull fighting or just get a tour of the place. But we don't like the idea of watching an animal die.
We went for the your and I was really exciting and it was nice to get the...More
Hi, it’s better to buy online. I used Vistingo and they had just implemented an email ticketing service. They emailed me the tickets which I saved on my phone (you have to be able to open the tickets on your device) and the... More
Hi, it’s better to buy online. I used Vistingo and they had just implemented an email ticketing service. They emailed me the tickets which I saved on my phone (you have to be able to open the tickets on your device) and the tickets were scanned from my phone at the gate. No need for hotel deliver or printing tickets. Raphael, who dealt with me, gave me the best possible seats for the area I wanted. Enjoy!
We paud 25 euro for a good seat. At about mid level. Be careful you dont have the sun in your eyes. Tickets are clearly marked to show the suns position. Went for 2 hours. 6 fights lasting 20 minutes. 3 matadors each fight... More
We paud 25 euro for a good seat. At about mid level. Be careful you dont have the sun in your eyes. Tickets are clearly marked to show the suns position. Went for 2 hours. 6 fights lasting 20 minutes. 3 matadors each fight twice