Plaza de Toros

Plaza de Toros

Plaza de Toros in Seville stands out as the largest and most important bullring in Spain. It is one of the most visited sights, and during the famous Toros de la Real Maestranza de Caballeria de Sevilla festival, it gathers a large number of bullfighting fans from all over the world. The capacity of the arena is 13,000 seats, and it is located on Barailho hill.

It is characterized by a beautiful facade made in the Baroque style. The arena itself was created in the 18th century. The facade inside the arena is called the Prince's box, and it was created in 1765. Apart from the bullfighting area, the seating area, the arena has a special lineage for the royal families. Due to its beauty, history and all the characteristics that it carries, the Plaza de Toros is a place that cannot be missed if you are in Seville. The bullfight is one of the most important events in Seville, special posters are made for this festival announcing the festival. The usual bullfighting season lasts from March to autumn, i.e. the end of September.

During your visit to the arena, you can also visit the Bullfighting Museum, and you can also see statues of people who marked the history of bullfighting and its development. What also leaves a special impression are the vivid colors of the impressive building where the strongest impression is left by the prevailing yellow tones.

The price of admission with a guide is €10
children from 6 to 11 pay €3.5
people over 65 pay €6.

Working hours
from Monday to Sunday from 09:30h to 19:30h

Autor teksta

Maja Glavaš, diplomirani komunikolog. Radi u turizmu.
Kotakt: [email protected]; instagram stranica: travel_europe1

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