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It’s not everyone’s idea of sport and can be seen as barbaric. But when visiting other countries you should at least learn about local cultures and their experiences. It was free also which also encourages visitors . It was interesting and worth a look .
We visited for apps 2hours enough time to do the whole museum. Free entrance. Mostly in Spanish but enough English to still enjoy the history of bull fighting, clear pictures and the matador clothes on show were excellent. Taking photos is ok.Enjoyable 2hours. Unfortunately no...More
Good display of Spanish culture and history of bull fighting. Interesting even if you wouldn't go and watch one! You can walk around the ring and look into the different areas. Lovely gallery featuring important contemporary artists.
Free entry, and good sculptures outside. Tourist information...More
this is in the town and you can sit round outside to relax. didnt take to much notice cause it not my thing. dont like animals being killed for sport. AT THE END OF THE DAY ITS THERE COUNTRY AND THEY SHOULD BE ABLE TO...More
Visited the Bull ring after visiting the weekly market as only a 10 min walk away. Had a small interesting art exhibition on and a bit about the history and people behind bull fighting. It is free and worth a visit even if you do...More
Walked from the port to this area as looked instresting it was but on going up some steps some disgusting person had used the steps as a toilet leaving there waste and the toilet paper there...walked further around to avoided it was plenty of seating...More
Interesting visit to Bull ring ( I wasn't even aware that bull fights still take place). Nice little museum, with cloaks worn by famous bull fighters, and videos of bull fights. We also had the opportunity to go inside the actual bull ring to take...More