Toros de Guisando, El Tiemblo

Toros de Guisando is located in El Tiemblo. For Toros de Guisando and beyond, use our El Tiemblo route planning app to get the most from your El Tiemblo vacation.
Create an itinerary including Toros de Guisando
Places to stay near Toros de Guisando
Toros de Guisando Reviews
Rate this attraction
TripAdvisor Traveler Rating
TripAdvisor Traveler Rating 3.0
131 reviews
  • It is a must-visit place although it shipped fast I surprised is the price 2 euros per adult over price for my taste paraphernalia istorica having assembled there believe that it is not worth them but is part of our historic legacy and I think you have to vis itarlo but these unjustified prices
    View original
  • Impressive for its age, meaning and history... but they are a bit abandoned. I think that ublicitar could be more and take more than performance. If this monument were serious us known worldwide, but still here... know about it the people of the place and surroundings. That's what I mean...
    View original
  • If you're interested in historical artefacts I can't imagine you wouldn't love the Bulls of Guisando! We visited on a beautiful sunny autumn day, so definitely saw them at their best! I'd also add tha...  more »
  • Great Mountains, great area!
  • Historical grounds
  • Steeped in history and goddesses. But €2 to see four stones in the middle of nowhere is expensive. They should remain free and exploit a restaurant or something to help their preservation.
    View original
  • A place of great historical importance and privileged. Together with the monastery of San Geronimo worth visiting place. Ah! Four stones are not without importance and evil. They have their archaeological and historical value and when they were not closed were vandalized by what has had to be protected. Thing is, the first time that has happened. I personally encourage all those who wish to see them it is worth! Year dating back to 400 BC. 👍
    View original
  • The experience is worthwhile. It is a historic and unique place. But in recent years they have surrounded it and now I have to pay €2 for visiting it. I feel good if it is to keep it, the problem is that it is a private (when it should be the State's) place, and the money goes to a company, not for national heritage. I still have fond memories of this place. And today still in perfect condition. Although the visit you will not take more than 5 minutes.
    View original

Plan your trip to El Tiemblo

  • Get a personalized plan

    A complete day-by-day itinerary
    based on your preferences
  • Customize it

    Refine your plan. We'll find the
    best routes and schedules
  • Book it

    Choose from the best hotels
    and activities. Up to 50% off
  • Manage it

    Everything in one place.
    Everyone on the same page.