Museo Taurino Antonio Ordonez, Malaga

(2.9/5 based on 15+ reviews on the web)
Museo Taurino Antonio Ordonez is located in Malaga. To visit Museo Taurino Antonio Ordonez on your trip to Malaga, use our Malaga trip itinerary builder.
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  • For the reasonable price of € 1.80, you enter at the Bullring. Architecturally, the building is worth seeing. The Museum is well incomprehensible to a non-Spaniard. What you can read themselves to so is still the Bullfight a popular art form. Adds no values in it-Is not particularly interested in anyway. If you disregard moral values as is the arena absolutely worth seeing. A tip-check opening hours before you go there ...
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  • We were able to finally visit the bullfighting arena, as well as on the occasion of the Museum. It's the bad thing about these Spanish museums is that these inadvertently have no texts in English. Mr entry fee collector didn't say a Word when we tried to ask him something. Does not want to employ 30 euro banknotes were withdrawn from circulation, but in front of the tökkäsi the total amount of the receipt and payment in the form of coins or wanted to. Well, a little bit of a feeling that the Spanish want to forget the whole bullfighting history. Big elikoita have been and suffered a miserable death. The men handsome and view reckless.
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  • If you are going to Malaga at the end of October, I knew that the season of bullfighting is already closed until the spring, but the opportunity to visit this Museum a little compensation for this loss. The Museum is open only until the day 2:00 pm, is located near the port entrance-for a nominal fee in 1.8 euros. Yes, the Museum is small but quite atmospheric. On the walls hung the head killed in the arena the Bulls with their ears cut off, as a measure of courage who killed their torero. You can view pictures of bullfighters suits the most famous of them with a little historical reference. Especially interesting to read about Manolete and one young Bullfighter with a terrible wound on the leg. As far as I remember, the information is presented only in Spanish. Of course, you can go to the arena and see how things work there. The truth is, you can look at it only from the upper rows, go down to the sand cannot be.
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