Plaza de Toros de la Real Maestranza de Caballería de Ronda, Ronda
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  • The only arena throughout Spain that you can enjoy from the perspective of the Bullfighter. Here you can relive the paths that bull and Bullfighter make still on occasions of the shows. Not to be missed!
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  • Learn a lot about bull fighting history as well as the history of Spain. The audio guide is well worth the extra cost 
  • Too bad for €6 / p for even a museum serte well supplied in parts of pageantry of the bullfighters but sen more especially with the arena empty.
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  • Plaza de toros mais antiga da Espanha.
  • Ronda's bullring, in the Plaza de Toros, is the oldest in Spain. It is quite splendid. The neo-classical interior comprises two storeys with Tuscan columns. There is also a bull-fighting museum and, every September, the Goyesque bullfights take place in the bullring. The three-day feria y fiestas de Pedro Romero were inspired by the great friendship that existed between Francisco de Goya and Pedro Romero, the great bullfighter - if one can call someone who slaughtered over 6000 bulls great! Nonetheless, he is regarded as the father of modern bullfighting.
  • Love or loathe the idea of the Corrida this is the perfect place to visit. It will either leave you astounded or vindicated but either way will give you some perspective on why bull fighting existed and what it means to the culture of this part of Spain. Look out for the pupils of the resident horse riding school parade gracefully in the arena. The gift shop had some really nice things that you mostly won't find in the general tourist shops so this is worth a visit on its own.
  • Interesting history of the ring. These places are usually brought to life best with a local guide rather than an audio guide or just reading the boards yourself.
  • The museon quite interesting but the plaza is the most.