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Plaza de Toros de Ronda, Ronda
Categories: Tourist Spots, Arenas & Stadiums
In atmospheric Plaza de Toros de Ronda, it's easy to imagine a raucous crowd letting out a collective "Olé!" as a costumed bullfighter deftly averts a steaming-mad bull. At one time, this was one of Spain's most important bullrings. It features 136 pillars and 68 arches lining 2 rows of seating and a stone passageway leading to the large dirt circle in the middle. Its rural location means bullfights take place infrequently these days, but tours of the arena and bullpens remain on offer. Check out the small chapel where bullfighters pray before taking to the ring. To see collections of royal harnesses and antique firearms, head into the museum. Make Plaza de Toros de Ronda a part of your Ronda vacation plans using our Ronda itinerary maker.
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Plaza con encanto especial, nos gustó mucho, además está la escuela de equitación y coincidió que estaban dando clase.Visita obligada en Ronda.Square with special charm, we liked, in addition is the riding school and agreed that they were taking class. Re-fuel in round.show original
Interesting to see. Tickets are 7 euros a piece. Good museum underneath the seating of the ring. Easy to access from the old and new part of Ronda.
Interessante l'esperienza di visitare l'arena della corrida. Si può visitare completamente, se siete nelle zone non perdetevelo.Interesting the experience of visiting the Bullring. You can visit completely, if you are in areas not miss it.show original
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.
Love the place we can get in without cow fighting completition! Feeling we own the place
Interesting museum on the history of bullfighting, regardless of whether you are for or against this "sport". The bullring itself is an impressive bullring, well worth a visit.
Actually pretty nice but not much to see other than the building. Museum part is very dark.
Interesting place to visit despite what it represents
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