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Real Maestranza: Guided Tour with Optional Seville Cathedral Visit

  • Duration: 1h
  • Group of max. 10 people
  • 1-hour guided tour of the Real Maestranza arena (in English or Spanish)
  • Priority access to the various parts of the arena
  • Radio guide system, when required
  • Admission to the Seville Cathedral (if selected)
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Anthony,  United Kingdom United Kingdom
19 May 2022
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The visit would have been much less powerful without the Guided Tour. I got so much more insight into the history of Plaza de Toros Seville and the heritage of Spanish bullfighting from the...
The visit would have been much less powerful without the Guided Tour. I got so much more insight into the history of Plaza de Toros Seville and the heritage of Spanish bullfighting from the Guide's passionate knowledge and feeling for this.
Real Maestranza: Guided Tour with Optional Seville Cathedral Visit
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András,  Hungary Hungary
16 Jul 2021
Excellent
Our guide was excellent! She is extraordinary, very nice and really enthusiastic about bullfighting.
Real Maestranza: Guided Tour with Optional Seville Cathedral Visit
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Kelly,  United States United States
08 Nov 2021
Excellent
Excellent guide and easy to use the app
Real Maestranza: Guided Tour with Optional Seville Cathedral Visit

About: Plaza de Toros de la Real Maestranza de Caballería de Sevilla

Seville’s Real Maestranza de Caballería is one of the most famous and significant bullfighting arenas in Spain. Its original construction dates back to 1749, and the arena has been used to host the divisive local tradition for centuries. It's estimated that over 4,000 bulls are killed as part of corridas around the country every year.

To this day, bullfighting remains a popular tradition in Seville, despite being seen as controversial by individuals and organizations in and out of Spain. The annual Feria de Abril, or April Festival, features daily events in the Real Maestranza, which is known for its especially intense atmosphere.

Plaza de Toros de la Real Maestranza de Caballería de Sevilla
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