Plaza de Toros is a bullring. There are a lot of tourists who come to play in the square. There are a lot of historical materials on this square. The bullfighting project is also fun, and the bullring is also very good.
The Granada Bullring is one of the city’s iconic buildings. It has 14,500 spectator seats. Bullfighting competitions, concerts or large-scale exhibitions are often held here. There are hotels, bars and clubs under the auditorium.
A bullring full of Spanish traditions, a place to visit
This beautiful and lively bullring was the only time I had seen bullfighting in three years of my life in Spain, listening to the ol? "The cheers were so shocking that they were more than the "beautiful" fights and killings in the field, whether the state art or the torture of animals, the bullfighting, which is still debated among the Spanish, but the bullring is a place to look from the museum of bullfighting under the stands to the bullpen in the real world," The entrance, the stable, the typical Spanish horse training course, the royal bleachers, and the yellow sand field in the sun, I still believe that it is a perfect aesthetic experience. Another note: Seeing the bullfighting and visiting the inside of the bullfighting are not compatible. The bullfighting season is 4－ June, 8－ October. Specially to the April game most, to see the timing of early booking, otherwise scalpers benefit.
Toros Square is a ring bullring with 14,500 seats, there is a bullfighting museum under the stage, today bullfighting among the Spaniards, the Spanish bullring is still a must-see, if can catch the bullfighting competition, is very rare, a must-see.
Jeremy_Dodson: I recommended Alhambra,Albayzín,Granada Cathedral,Cliff View,Capilla Real de Granada (Royal Chapel of Granada)
Messiah_Dillon: Here are some hotels near Plaza de Toros de Granada: Alhambra Palace,Granada Five Senses Rooms & Suites,Gar Anat Hotel Boutique,La Casa de la Trinidad,Dauro Hotel