People with bullfighting complex must see if Euro 7 is worth seeing their inner feelings completely. Bullfighting, as the quintessence of Spain, is now banned in most parts of the country. Seville can still go on, but 4.1 has not started there. Regrettably, there is no need to worry about whether to watch the bloody performance. Standing on the arena covered with yellow sand, the blood boiling instantly. It can be imagined that the bullfighters face all kinds of glory and satisfaction when they cheer on the arena.
Spain has only one bullfight venue. Only the victorious bullfighters in the Red Gate can come out gloriously and look forward to coming again this season. From April to September, there are competitions. Usually, visitors are 8 Euros, 7-11 years old and 3 Euros. They have Chinese guides for 35 minutes. Visit museums and bullfights to experience the scenery of bullfighters.
We happened to meet a bullfight that is said to be more famous for its performance, so the ticket price is much higher than usual. It seems that it takes more than 30 euros for a person, and it is not a good seat. Their fares are set according to the position of the stand. They are also divided into East and west. We are sitting in the east. It's about 4 or 5 p.m., so it's exactly the position of the sun, but the performance is still wonderful. On our way to the show, we saw a lot of people taking a cotton mat and newspaper. At first, we didn't know why. When we got there, we knew that this was the symbol of bullfighting. The mat was on a stone stool. Newspapers could be used to shade the sun and fan the wind.
Seville - Longda Town is the birthplace of bullfighting art. Seville also sees bullfighting as the heritage of the city's own culture. Walking through the streets of the town, shops everywhere are full of stories about bullfighting, souvenirs and cow clothing and other related content, it is worth seeing.
Plaza de Toros de Sevilla is the oldest bullfight in Spain. It is the venue of Seville's annual Abelier Festival, one of the most famous bullfighting festivals in the world. The square is considered to be one of the city's most enjoyable tourist attractions, and certainly one of the most visited. As a bullfight stage, it is considered one of the most challenging environments in the world because of its long history, distinctive characteristics and its audience is considered one of the most ruthless bullfight fans. The square is designed to replace the original rectangular bullfighting ring. The inner facade of the square was completed in 1765. It consists of two parts: the entrance door, the exit place of the successful bullfighter, and the box of the theatre reserved for the exclusive use of the Spanish Royal family. The top part is four arches, above which is a semi-orange arch decorated with white and blue tiles. Without SLR, you can't shoot momentum!
The Seville Bullfight, with more than 12,000 seats, is known as Spain's most important and traditional bullfight, and one of the two bullfighting grounds still in Spain. I would like to see a thrilling bullfight with my own eyes, but unfortunately the time is not right.
The bullfight in Seville, with more than 12,000 seats, is known as Spain's most important and traditional bullfight, and bullfight is still held here every year. The most striking part of the bullfight architecture is the magnificent semi-circular arcade and the prince's gate Puerta del Principe. Opposite the bullfight, there is a sculpture named Carmen, a woman worker in a cigar factory. It is based on the classic image in the novel Carmen. Visits include bullfighting grounds, galleries, bullfighting museums, etc., with an English or Spanish guide explaining the whole journey for about 45 minutes. Every year from April to September, bullfighting competitions are held here from time to time. You can search information and buy tickets on the website.
Sevilla Bullfighting Range, also known as Maestolansa Bullfighting Range, was built in the 18th century after 120 years. It is one of the most representative fighting fields in Spain. The venue is large enough to accommodate more than 10,000 spectators. There is also a museum dedicated to the history of bullfighting in Seville and the exhibition of bullfighting costumes.
Seville Bullfight, also known as the Royal Knights Club Bullfight, was the place where the Royal Bullfight took place in Spain in the Middle Ages. The bullfight area is very large. It can accommodate 30,000 people to watch at the same time. It has great momentum. Unfortunately, I missed the bullfight performance and could only take a few pictures inside.
Flamenco and bullfighting are the quintessence of Spain! Seville bullfight is one of the most important and largest in Spain. Unfortunately, when we visited Seville, it was December. We missed the bullfight season. We could not see the excitement of the bullfight on the spot. We could only look around in the bullfight.