This is the main square in Ronda and so it's very touristy but has to be visited. If you're interested in history then the bullring and museum are good but I felt uncomfortable so didn't go there
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We visited with an open viewpoint on the merits of bullfighting in Spain. The way they have planned and laid out the visit is excellent and explains a great deal about the location and the rules, regulations and history of both the sport of bullfighting...More
Visited the Plaza de Toros when we arrived in Ronda. It is the largest bull fighting ring in the world and has a museum with an extensive collection of weapons, outfits and bullfighting regalia. Audio guides are available in different languages.
As a guy who doesn't believe in horse racing, I certainly don't condone the even crueler bullfighting and would never pay to watch that bloody sport. But as a historical monument, I'm willing to pay €7 to check it out. This is one of the...More
I absolutely abhor bull fighting and actually felt quite guilty coming to view the ring. I am glad that we did as it was beautiful and the museum gave us an insight into the culture but it still makes me shudder to think about what...More
The place is kept really great. High quality of presentation of all armor and clothing . No fee for children. Was really interesting to visit this place. You can get insider all areas . A short visit for 30-45 minutes that is really worth it.
Only 7 euros to enter the bullring, this is a fabulous place. We loved it here and sat in the shade up in the high seating area and got lost in thought of old bullfights from times gone by and how it would have looked...More