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noholdluggage wrote a review Mar 2020
Ballymena, United Kingdom555 contributions69 helpful votes
Like others, we didn't actually go into the museum but were able to go in and look at the bullring. Never been a fan of bull fighting but you can see how it would have been exciting in an amphitheatre style. Now used for local concerts and events. Originally very old but has been rebuilt and built upon so it doesn't look like it originally did. Still worth a look. Has a restaurante where you can get a meal or just coffee and cake.…
Date of experience: February 2020
Ellis W wrote a review Mar 2018
2 contributions3 helpful votes
This is an interesting venue to learn about the culture of bullfighting. Many elaborate costumes of the matadors. I only wish that there was a bit of English translation. There were other English speaking visitors there and I am sure that would have appreciated some descriptive English translation. Go on Monday as there is no change.…
Date of experience: March 2018
Kenny wrote a review Jan 2018
London, United Kingdom80 contributions19 helpful votes
Located a short stroll from the old town the museum is well worth a visit to saviour a little piece of old Malaga. It was incredibly interesting to see a part of Spanish culture that is now slowing disappearing. Free entry on the day we visited not sure how often this applies.
Date of experience: January 2018
Noraatc wrote a review Jan 2018
Sudbury, Massachusetts23,434 contributions1,114 helpful votes
We did not visit the museum but took a peek at the bullfighting arena. We are not fans of bullfighting in general, but it was worth a 10 minutes stop. There is a restaurant and a gift shop inside.
Date of experience: November 2017
Francisco P p wrote a review Dec 2017
Antequera, Spain16 contributions9 helpful votes
It is a good restaurant.sourronding are quite. You may try the bull tail. Rabo de toro especiality.if you never had it í will recomend to any one.
Date of experience: May 2017