The bullring of The Real Maestranza of Cavalry of Seville is the seat of the bullfights that take place in Seville. This is a spectacular and singular building that should be aware of the tourists that visit the city.
Bullring of original Seville was built in wood and dates back to the year 1,733, making it one of the oldest in Spain, in addition to being the first circular-shaped.
For lovers of bullfighting the Maestranza is considered square most important and largest bullfighting tradition of Spain, popularly nicknamed as the “Cathedral of el Toreo”. On the outskirts of the square, visitors can find statues dedicated to the Sevillian bullfighters who have triumphed over, highlighting the one dedicated to the torero Curro Romero.
In addition, the Maestranza has bullfighting Museum and a specialized library.
On the other hand, the bullring is owned by a Nobiliara Corporation, a group of aristocrats knights who carry out multiple activities of charity and social, of promoting support for bullfighting and Equestrian art.
The Maestranza bullfighting Museum
In the year 1989 was inaugurated on the outskirts of the square the Museo Taurino of the Real Maestranza de Caballeria. Those who visit it can find a fantastic journey through the history of bullfighting in the form of posters, paintings, costumes and lights, sculptures…
Should you wish to visit the Museum in group required that you fill out a form on this website.
How to view the Maestranza
Timetable to see the The Maestranza:
- From 01 may to 31 may from Monday to Sunday from 09:30 to 20:00
- From the 01 nov to April 30 from Monday to Sunday from 09:30 to 19:00
- The 01 Oct to 31 oct from Monday to Sunday from 09:30 to 20:00
- From jun 01 to sep 30 from Monday to Sunday from 09:30 to 23:00
Prices for The Maestranza:
- General: €7
- Reduced: € 4
- Children: €3
Hotels near the Maestranza de Sevilla
Get your accommodation near the bullring in Seville and enjoy the city and stay in the historical, within 500 metres of the monuments as well as the District of Triana and the Guadalquivir River.