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In 1570, King Philip II, who was a great lover of horses, set out on a scheme to create a pure thoroughbred Spanish horse. He ordered the Royal Stables to be built, where he bred the Spanish horse or Andalusian horse, which was of Arab origin. The...more
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Both Cordoba and Jerez are centres of horse riding in Spain and in both cities you can enjoy amazing shows. In Cordoba the show is very good value and while this is put on for visitors, the show is not some Spanish pastiche but part...More
This smacks of a massive tourist trap however while it is done for tourists it is by no means a trap. The show was great and was well worth the ticket price. They even let us in during the day of the show when we...More
Walking by the stables a couple of times en route to and from San Basilio, we were mildly interested but skeptical. Particularly because the evening performance was described as an equestrian performance PLUS flamenco, we expected it would be too touristy for our taste. However,...More
Our hotel bought us tickets in advance. For a few dollars more get the premium seats. They have the best location and are the most comfortable. With the premium tickets you can skip the line when everyone is waiting to get in for the show....More
I'm a horse lover so when my small tour group arranged for us to go this I was thrilled. Its an amazing performance of art, athleticism, equestrian skill and beauty. The horses and their riders are in sync as if a mind meld. The horses...More
I'm not a horse person so wasn't sure I'd enjoy it, but I really did. The artistry was marvellous and graceful, a very pleasant evening's entertainment, and the animals are spectacular.
We went early season so didn't have to book, but it was full so...More
Having the liberty to walk thru the magnificent stables and stand right at the edge of the arenas watching the riders and horses provides a very special opportunity. Be sure you go during the day (included in the price of the 9:00 pm show) to...More
Definitely need to buy your tickets in advance and (even when you do that) make sure that you show up early as seats are not assigned so get best seat by being early.
Do know that use of cameras is strictly prohibited (and they enforce...More
This show involving gorgeous horses, a flamenco dancer, and high step and group horse choreography is mesmerizing and amazing! Ticket price is reasonable, the beauty and grace of these horses as well as the music made for a very enjoyable event. The seats are not...More
Horse lovers with love it.
Animal rights activists will hate it.
The magnificent animals have been specifically breed for centuries and are very well cared for.
As a dog lover I can see that for most of the evening the horses probably enjoyed the exercise...More
Response from Magictravelnow | Reviewed this property |
Hi, yes you are correct they are not really into IT so as the other folks said just stop by it is close and it is the Royal Stables...my hotel kept calling it a horse who but it is dressage the finest I have seen it is... More
Hi, yes you are correct they are not really into IT so as the other folks said just stop by it is close and it is the Royal Stables...my hotel kept calling it a horse who but it is dressage the finest I have seen it is magnificent. Get there an hour early so you can meet the horses and the riders.
They do not allow cameras so don't be disappointed and try and sit on the first few rows you are up close and personal I think they are the best seats in my humble opinion.
I am actually going back in Nov to see them once again. Have fun!