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Arenas & Stadiums in Andalucia

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  • GillyBB
    Manchester, UK25 contributions
    Even though we don’t agree with bull fighting we found the place very interesting. Lots of information and the history was very well explained. I would recommend a visit, it’s not expensive and well worth however long you decide to look around
    Written November 13, 2022
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  • syan0vich
    Miami Beach, FL861 contributions
    I don't like to attend bullfights, so visiting this building in Seville was worth the trip.
    Very interesting area and they allow you to go through the whole area and even enter the ring.
    Written November 8, 2022
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  • Mark P
    Cairns, Australia65 contributions
    Wonderful venue, we watched Sevilla vs Real Sociedad, unfortunately Sevilla received 2 red cards in the first 30 mins and lost 1-2. Stadium was a great place to watch football, safe, easy to navigate and an electric atmosphere. Bad result but a fantastic time. One tip of using public transport its better to use the Metro as we used the bus and traffic was bad - hence missed the first 10 mins - wonderful venue.
    Written November 11, 2022
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  • 6kousar
    Manchester, UK49 contributions
    Due to limited time in Malaga we struggle to locate the Malaga stadium, when we finally arrived at the stadium it was due to close. In the souvenir shop we were told it will be closing in five minutes, when we arrived at the reception we were the only one and our guide was Domingo. The stadium was beautiful also the press room, the home dressing room and the Seating area in the stadium. Best of all was the amazing artwork and the illusion of the Malaga FC badge along the main corridor. We have viewed many football stadium but the illusion in the corridor was outstanding just amazing. Domingo was excellent guide.
    Written November 24, 2019
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  • Off their P
    Manchester, UK3,795 contributions
    This area was near to our accommodation so we passed through it a lot. We always stay out near the beach and that inevitably involves walking around the boring.

    If you walk up to the castle you get a wonderful view down onto it and there’s lots going on in the area.

    You can sit in the shade with a coffee and just watch People girl by or enjoy it be in one of the many restaurants. It isn’t the prettiest but it’s still a great place to spend some time.
    Written September 19, 2022
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  • Madrid Experiences
    Madrid, Spain4 contributions
    We were visiting on a Sunday, the place it's very beautiful, landscapes and surroundings, plus the setup and the fields .. amazing! We enjoyed a game during this Torneo International as guests of a polo professional player, he was an excellent host explaining so many details, while we were watching the game from the balcony. Fantastic service, smiling staff and always present to ask if we would like more drinks or we need anything else.
    After the game we enjoyed the entertainment zone having a drink and chatting, meeting friends and sharing the passion for the good life and this fabulous sport.
    The audience's mostly Spanish, locals on holidays. I also asked information about the final on the info desk and they were really polite and willing to help, in English! This place's ideal for corporate and private experiences with premium customization! I will definitely visit again!
    Written August 28, 2019
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  • david1892
    Tullamore, Ireland370 contributions
    Nice place to visit. 1 hour is fine. Easy and quick acess. Only 10 euro adult entry fee.Self tour of the concourse before you go into the ring. You can stroll around the ring and sit in the stand.
    Written November 8, 2021
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  • ABurrows1
    Wigan, UK17 contributions
    After visiting the market we called into the bull ring out of interest. Fascinating insight. We toured the arena, pens, chapel and other areas. The old Spanish guides were very amenable despite not speaking any English ( why should they). I don’t agree with this tradition but non the less the arena tour was really interesting. Donations on leaving but no set price. Combine it with the Saturday morning market for a good few hours.
    Written August 5, 2019
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  • m1wojtek
    Cieszyn, Poland48 contributions
    Big but not very nice from outside (from inside great). Is has a big sport shop near it. Worth to see
    Written February 8, 2019
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  • Tim M
    Banstead, UK234 contributions
    This is where my running club all met up had a beer after the Torremolinos half marathon seemed ok, so if you run the half marathon here’s where you go for a beer
    Written February 9, 2020
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  • egjohndoe
    2 contributions
    We visited in October 2019 and spent about two hours. The owner/manager of the museum descends from a long line of bullfighters. He was very interesting along with all the exhibits. The bulls and clothing exhibits were rich. The museum of fossils from southern Spain also very interesting. There is a good size cultural and historical museum upstairs. The owner has original old posters of bullfights for sale. Very nice if you like bullfighting history
    Written January 8, 2020
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  • JLeeHazlett
    Fairbanks, AK89 contributions
    My husband and I decided to catch a Granada CF game while we were in town. We had a bit of trouble finding our seats, but that may have just been because this was only our second football game so we weren't yet used to the arrangements.

    I can't speak much to the stadium's physical merits (we could see well from our seats and nothing looked like it was going to collapse, so that's always good), but I was impressed by the crowd's fervor. We had just watched the Barcelona v. Arsenal Champion's League round of 16 game at Camp Nou a few days before, so the bar was set pretty high. The Granada fans surpassed it. They were more vocal and active overall than the crowd at Camp Nou had been by far. As great as it was to see football all-stars playing at Camp Nou, if I had to pick between seeing another game there or seeing one at Los Carmenes I would choose the latter. The fans really made the atmosphere something special.

    Los Carmenes would be a great place to take kids or people who aren't already football fans, as the tickets are much cheaper than they are at the more famous stadiums like Camp Nou and Santiago Bernabeu. We had the most expensive seats that were available when we bought our tickets the day before, and we still only paid 40 Euros each. I think the cheapest ones were in the 25 Euros range. It was a great price for two hours of watching La Liga football with the locals. Taxis are cheap to the stadium, too; we came from our hotel near Plaza Nueva and only paid 8 Euros each way.
    Written June 21, 2016
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  • Douglas M
    Mount Vernon, ME537 contributions
    We had an fabulous time at the stadium today, with our family, watching the Cadiz soccer team win. Getting tickets and finding our seats was very easy!
    Written November 1, 2019
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  • RednotTan
    Manchester, UK91 contributions
    Always think going to a football match is a good way to share what the local people do away from the tourist hot-spots. This stadium is really easy to reach by car, being next to the motorway and with masses of free-parking outside. We bought our tickets at the box office, wandered across the river into the city centre for a drink and snack then came back with the green and white clad fans to watch their promotion-chasing team in action. The ground looks unfinished from the outside, but is very neat inside and the atmosphere is good with big crowds considering the relatively lowly league Cordoba are currently in. Food and drink inside was a very limited choice and if you sit higher up in the stands be prepared for a lot of steps to get to your seat - although that then gives you a view of the historic city centre a few hundred metres across the river.
    Written May 29, 2022
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  • Alfred V
    Amsterdam, The Netherlands2,822 contributions
    This stadium is most noticeable for the fact that Sevilla made a bid for the Summer Olympics twice ('04 and '08) and failed to win twice, so this stadium is the only reminder of that.
    Written September 22, 2017
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