Entry is normally 25 euros for a 40 minute tour and entry to the museum, but as they were dismantling the temporary roof from a rock concert it was reduced to 9 euros. This made it good value for money but the downside was the sand and main arean was covered by the partially dimantled roof (we knew this before we opted to go in). The tour was infomative and their passion for the 'sport' was evident. The fighting season is from March to Octobger with the main time during May when there is a fight session every day (otherwise at least one per weekend and on bank holidays). Each session lasts about 2 hours with 3 fights entry tickets range from 5 euros for a seat high up (still good views) to 150 euros for prime seats in the shade. Buidling was fascinating to see and again shows the pride the Spanish have in the sport. Would recommend geeting metro to Las Ventas as this pops up right outside the arena, other wise it is about a 40 minute walk from Ciebeles.
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