Two seperate places but worth doing both in one day.
We bought tickets to the museum at 4 euros each.We were then told that they gave us entry to the bull ring too,so well worth it.
The museum was only one room but it did have quite a bit of memorabilia and info in.There are several conquests fixed to the walls and lots of data relating to various matadors etc.
The museum is at the start of the cafes by the taxi cab rank.
The bull ring is at the top of the village,after all of the shops,Well signed and easy to find.
Although it is a small ring you get idea of how things would be in the larger ones.
You can sit and imagine the atmosphere of a fight and then take a look at were the bulls are kept waiting.
Although bull fighting isn't our thing it was still an interesting place to visit.
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