The Maestranza, known in its full title as ‘Plaza de Toros de la Real Maestranza de Caballería de Sevilla’ is a bullring situated in Seville, Spain. It is one of the most well-known bullrings in the world and is known for its cavalry training. The ring is considered one of the most challenging in the world for bullfighting due to its characteristics, history and the local fans. Construction of the bullring was started in the 18th century, in the 20th-century parts of the bullring were rebuilt to how the bullring stands today. The bullfighting season in the city of Seville runs from March till September.
The closest metro stop to the bullring is ‘Puerta de Jerez’ on line 1. The closest tram stop is ‘Archivo de Indias’ on T1. Take the bus to ‘Paseo de Colon’, the 03, 21, 40, 41, A2 and C5 all stop there.
Opening Times and Admission
You can attend bullfighting events during the bullfighting season which runs from March till September, tickets can be purchased from the stadium's box office. You can also tour the bullring and museum at any point in the year. Tours run from 9.30am-7pm in the winter months (November to March) and 9.30am-9pm in the summer months (April to October). Tour prices are set at 9 euros for adults, students and pensioners 5 euros and 3 euros for children.