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Plaza de Toros de Pamplona is a bullring in Pamplona, Spain. It is currently used for bull fighting. Built in 1922, the stadium holds 19,720 people. It is the end point of the famous Running of the bulls during the festival of San Fermín.
|Tuesday||10:30 AM – 7:30 PM|
|Wednesday||10:30 AM – 7:30 PM|
|Thursday||10:30 AM – 7:30 PM|
|Friday||10:30 AM – 7:30 PM|
|Saturday||10:30 AM – 7:30 PM|
|Sunday||10:30 AM – 1:30 PM|
Was here during the san fermin festival. It was amazing. I recommend it to anyone. But be ready to eat and drink a lot. Lol
It's an amazing place to stay! I like to see how the little cows run behind the people! I wouldn't be there to see how they kill to the bull but overall San Fermin could be perfect as it is but without killing the bulls.I highly recommend the plaza de toros there is to much happiness around there they really enjoy the festival =)
Great place for evoking the words of Hemingway in The Sun Also Rises. See the statue honoring Ernest outside the arena. Don't go on a Monday, because they are closed for tours then.
Incredible place ever! I love here super crazy though lol
Dream come true going here! Very reasonably priced and an amazing experience to be able to wander around and visit.
You're packed in very tightly but the views are great from anywhere. Love that there are bands playing during the event and that you can bring your own drinks in. The sangria buckets looked to be a big hot and are sold right outside.
Interesting historical building with good description of the history on external signs.
It was good but kinda pricey and not much to do inside.
Fascinating history. Excellent audio guide and not expensive
A great audiovisual walk-through of the Running of the Bulls and the ensuing bull fight. Highly recommended.
Even though out of season and no bull run, being in a bull ring was still an amazing experience. The self-guided audio tour, the visual and sound effects was really interesting to give a feel of the action. The small museums also adequate and interesting. And finally the opportunity to be photographed as a “matador”!