Royal Andalusian School of Equestrian Art Admission
- Duration: 2 hours
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Although we had the online tickets we had to stand in the queue at the ticket counter again for paper tickets. It was very nice to see the training but we were not allowed to take pictures inside the arena. There were tours in different languages through the stables, where one can not go in alone. The museum was also very nice and a little bit further away is the carriage museum. All in all a lot you can see for your money and we spent almost 4 hours there. Definitely worth a visit if you like horses!
We enjoyed a really excellent and unique morning at the Royal Andalusian School of Equestrian Art. Our guide Elena was very informative as she showed us the stables and the tack room, and we loved being able to watch the fantastic horses being trained in the arena! We have already recommended it highly as a must do trip in Jerez to friends and family.
This excursion from Seville (the school is actually in Jerez de la Frontera - almost Cadiz!) was a real treat, especially for my wife who is a Horse Whisperer. The level of excellence prevalent in the facility, the students and trainers was palpable. Don’t miss the Saddlery in the small brick building at the back of the grounds!
The Royal Andalusian School of Equestrian Art is an experience not to be missed. There are museums, open areas and the indoor riding arena all to be discovered. Make sure that you book a tour with a guide as this will enhance your visit. Do book to see the show 'the horses dance' as this is amazing.
Very impressed with the visit. We had an excellent guide who spoke good English. We were able to wonder around the school at our own pace observing the excellent facilities.