Guided tour

Seville: Bullring Guided Tour & Skip-the-Line Ticket

Activity provider: Sevilla Única
Guided tour

Seville: Bullring Guided Tour & Skip-the-Line Ticket

Activity provider: Sevilla Única
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From US$ 27.09 per person

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Learn more about Spanish culture, the aim of bullfighting, and its history through the centuries. Visit the museum and the chapel where bullfighters pray, and enter the arena as a bullfighter would.

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Duration 1 hour
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Skip the line through express security check
Live tour guide
English, Spanish
Wheelchair accessible


  • Visit the Bullfight Museum and find out about the history of bullfighting
  • Explore the horses' courtyard and the chapel
  • Feel like a bullfighter entering the arena as you pass through the main gate
  • Admire the bullring from the middle of the arena
  • Learn more about Spanish culture
Full description
Waste no time waiting in line with a skip-the-line ticket to the bullring in Seville — the Plaza de Toros de la Real Maestranza. Take an included 1-hour guided tour to get the most out of your visit, and enjoy the use of an included headset so you don't miss a moment of your guide's commentary. During the activity, visit the Bullfight Museum, which is divided into 4 different parts. Discover the aim of bullfighting and the history of it. Learn about the different parts of a bullfight and all the people who have a share in it. Take a look at original bullfighter costumes, capes, and more. Next, head to the horses' courtyard and admire the chapel where bullfighters pray before the fight. Stay for a few minutes in front of the main gate, hear the sound of the opening wood door, then enter the arena like a bullfighter. From the middle of the arena, contemplate the tendidos (front rows), look at the bull pens (toriles), and appreciate the most important gate in the bullring: the Prince's Gate. If the matador crosses it, he gets a wonderful reception.
  • Official tour guide
  • Headsets to hear the tour guide clearly
  • Skip-the-line tickets

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    Meeting point

    Please arrive 15 minutes before the tour starts. Look for “Sevilla Única Tours” at the main gate.

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    Important information

    What to bring

    • Passport or ID card
    • Passport or ID card for children

    Know before you go

    •  The tour will be conducted in Spanish and English simultaneously
    • If you have paid for the senior, student, or child fare, you must bring your passport with you to prove your age. Students must also bring a valid student ID card
    • Please note, your guide is not responsible for any changes to the opening times, restrictions of access, or security issues at any of the monuments visited
    Customer reviews

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    4.6 /5

    based on 259 reviews

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    Our tour guide was quite informative, and shared with us many aspects of the art and tradition of bullfighting of which we weren't aware. In the end, we were able to step out onto the floor of the arena, which was quite thrilling after all that we had learned.

    March 24, 2023

    Really cool to learn the history of Bullfighting as I have never been particularly interested in it before. I appreciate to have learned about the different roles within the arena. This tour is definitely worth doing when spending time in Seville! I recommend!

    March 24, 2023

    The tour was very informative and we learned a lot! Our tour guide was very knowledgeable. The only drawback was the language and volume- because of the ear piece, and Margarita speaking a bit softly, it was hard for people who are not used to listening to Spanish speakers speak English to understand (my older parents). I could understand because I am fairly used to this as I am an English teacher, but for someone who is not used to hearing English with a Spanish accent, it was hard for them to understand.

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    March 24, 2023

    Product ID: 292115