An ancient Spanish tradition

Bullfighting is an ancient Spanish tradition, and Valencia is one of the best places to enjoy this blood sport many see as an art.

The stadium was built in 1841 and holds up to 12,884 people.

Right next to the station

Spanish tradition

Before its construction, the city still organized bullfights but without a bullring. Now, even though it’s Valencia’s home for bullfighting, it also hosts other kind of events from time to time.

Its location next to the North Station help visitors reach the place in no time, also thanks to its proximity to metro stations such as Xátiva.


Bullfighting museum

The Bullring also features a Bullfighting Museum which offers a detailed tour of the evolution of bullfighting from the 18th to the 21st century.

Although more than 3,000 pieces are stored, only 10% are exhibited.

Bullfighter statue

A curious idea

Female traffic lights

When you’re about to go across the street to visit the Bullring, you might notice a strange traffic light. Yes, the figure has longer hair and a skirt.

To celebrate International Women’s Day, Valencia’s City Hall decided to join other cities like Melbourne, and to install traffic lights with a female pedestrian symbol.

Contact Bullring

Get in touch!

(+34) 902 10 77 77
Bullring opening hours

Mondays to Fridays, from 10am to 8pm.
Saturdays, until 2pm. Closed on Sundays.

Museum opening hours

From 10am to 6pm.

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