Ronda is one of Spain’s most popular travel destinations. Home to scores of stunning views and a famous bridge, it’s also known for its flamboyant past. Early inhabitants were a colorful bunch, with a large percentage of bandits, highwaymen, and bullfighters filling out the ranks.
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I visited that bull fight arena on my last trip to Spain. I was a bit confused. Did you find the layout a bit confusing (ie finding the museum) or was it just me?
Hi Bestadman, yes, the bullfight museum was kind of hard to find. I think they should advertise it better. I don’t remember seeing any signs or directions to it when we were in the other part of the Plaza de Toros. I’m so glad we didn’t miss it. Did you like the museum?
Nice post! A lot I didn’t know!! I would’ve never thought there was a bull fighting museum but I guess it makes sense because there seems to be a museum for just about everything!!!
Sadly it’s easy to miss the bullfight museum. Most people just tour the arena and the equestrian center, but don’t even know about this excellent museum. Yes, there is a museum for everything, but this was a really good one. Thanks for commenting!
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