Recommendation by Lemi
The Plaza de Toros de Valencia looks very much like the Roman Coliseum. It is just as monumental inside, with a vast sandy ring and thousands of seats. Las Fallas (every March) brings the entire city to life. The seats fill up and the first of the year’s fights kick off! Add a whimsical twist to your bullfighting experience and visit during Las Fallas. It’s Valencia’s biggest fiesta with a charming parade of giant puppet-torches as its main event. Whatever month you decide to drop by, a visit to the Bullfighting Museum is a must. It is unrivaled in its scope, boasting a comprehensive collection of artifacts. Trace exhibits that span hundreds of years in Spain’s bullfighting history!
Carrer de Xàtiva, 28, València, Spain