According to the song, Seville has a special color, something that is totally true. In addition to that, it also has a great historical and cultural heritage that makes your visit a fascinating journey in which you can discover totally opposite places within the same city, all of them with a magic that will captivate you. There is no doubt that one of the main traditions of Seville is bullfighting, also having one of the most beautiful bullrings in the world, the Maestranza . A plaza that has a capacity for 14,000 spectators and with spectacular acoustics for any event.
Inside the bullring is the Bullfighting Museum , where you can review the history of this Spanish tradition that in recent months is more surrounded by controversy than ever. Here you can find paintings, photographs, capes, capes, old posters of great historical importance, stuffed bull heads and, best of all, several spectacular lights suits that various bullfighters have donated during all the years that the museum has been open.
The Maestranza Bullfighting Museum is located below the stands, at the height of lines 10 and 12. It is divided into four rooms that show various collections dedicated to bullfighting and the Real Maestranza de Caballería de Sevilla. You will also be able to discover how bullfighting has evolved from its beginnings to the present day. In addition, there are also several paintings that famous bullfighters painted in their lives, such as the Sevillians Juan Belmonte and Joselito , who also have two costumes on display from their beginnings when they were 14 years old. You could not miss the Bullfighting Museum shop, where you can buy some figures, posters, postcards and a lot of souvenirs of all kinds.