The idea of a bullfight may not be to everyone's taste but to many Spanish people it is an intrinsic part of their history and culture. The bullring in Granada is a great place to learn about the history and the modern day reality of this part of Spanish life. The bullring is situated on the edge of the city center but is easily reached either on foot or by the excellent bus service.
The young man at the entrance greeted us with great courtesy and dealt with us most efficiently. We paid for the tour which included one of those walk around commentaries which proved to be excellent. Being British we had made the natural choice to take the tour during the hottest part of the day (mad dogs and Englishmen and all that) but despite that the experience was most enjoyable and informative.
And there are also lots of great Tapas bars around the area and a glass for wine and a beer rounded of the visit rather well.
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