LA PLAZA DE TOROS never really operated. Soon after it opened in the early part of the 20th century, Uruguay outlawed the killing of the bulls. This lead to a quick end to the Plaza de Toros. Today it stands, on wobbly legs, as a reminder (along with the nearby FRONTÖN), to a different time. It is officially "off limits" to visitors but people to wander inside to take a few pictures. It is worth the short ride out to Real de San Carlos. Just the ride along La Rambla make it worthwhile.
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