Bullfighters frequently display elegant postures, seduction, spear piercing, flower darts and fighting. Madrid Bullfight is an ancient Roman theater-style circular building with red exterior walls, which echoes the red cape of the bullfighter. It's a bit bloody when a 300-kilogram bull is finally stabbed into the heart by a sword in public.
This small museum is off the main tourist routes, but super charming! Located in Sorolla's old house, you feel like you are no longer in the busy city center, but in a Spanish countryside mansion. If you're a fan of impressionist artwork, I'd say it's definitely worth the visit.
Bullfighting is one of the symbols of Spain. The Museum of Bullfighting, located in the Vintas Bullfighting Range in Madrid, showcases the history and art of bullfighting in Spain. In the gallery, you can also enjoy Goya's depiction of a bullfight scene. Visits are free.
The bullfighting Museum mainly introduces the history of bullfighting. There are many statues of bulls in the history museum.
The exhibition hall is for children. It can learn a lot by increasing knowledge. It's good and has a sense of history. It's well-crafted.