A monumental Moorish-style bullring
Built in 1892 in a Moorish style with small cupolas atop its four main
towers, Campo Pequeno's bullring (Praça de Touros do Campo Pequeno) accommodates up to 9,000 spectators.
It was loosely based on the Madrid bullring of Las Ventas, and bullfights take place here on Thursdays in season. During the rest of the year it is occasionally used for concerts and other shows, such as a circus.
After being closed for many years for extensive renovation, it reopened in 2006 with a new retractable ceiling and a shopping mall, restaurants, cinemas, and a supermarket. Parking space for 1200 cars is also available.
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How to Visit
Where: Campo Pequeno, Uptown.
How: Metro - Campo Pequeno Station
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