THE BULLFIGHTS IN VALLARTA
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Puerto Vallarta is one of many Mexican cities to engage in one of the most historic and treasured traditions of the colonial Spanish culture - bullfighting. At Plaza de Toros, just a short walk from the Cruise Ship Pier in Marina Vallarta, the spectacle will take place, as four of Vallarta's finest matadors will take center ring and battle the ferocious bull to the death.
The bullfights in Puerto Vallarta feature pomp and pageantry, with the folkloric flair that symbolizes bullfighting in Mexico. Dating back in Spanish tradition as far as 711 A.D., this grand spectacle is viewed in Mexican and Spanish culture as not only a test of courage and bravery by the matador, but as a way to pay tribute to the bull's awesome strength and spirit prior to it's death, as well as a celebration of the cultural ideals regarding machismo.
Come and enjoy the spectacle - the costumes, the live music, and of course the epic battle between man and beast! Olé!IMPORTANT: These are real bullfights, not bloodless ones. The four bulls in this event are actually killed. Not recommended for children, or sensitive adults. Please be sure to read the "Our Advice" column at left. Not sure if bullfighting is right for you? Ask Us.
Cruise Passengers: Yes! This tour makes a great shore excursion.
Runs: Wednesdays from 5:00 PM to 6:30 PM, Bullfights are Held from December 15 through April 15th only.
Duration: 1 Hour, 45 Minutes
Includes: Entrance to the Bullfights
Departs From: Plaza de Toros in Puerto Vallarta, a 7 minute walk from the Cruise pier in Marina Vallarta.
Kids: All ages are admitted to the bullfights, but we do not recommend this event for children. Kids age 2 to 10 are half price. Under 2 are free.
THIS TOUR IS TEMPORARILY SUSPENDED.
FREE WITH YOUR RESERVATION!
Every spectator at a bullfight must understand the culture and tradition behind this event, as well as the scoring and judging that is taking place in order to appreciate what is really happening.
If you do not take the time to read and understand the bullfights, you may not enjoy this event. We do not recommend that you bring young children - they are too young to understand the ceremonial nature of the bullfights in Puerto Vallarta, and will witness animals being killed, which could be traumatic for them.
We've provided you with a few links to information about the bullfights that we strongly encourage you to read prior to attending the event - it will make all the difference in your enjoyment of the event. They are located in the green table in the middle of the page.
Disclaimer: We have made every effort to provide you with the information you need to decide if the bullfights are right for you. We are unable to issue a refund if you do not enjoy this event. This page in no way endorses the art of bullfighting - we only offer you the opportunity to view a part of Mexican cultural tradition, and the information and opportunity to form your own views, one way or the other.
Still have questions? Ask Us.