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I know it is popular in the North but I am not sure it is in the South.

Can I find it here and where??

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    Hey Erik, bullfighting was just recently banned in Catalonia, although still takes part in Sevilla (for now!). You can tour the Plaza de Toros de la Maestranza in Sevilla year-round; bullfights usually take place from Easter through October. More info at http://bit.ly/cakYjb. Some more info on moves to ban bullfighting throughout Spain here: http://bit.ly/bLUXnN. about 10 years ago

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    Hi Erik

    yes, bullfighting is still quite popular in Andalucia, inckluding cities like Seville and Rhonda. You can usually get tickets on the day, unless it's a main event and I recommedn sitting on the shady side, instead of the sun, especially in summer, it gets very hot during the day. Cost varies, but you can ask the local tourist office or book online, you shouldn't pay more than 40 Euros maximum per person about 10 years ago

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