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This is an opportunity to visit the Fighting Bulls and see these impressive animals in his environment to learn about their breeding. This type of bulls has been bred there for many centuries.

You will leave from Seville city to some of the nearby farms where the Bull of Lydia has been breeding for many years.

Once arriving, you will be welcome by one of the responsibles of the farm so that you can learn first-hand all the details of management and daily life of the wild bulls in their natural environment. You will see the different lots of bulls and cows in a guided tour of the cattle farm, including Plaza de Tientas.

Finally, you will have an Andalusian snack and then return to the capital of Seville.

Includes:
Pick up service
Transfer
Guide


  • Prezzo: 69€ per persona (imposte incluse)
  • Attivitàa disponibile nelle seguenti lingue: Spagnolo.Inglese.Francese.Italiano
  • Luogo: Seville (Seville)
  • Durata: 4 Ore
  • Data disponibile dal: 16/07/2018
  • Data disponibile fino al: 29/02/2020
  • Informazioni aggiuntive: On Wednesdays and Saturdays. The 24th, 25th and 31st December no available. The 1st of January is closed.
  • Categoria dell´attività: Circuiti e visite. A contatto con la natura. Gastronomia. Degustazione prosciutto
  • Per chi?: Young people. Families. Adults without children. Senior. LGBT
  • Impresa organizzatrice: Naturanda Turismo Ambiental

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