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Campo Pequeno

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CAMPO PEQUENO'S BULLRING Campo Pequeno's Bullring is one of the most iconic monuments of the city of Lisbon and of Portugal. Considered one the most important buildings of Neo-Arabic style in the country, it was designed by Architect José Dias da...more
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Praca do Campo Pequeno | Centro de Lazer Campo Pequeno, Lisbon 1000-082, Portugal
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Most Helpful Positive Review
Reviewed 3 August 2012

If you ar in Lisbon on a Thursday night, you must go see the tourada at Campo Pequeno. This is not for tourists – the crowd is full of multi-generational Portuguese families. Read up on the tourada online before going so you can follow the...More

24  Thank LucyLu_Texas
Most Helpful Critical Review
Reviewed 12 July 2014

The building itself is very nice to see, however the "sport" on offer is horrific. We were very naive when we went to see a bullfight here. We had been told the bulls are not killed, as in Spain, and were expecting some flashing of...More

12  Thank adelaidetraveller86
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Reviewed 1 week ago

The main attraction of this place is its architecture, especially from the outside. In the inside is a typical bullfight ring, nothing special. There is a shopping centre below, which is also very standard - it includes a food section. The access is easy by...More

Thank Francisco-XD84
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Even in front of the arena animal rights protectors were protesting against the bull fights. We went in to form our own opinion about this very difficult topic. We had been told that the bull doesn't get hurt during the whole process, but that clearly...More

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Reviewed 6 October 2018

My wife and i visited on September 20 for the farewell performance of one of Spain's most famous bullfighters, who lost an eye to a bull years ago. The Equestrian skill of the riders and the bond between the rider and horse during their encounters...More

Thank BillMcAdam
Reviewed 6 September 2018 via mobile

Lovely looking, but my heart is sad when I think about what happens to the bulls and horses... so they claim they don’t kill the bulls, but how many are very badly injured. And have to be put down? The how many horses injured... frankly...More

1  Thank karenm642
Reviewed 5 August 2018

Nice shopping center with Grocery store where we had the best fresh figs anywhere along with hundreds of cheeses and meat.

Thank Mark B
Reviewed 16 July 2018

Under this amazing building is a shopping mall with food court that has Burger King, Chinese, Pizza etc.

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Reviewed 15 July 2018 via mobile

We visited a bull fight at Campo Pequeno because my husband has allways wanted to see one. The show includes horseman and matadors who tease the bulls after each other. The spectators were exited. Luckily the bulls were not killed. The arena is very beautiful...More

Thank Anna-Kaisa S
Reviewed 9 July 2018

The metro stop Campo Pequeno leads almost directly into the Campo Pequeno, a red-brick Neo-Moorish building built in the late 19th cent, A distinct feature of the architecture are the keyhole shaped windows and double cupolas These have been retained while a full renovation was...More

1  Thank vayudoot
Reviewed 8 July 2018

An old bullring now converted into a cinema and shopping hub. Very close to the Campo Pequeno metro stop. Many good restaurants downstairs as well as a supermarket and two levels of shops covering all bases. Very good stop for pretty much everything you need....More

Thank sneaky-peeky-123
Reviewed 15 May 2018 via mobile

This is an old converted bull firm that is now a concert and theatre venue. Restaurants as part of the venue. If there is something on at the time of your visit then go as the architecture is interesting in itself.

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31 October 2018|
Response from Anna-Kaisa S | Reviewed this property |
At Campo Pequeno the bullfight season starts at Easter and ends in the end of August. Further details can be found in the net under lisbon sights.
25 July 2018|
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Response from vayudoot | Reviewed this property |
The bullfighting schedule at Campo Pequeo is between Easter Sunday and late-August. So regrettably your preferred date of 24 September falls outside it.
29 May 2018|
Response from Zuevy | Reviewed this property |
No, it is not. Only July 19, 2018 and next - August 02, 2018
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