From someone who has actually purchased seats all over the bullring over many years.
The bullring is divided into two sections - the sunny side (sol) and the shady side (sombra). The seats in the shade are more expensive. Each of these sections is further divided. Front row seats (barrera) are by far the most expensive and the price drops the farther one is from the ring. The general admission seats, which are furthest away, are the least expensive. Therefore, front row seats on the shady side are the most costly.
The seats closest to the action and on the shady side are the most expensive. The least expensive are far from the action and in the sun.
General admission, the furthest from the action, is the least expensive seating especially on the sunny side. Next are the seats in preferencia which again are cheaper on the sunny side. The most expensive are barrera seats right at ringside. And the most expensive of these are on the shady side.
Tickets in the shade (sombra) are more expensive. Also, the closer to the ring, the more expensive the ticket.
1.) The most obvious reason is that it is more comfortable to sit in the shade rather than sun.2.) The post of the presidente, the official who supervises the bullfight, is usually high up on the shady side. The matador tries to perform most of his cape work where he can be seen best by the presidente. Therefore, much of the action will be on the shady side of the ring.
The orchestra seats are the closest to the front, and usually the most expensive.
The most expensive seats are in the front row (barrera) on the shady side ((sombra) of the bullring.
That is subjective. What is comfortable to you or me may not be comfortable to others. In most case the more expensive the vehicle the more comfortable the seats.
The current stadium has a Legends section of about 160 seats, with a peak price of $1,000 a game
The "different sections" are governed by price as much as anything. As a result, the cheapest seats (which weren't seats at all, but standing room) went to the poorest people, the more expensive seats to the wealthier people, and the most expensive of all went to the richest.
A ticket on the sunny side in the general admission area is the least expensive.
The bullfight is popular in Spain, Mexico and several countries in Central and South America.
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It depends on which seats you buy. The most expensive tickets are $83.50.
Some really expensive ones do, but most are just seats, usually phones, and TVs.
Tickets vary in price a great deal from venue to venue and also for the location of a seat in the arena. Front row seats on the shady side in a major bullring with top ranking matadores can be quite expensive. General admission tickets in a bullring in a smaller town with lesser known fighters can be quite cheap.
the difference is cushion and heated seats, some even vibrate.
Depends on seats...
There are many important participants in a bullfight but the main ones are the matador and the bull. Without either of these there could be no bullfight.
It depends on where you sit. Lawn seats are the least expensive while front row cost the most
In a regular bullfight there are usually six bulls and each takes about 20 minutes. A normal bullfight lasts about 2 hours.
Anyone may attend a bullfight if they have the price of admission.
On a trip to Spain, I attended a bullfight. They killed 6 bulls that day. I will NEVER go to another bullfight.
The bullfight is over when the final bull (6th) is killed.
It depends on what your definition of a good seat is. In the days of the Globe Theatre, the floor seats closest to the stage were the cheapest seats. The further one sat in the Globe, the more expensive the seats as opposed to today where the close seats are more expensive. In order to get a far away "good" seat, one usually had to be a member of the aristocracy.