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The Royal Andalusian School of Equestrian Art Foundation, in Jerez de la Frontera, is famous all over the world for its show called "How the Andalusian Horses Dance", a unique exhibition of horsemanship which both exhibits and summarises the work...more
Hours Today: 10:00 - 14:00
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Suggested duration: 1-2 hours
Avda. Duque de Abrantes, 11407 Jerez De La Frontera, Spain
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We booked in advance, even though it was off season. We had seats close to the 'Royal Box', so paid slightly more than needed, but were keen to have a good view. Actually, as the arena has been designed and constructed recently, all the seats...More
What a privilege to see these wonderful horses and their skilful riders. Your ticket entitles you to view the training and see the house.
The show is so professional and skilful and the horses are controlled with gentle movements of the riders legs or quite...More
We're not into horses or anything but loved this show.
'Moving, spectacular and impressive' are the words that come to mind.
The relationship between horse and rider is palpable. The horses so well trained in their acts, but highly disciplined in dressage.
We made a...More
We booked online in advance for our seats several months prior to visiting Jerez and chose front row seats for the show, which lasts about 1 1/2 hours plus a ten minute interval. The web site is in English.Tickets were being purchased by many on...More
Wife wanted to visit as she is a horse lover so endured the visit to keep her happy.
Went on a Friday in November so just a visit to see the house and grounds and included a half hour tour of the stables. Paid 22...More
I wasn’t sure what to expect only going to the show during a day visit to the city. The horses had been trained very well to perform and seemed to enjoy their time in the show. Their riders clearly had a great relationship with their...More
With a long weekend stay in Seville, I booked a 60 minute train journey to see the show. Although our daughter rides we can not be classified as 'horsey people'
On a special occasion as the weekend was planned for my wife's birthday I decided...More
Visited as part of a cruise tour and certainly worth a visit. The horsemanship is superb and the animals themselves magnificent. The flaws are in the place itself. Toilets are a little run down, not all working and not particularly that clean either. The shop...More
I think the previous person answered your question. We went on a Tuesday and it was in the Summertime. If you could change your visit to any other day it would be worth it. I don’t think a video is the same.