Arles is smaller and the city center is easier to avoid, than Nimes. You can take trains to both cities and get around Arles on foot, Nimes is bigger so walking there is less helpful than Arles. Ive driven in the center of Nimes twice; once just to return a car.
Which countries have banned bullfighting?
Bullfighting is already banned by law in many countries including Argentina, Canada, Cuba, Denmark, Italy and the United Kingdom. Although legal in Spain, some Spanish cities, such as Calonge, Tossa de Mar, Vilamacolum and La Vajol, have outlawed the practice of bullfighting.
What happens if bull kills matador?
What happens when the bull wins? The bull is pardoned (indulto). Normally pardoned bulls are used for breeding since it is considered that they will breed noble bulls. Another “winning” situation for the bull is to kill or injure the matador to the point of not being able to continue with the corrida.
Does the bull ever win in a bullfight?
A bullfight almost always ends with the matador killing off the bull with his sword; rarely, if the bull has behaved particularly well during the fight, the bull is “pardoned” and his life is spared.