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There are many stands in the fairground, both public and private. The public stands include those of the Town and County Councils, Rural, General, Political Parties, and other associations. Entry to these stands is free, although at certain times entrance may be refused by the security guards if the premises are full to capacity.
Then there are the "private" stands, which are the ones with the longest tradition and prestige and give the festival its genuine flavour. Although they are private you will be allowed in if you know someone inside, and on quiet days, even if you don´t; no one will mind. These stands organise a whole range of competitions and events, particularly gastronomic ones.
Food stalls, hamburgers, candy floss, toffee apples, kebabs, hot dogs, roast chicken, "raciones" or dishes to share, "churros" or fritters with hot chocolate... you will find them all at the fair.
As with any fair in Spain, this being Granada's most important week means there is also a major programme of bullfighting events.
Every day there is some kind of bullfight, whether it be the opening "novillada", or fight with young bulls, the "rejoneo" or mounted bullfight, or the 7 bullfights for season-ticket holders only, where you can see the biggest names in bullfighting. And for the grand finale, the Fireman Bullfighter Show.