Some arenas are open to public access, so tourists can watch future champions training. Boys chase each other with amazing carts, but it seems to be a simple and meaningless lesson only at first glance. Workouts require huge force; only a few of young matadors will perform in the arena with bulls.
Andalusia is known as a major center of olive oil production; cultivation and processing of olives also remains an important national craft. Andalusia is the largest oil producer in the world. Every year in mid-November, locals celebrate the Festival of olives. The festival is held Baena that is proudly called the capital of olives.
The program of the festival lasts for three days; it includes a lot of entertainment activities. Guests will know how to cultivate olive trees and how to take care of them; visitors would be invited to interesting workshops and tastings of delicious dishes. Chefs would demonstrate dishes, which couldn’t be cooked without olives and olive oil of good quality. Bruschetta and savory pasta, delicious pizzas and sauces deserve the highest praise; olives grown in Andalusia are considered to be among the best in the world. The festival also features immense fair. It’s also worth noting that there is a very interesting Museum of olives in Baena.