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  • No changes or refunds of purchased tickets will be accepted.
  • Programming is subject to last minute changes.



From June 10th
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967 176 235
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From June 10th
Monday to Friday, from 9 to 14h.

Payment with card (Visa, Red 6000, American Express, Master Card, 4B)

From abroad: 0034 967 176 235

At the box office

Municipal Theater
Calle San Agustín, 20
13270 Almagro, Ciudad Real

From June 12th to July 5th
Friday, from 18 to 20h. Saturdays, from 11.30 to 13.30h.
From July 6th to 26th
Every day from 11.30 to 14 and from 18.30 to 22.30h.

Information phone: 926.433.463
Payment in cash and by credit or debit card



Spectator's Day
  • Thursday, at Aurea and Los Oviedo Palace.


Unemployed, under 21 and over 65
  • Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Sunday, at Aurea and Los Oviedo Palace.


Non-cumulative discounts.
Not apply discounts to shows with an only price.

Getting here

Almagro is located in the province of Ciudad Real in the region of La Mancha. It is an easily-accessible destination connected with the rest of the world through all forms of transport. General distances are: Madrid (203km), Ciudad Real (27km), Valencia (220km) or Cordoba (340km). Choose the option that suits you best and come to the Festival!

By plane

Adolfo Suárez Barajas Airport / Madrid

Manises Airport / Valencia.

San Pablo Airport / Sevilla
343 km.

By train

Train station / Almagro
Paseo de la Estación, s/n
13270 Almagro, Ciudad Real

926 86 02 76 / 902 24 02 02

Train station / Ciudad Real
Avenida de Europa, 1
13005 Ciudad Real

902 432 343

By car

Plan your journey if you decide to drive to Almagro.


* All Festival spaces are accessible to people with reduced mobility.

One of Almagro Festival main objectives is to contribute to the creation of new audiences. Each of the shows in our program is a provocation to live and enjoyment, creating a unique experience. The challenge: generate it in an inclusive way.

From the Foundation emphasize to make culture accessible, eliminating the physical barriers and creating a non-violence aesthetic to attenuate circumstances of any nature that may separate the public from the enjoyment of culture; as to aspire that none of the groups in society are left out, so they can access to our spectacles under equal conditions.

The Festival’s actions related to accessibility consist of:

  • Our best shows in the program are accessible aural and visually.
  • Guided visits to visually accessible exhibitions.
  • Children’s inclusion workshops.
  • Touch tours through the scenic spaces of the Festival.

Almagro International Festival of Classical Theater Foundation, Reina Letizia Award 2018 for Inclusive Culture

How do we make theater accessible?

Access for people with reduced mobility

All the Festival scenic spaces are adapted for people with reduced mobility. At the time of acquiring your location, you must notify to our staff in order to ensure your comfort.

Room sound transmission system for the hearing impaired

For spectators who have hearing problems or simply want to hear better the spectacle, we count with an individual headphones through a digital radio frequency system.

Individual Magnetic Loop System for the Hearing Impaired

On the other hand, wearers of hearing aids (hearing aid or cochlear implant) can hear the sound of the play in a clearer way by using an individual loop system.

Subtitles system for the hearing impaired

For certain performances, the Festival offers a subtitles service that allows people with hearing disabilities to follow up the action on stage. The subtitling also offers character identification through colors, information about sounds and intonation of the dialogues. In this case, the most accessible seat will depend on each stage.

Audio description system for the visually impaired

The festival offers, for certain performances, a theatrical audio description system that allows blind people to have a more complete follow-up of the action. In this way, and through individual audio receivers, visually impaired people can listen to a voiceover that describes relevant visual content of the performance.

Frecuent questions

Here are some of the most frequent received questions.

Where can I stay in Almagro?

Please visit the Almagro Tourist Office website to find the best accommodation options in Almagro and its surrondings. We highly recommend you to make your reservation in advance, since the hotel beds during the Festival reaches a 100% occupation rate.

Is there a bus service organized by the Festival between Ciudad Real and Almagro?

There is a regular bus service but it is not organized by the Festival. Please find out here the timetable and routes.

Are there public facilities in Almagro to park my vehicle during the Festival if I attend a performance?

Almagro has a public car park. Further details on parking in Almagro, including parking locations, can be found here. In addition, please note that there you can find on-street parking in different designated areas across the town.

I have reduced mobility, can I attend the performances?

All the venues of the Festival are adapted for visitors with reduced mobility. To enable us to determine your specific requirements and assist you fully please book your tickets in advance through the Festival Box Office (by phone or in person at the counter) and please specify your accessibility requests. For more information you can call the Access line +34 91 521 07 20 from 7th April to 28th June; Or at +34 926 26 11 77 (Festival Box Office) from 3rd July from 11.30 a.m. to 2p.m. and from 6.30 p.m. to 10.30 p.m.

Are there any concessions or discounted tickets available?

The Festival offers different concessions and discount options. Please find out more here.