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Show: Medieval Show in San Miguel Castle — Things To Do in Tenerife 2017

Step back in time with this evening excursion to the castle at San Miguel and watch the Knights jousting and fighting battles.

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    • Duration: 2:30
    • Included: Drinks, Food
    Entrance ticket to the Medieval Show including dinner with wine.
    • Included: Drinks, Food, Transfer
    Castle San Miguel is an incredible construction, principal towers of more than 16 metres high. From the moment you enter the grounds, you find yourself in an authentic medieval world. The entrance is beautifully decorated with historical armour, swords, chests and scrolls of the medieval epoch.You will be received and welcomed by the Count Don Rodrigo and his daughter, the young Countess. His friendly subjects will escort you to the Tournament Room, where the evenings entertainment will take place.Experience a spectacular show where medieval knights display their horse-manship and heroic deeds. You will be served a medieval banquet in the vast tournament hall whilst enjoying the horseback tournaments and various medieval games.After dinner, you will retire to the second room where all kinds of performances take place from Orchestra, Comedy, Acrobatics to Spanish Ballet. There is also a third room which is called the Coliseum Room which is serviced by a bar and a big stage.At the end of the evening you will return back to Avenida Edelmira Alfonso.
    • Duration: 4 h
    • Included: Drinks, Food, Driver, Transfer
    Show with the transfer there and back.Transfer around 19:30 from Las Americas area. Back around 24:00.

Description for «medieval show in san miguel castle» — things to do in tenerife 2017:

Location38628, Santa Cruz de Tenerife, San Miguel de Abona, Spain
Included
  • Drinks
  • Food
  • Transfer
  • Driver
HoursFrom 20:00 To 23:00
Age
  • Infants (0 —2) from €
  • Children (3 —14) from 25€
Castle San Miguel is an incredible construction, principal towers of more than 16 metres high. From the moment you enter the grounds, you find yourself in an authentic medieval world. The entrance is beautifully decorated with historical armour, swords, chests and scrolls of the medieval epoch.

You will be received and welcomed by the Count Don Rodrigo and his daughter, the young Countess. His friendly subjects will escort you to the Tournament Room, where the evenings entertainment will take place.

Experience a spectacular show where medieval knights display their horse-manship and heroic deeds. You will be served a medieval banquet in the vast tournament hall whilst enjoying the horseback tournaments and various medieval games.

After dinner, you will retire to the second room where all kinds of performances take place from Orchestra, Comedy, Acrobatics to Spanish Ballet. There is also a third room which is called the Coliseum Room which is serviced by a bar and a big stage.At the end of the evening you will return back to Avenida Edelmira Alfonso.

50 reviews about «medieval show in san miguel castle»

4 based on 50 reviews

  • Zohaib M

  • October 13, 2017

    Worst night of my life

    The whole thing was terrible from beginning to end. The show is really for 5 year olds and definitely not for adults. The Drifters concert was also terrible. They sang a total of 6 songs, two of which were drifters and the rest was modern. We told our co-representative Rebecca, who was surprised that we did not like this crap we had to endure for 3 hours. We could not make out a bloody thing that the "king" and his "ground" ritter allegedly said in English on the microphone that the sound system is terrible, so we had no idea what was going on or would happen.
    We were told when we booked that the beer wine and juice were all free. The beer was not free, it was 6 € for 4 bottles, not too expensive, but we were told it was free and therefore high ticket price (50 €). The main course was simple (chicken and potatoes), but it was delicious, I think was the redeeming function, but it was not very hot when it arrived.
    Soup was dull and had no taste. The dessert was chocolate Vienetta. Not quite sure how medieval this is. The bus ride was one hour long in both directions and the show was long and boring.

  • L4002DHSarahC

  • October 11, 2017

    Disappointing

    This was sold to us by our Thomas Cook Rep at 57 Euro each, we had a medieval show with all the wine you can drink, juice and 3 course menu sold. After a very long trip to this venue (and the bus that arrived too late), we were a very less impressive king who grabbed your handbag, sat you abruptly in a chair and took your photo, he did not even confirm you, Pocket pushed into the hand and moved further.
    Venue was impressive building, and like all these shows. Show is really for kids, the food is disgusting, I think they gave us washing-up water for soup, and the main meal dishes collected later had had so much food on them that it was a disgusting sight to see the best the ice cream.
    We told the trainer that we had no wine, she assured us that she would bring us Cola instead, but to remind her that we got a wave, it was the other side of the arena, and we they do not see the whole evening.
    Apparently, the wine revolted anyway after the other people with whom we shared a bank, but unlike other reviews, you could have more bottles if you wish.
    Men who did food etc. worked hard, and also the men and their helpers who did the show, but it was more of a family show. When we were done, we were taken to another room where the drifters were singing. That consisted of about 6 songs, do not get me wrong now, I enjoyed the song, but I would like to know that they have their anti aging cream as 2 of them were definitely younger than me.
    This was sold as a 2-show ticket when the second part was to recapture some cash at the bar to cover the cost of the disgusting wine. We were then brought back to our trainer when the lady the Cola offered was standing when I approached her because she had not got a drink, she said with a slight grin: Excuse me, I was on the other side.
    " then started a trip back to our hotels as we were not picked up in our hotels now, we were actually brought back to them, but what happens then is that we are approaching our hotel and we are preparing ourselves for our places and he drove by, asked a couple at the front of the car to fly down the street, we managed to get out of the car, when I told the lady they had driven our hotel up the street, she asked, "Where are you staying?
    "when I told her that she replied" Aww that's twice ive leave you tonight "(grin).

  • EssexLyn

  • October 8, 2017

    San Miguel Castle

    We were last night to this show, wonderful settings great show. We went to these shows before, but this was by far the best. Good food, lots of free wine. When knight show is finished, go to another hall and drifters have a show!

  • burns_john5491

  • September 26, 2017

    So long drawing out

    went to the show as part as two parts, ,, the medieval show, , then the driffters afterwards, Boy who was hard work. . lasted over an hour to come here by bus, the food was mediocre to say it at least. ..

  • Harry R

  • September 24, 2017

    Holiday Finale

    As a holiday finale I must say that this night was fantastic. We started to recover from a hotel we were only 5 minutes away from. The coach was a bit late and since we were the only group picked up from this place, I can not understand why we could not be picked up by our own hotel.
    A long journey, which takes other viewers, was not a highlight of the trip, but a necessity. Our representative on board was a great laugh and very friendly, she really made us go. We were greeted on arrival by a knight in shining armor, who gave us our colored bibs, so we knew on which team we were. We also got a cardboard crown to "let us in". We had time to take photos of the other knights and their horses, etc. before we ventured over the drawbridge and into the castle. Once inside, you have taken your photo with the King and the Queen as well as their dwarfs and are then shown to your seats. Not the most comfortable benches but very much time. The actor's host of the evening was great, although more of his speeches could have spoken in English, so the majority of viewers could understand. When the cast came to louder and royal music, they received standing ovations from the crowd before the King made his speech and introduction. Dinner was served with soup in a tin bowl, BBQ chicken and garlic potatoes, and a Vienetta with chocolate sauce for dessert. No cutlery for the soup has really brought you into the mind and set the evening in motion. Seconds were always brought for the hungry guests, but I found the first serving plenty. All served with a bottle of red wine and a bottle of white wine per table plus alcohol-free beverages and water. The conversation began with a few shows showing a comedy sketch between a boy and his horse, a bird show of the king himself (although the bird was not too keen to obey) and a parade of horses to dance.
    This moved after a while, but not too much concentration, which worked when we eat and gradually become more drunk. The knights then made their debut debut and came out to get their followers really. They participated in a tournament with knighting, spear throwing and other medieval sports. This was interrupted when the dwarf introduced some firefighting talents. Finally, the Yellow's (hurra! ), The Black's also did not take up nicely. A fight broke out and the next hour was picked up by observing how people used different weapons to kill their opponents, of course, all staged. There is something about the human brain that just looks at how people mutually injure themselves and endanger themselves. .. or maybe I'm just sick. Nothing was very entertaining and had the whole lot in different places on the legs. When only two knights were left, they entered the stalls to annoy the opposing supporters. We will play Queen of you over the top, which encourages people to hit their tables in time, which all Britons must do as soon as the song is played. The final showdown took place with a dramatic final, a knighthood was executed on a burning platform and the other knelt before the king to be called to the champion.
    After the show was over, we went to another room with a bar for the afterparty, an opportunity to see a cheesy tribute band and make your photos with the Knights.
    30 minutes of it before the bus came to bring us home.

  • ArishaIsabella

  • September 16, 2017

    Unique night out

    We went with this night as a couple. We got bobs for the black side and put me in a queue for photos with the kings and the queen. Not optional and you could not go in pairs because you had to take the picture one by one, which meant that it was not bought immediately because we wanted a picture as a couple.
    Food was drink and we had plenty to drink! Show was incredible and all the animals are incredible and well trained! The show man shop was great - a downside was that it was mostly told in Spanish, which I know is not surprising as we were on Tenerife, but it was sometimes hard to track and we seemed to have the story to miss.

  • Natalie B

  • September 11, 2017

    Medieval Night

    This was one of the best trips I have ever had! I did not know what to expect and went with an open mind, but it was one of the funniest evenings I've ever had! The castle was amazing and there were lots of things you should see when you go in. You can even take photos of the gang and they can be bought for 5 €. I loved the whimsical elements until the night, we got crowns and colored tabbards to wear and I was in the black team, so I was among the spectators and cheered the boys as they rode the horses and took part in events of the old day, We had food Drink all night and I loved the fun element.
    All in all, it was a great evening and I will definitely return when I return to Tenerife!

  • Karen H

  • September 7, 2017

    Holiday treat

    We decided to visit the Castillo to see the show because it looked something for everyone. We were not disappointed. There was a lot of attendance and the evening was exciting. The only disadvantage I felt was that it was in a hurry, all involved. When we entered the castle, there was a long line in which all had individual photos with the royal levy. Certainly, most families would have had a family photo with the occupation. We did not buy the photo because I felt it with my husband and daughter. They were however cheap. On 5 euros per piece. The food was ok. Soup followed by chicken and potatoes. Then ice cream. After the knight tournament, we went to another area where 'Drifters' (not the originals obviously! ) Distinguished goods. And a large participation of the audience was again promoted. Through and through pleasant evening. Highly recommended.

  • Younkee

  • September 6, 2017

    Cool!

    Great evening, great show and the drifers at the end were great. I was here 31 years ago and the show has changed since then and was not as funny as I was hunted by a knight when I was bothering him. What really disrupted the show was the terrible food. The chicken was not boiled and the potatoes all smooth in garlic - Yuk!


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