Castillo Guerrero, San Vicente

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  • The truth is that the entrance fees (one hundred pesos per person) is excessive for what there is to do. A building that at some other time was cute but now is falling to pieces. I got hurt because we ran to go see it and we went before the Museum October 17 (beautiful and free) to see what was all a deception. The neglected building and none of the objects are of the time. Felicitas even lived there. Totally dispensable stop.
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  • It is a very nice Castle in State of renovation, I went with a group of people, we receive an explanation from the historical part of the descendants. Then we were greeted with a bite, empanadas and field, all beautifully served and served snacks for grooms. It should be noted that it was all arranged in advance since we were a group of people in a company. Very nice place with gardens and perfectly manicured forests.
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  • Castle warrior would be a great opportunity to learn a little of our history if it met some of the minimum requirements that properties of this nature must meet. Primarily is on the edge of route 210, km 58, almost hidden, in a place which can only be reached by car or, Alternatively, via train and bus 388, or collective 51 line San Vicente, which happens when you give them the win. The owners of the "Castle" have not had the happy idea of hiring vans service for visitors who arrive from the train station, who at the time of withdrawal from the place are to the good of God. Nor are the smallest of comforts to those who have interest in learning about the venue. They are limited to a number of benches in the Park and there give a general explanation about the history of Felicitas Guerrero. But, if it is winter and the day is windy, heaven have mercy on because the cold intimidates the bravest. Did not occur to them, for example, have a gazebo with a minimum service of coffee or hot tea (which may well be paid at the time) to cope with inclement weather. Then, the inside of the property is relatively well maintained but not remotely have those who officiate any rating guides for this metier. The day I visited the place was a mess of people who came and went by where wanted you without any order. They should allow entry to the House in small groups, with a rigorous planning of plants and allowed access in both the guide talks. Incredible that such sensitive items as clothes original, valuable books, are exposed to either put your hands on them. They do not know the craft and it shows. A real shame because the place, history, which keeps the House, would merit a special effort to turn it into a tourist destination of excellence, the heirs, no doubt it, they get very good will but with that does not reach. There is a lot to do and it shows. I do not recommend it for people without own mobility. And yes I recommend that owners are perfected in the art of hosting a historic place.
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  • Excellent place for photo books. Different scenery both inside and outside the Castle. A unique site full of history where one can work freely and without disruption. William extremely cordial and pleasant attention. It is the second time that I come to realize works of photography. And I hope to get many times more. I recommend it 100%!
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  • Excellent site, a trip to the past and a police story and love of the 19th century. A very interesting and accessible alternative. It seems to plunge into a novel, at times. Highly recommended, not very accessible for disabled persons and persons with reduced mobility. A new and different experience.
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  • Good ride. Lacks a bit of maintenance. The history of Felicitas Guerrero is very cute. On the door there is a trade with good assortment of products and meals. On the back there is a good Grill.
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  • VERY good place to learn something of our family history.
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  • Ago 1 year visited Castillo Guerrero, can indicate that it surpasses Felicitas Guerrero film. The visit is guided by a descendant of Felicitas, who tells the story of this love. The Castle has all the furniture of that time, is indesible what you live that moment. Actually I can not explain the wonderful experience I had. It is worth visiting it, in addition to a colorful garden boasts an extraordinary Park. At the moment it is closed to the public temporarily. I delighted!
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