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Aldeia Tipica Jose Franco, Mafra

(4.3/5 based on 180+ reviews on the web)
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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • It was a tour of the House Museum of João Franco, where we visit the village which is a symbol of the West. I had the opportunity to have lunch in this space, where it was a lot of fun and very nice, the prices are very affordable, and has a very nice and thoughtful.
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  • It is a space to visit whenever k is going on by the Cork oak, pleases the kids and grown-ups. The thumbnails are very funny. The bread with chorizo gives a "coziness" at lunchtime.
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  • Very nice space in the style of the United Kingdom of the little people while being a smaller space, but right next to de Mafra, with the advantage of being free. Definitely an interesting place to visit with children, since it has several houses with representations of typical houses of the area. Our 5 year old daughter liked.
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  • It seems to be marketed towards a food industry nowadays, providing hot bread with sausage. It kind of misses the point of the main attraction which is the little miniature village itself. It used to be better.
  • The place used to be much better, not properly maintained these days.
  • Very good for all the ages
  • Local bastante agradável para levar crianças e não só. Aproveitar para ver casas em miniatura, ter uma ideia de como as coisas eram à vários anos atrás e também não esquecendo o melhor pão com chouriço de Portugal.
  • muito interessante e intuitivo vale a pena a visita