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Casa de la Fortuna, Cartagena
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  • Interesting Roman Museum, which is visited in its entirety: living room, kitchen, office (with included wall paintings), bedroom... You can even walk along the road that gives to the front door and see the original Street sewer. The only drawback, perhaps, is that you visit "upside down": you enter through the back door of the House instead of at the main entrance, that recommend crossing it whole, go to the Roman road and then start your visit.
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  • A 30-45 minute self-guided tour through an uncovered 2nd century Roman house. Signage in Spanish and English. Very nice mosaics on the floor and frescoes on the walls. Very well displayed. May need to...  more »
  • For anyone who has had occasion to visit Roman ruins elsewhere in Spain... are going to be very 'justito' this place. The best is the explanation of the guides, who are frankly very enjoyable and enlightening. But what is the House, as well, if you don't have time you can dispense with the visit without any remorse.
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  • Highly recommended, if you want to experience Spanish 'Halal' culture , plenty of non alcoholic beers and wine to select from.
  • Very interesting, although the State of the ruins is regular. The fact that it is in a basement helps to recreate the atmosphere of a home. Of special interest is the façade with the Roman road. The visit lasts about 30 minutes, and the venue is air-conditioned.
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  • Beautifully restored, the House transports you to the Roman world. Explanations, gentle and complete, are a good complement to the visit.
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  • It has no great interest. For anyone who has had occasion to visit Roman ruins elsewhere in Spain... are going to be very 'justito' this place. The best is the explanation of the guides, who are frankly very enjoyable and enlightening. But what is the House, as well, if you don't have time you can dispense with the visit without any remorse.
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  • Interesting. With guided tour is highly recommended!
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