Monasterio de San Pedro de Cardena, Castrillo del Val

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Monasterio de San Pedro de Cardena is located in Castrillo del Val. Take a look at our Castrillo del Val vacation route planner to schedule your visit to Monasterio de San Pedro de Cardena and learn about what else to see and do during your holiday.
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  • A group of friends were doing a route in the vicinity of Burgos and I think that it is a place that should be visited by its historical baggage. The visit is guided and it makes a monk of the monastery that you explains in detail the history of the monastery and if you questions by some detail is dumps in details. Think that before visit a place of this type there are that have read something about what are going to see, because so can awaken your curiosity when do it visit and clear is any doubt. Went six people and was beloved. You can have coffee at the Inn there is the Monaterio front and buy products that monks do.
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  • It is a shame that an apparently attractive place, with so much to see and more to explain, is in a unpleasant visit with a monk already mayor who does not like to do this kind of visits.
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  • Excellent place to meditation, and meditation. That Yes, better in summer. Excellent deal, within the Benedictine austerity.
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  • The monk who made us the guided tour was bad, nor is understood you told the history and value of this building. Bad luck we had. The building itself, there's nothing remarkable in terms of artistic value, only the Romanesque cloister which cannot be visited. Disappointed us.
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  • Visit when it's less unusual, at the store you can buy typical products such as wine at good prices
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  • It is worth to move away a little of the capital for a visit, a beautiful place where legend has it that is buried Babieca horse of el Cid.
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  • Wonderful place: the monks and wine.
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  • For its impressive history
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