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Tunel de Alfonso VIII, Cuenca

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  • They are beginning to do visited tunnels which, apparently, are all underground basin. We did a guided and dramatized visit (afternoon at 18.00 hs) which was an air-raid shelter during the Civil War. Lasts about 50 minutes that you spend flying. Currently I don't see much more than a gallery, but they told us that they thought opening brief more spaces to the public. That Yes, if you suffer from claustrophobia, not joke ever go. And to keep in mind: take tickets in advance at the tourist office. Costs equal and assure you seat. The day I went, was the full capacity and there was who ran out to enter. The same thing can enter someone very older than children. Is comfortable of visit and the Guide tourist makes that the visit is very interesting and enjoyable.
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  • It is one of the visits that I liked on my trip to Cuenca. The entrance is not expensive and the journey through the tunnel is well worth it. Very well explained by the Guide, emphasizing a couple of curiosities that amazed really. It is the only tunnel flak excavated in rock, all a credit to those responsible for building it.
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  • I really wanted to visit the tunnel, but only opened the 1:30 pm and had to go back in the Plaza Mayor to buy tickets. Visits only with more than 4 people, we were at 3. It's just a door with a sign on the side, waited for the time and nobody to open the attraction and give more information.
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