Ecomuseo de Guinea y Lagartario, Frontera
(3.6/5 based on 150+ reviews on the web)
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  • Before I forget (again): Canary residents should have in the Residencia, the admission price is reduced significantly. The lava cave and the Lagarto hatchery alone were already worth the visit! The Ecomuseum is the cream of the crop. The dwellings are sorted by date (old to new) and decorated according to their age. Who has seen and, for example, looks like the Herreños lived in the 60s and 70s, we can only marvel at, which eneormen jump made the Canary Islands: In no time in the modern era. Beautifully scenic and very well maintained Ecomuseum and Lagartorio are essential during a visit to El Hierro from my point of view. Because of the Solstice, the morning is absolutely recommended. Oh... and you preferably take with someone who speaks Spanish well, then understand more of the explanations offered.
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  • We were on a Sunday morning in the Ecomuseum. It's all very neat. It is run with a lot of love. Unfortunately, it was the leadership only in Spanish. It was no problem for us because we are bilingual, but the other visitors were all from German-speaking countries. There was also no German hand leaves. I offered me then volunteered as a translator what was gladly adopted by the group. Maybe you should invest in information sheets there. Not Spanish speaking visitors would be certainly grateful. Españoles los para vale la pena visitarlo de. Los Niños disfrutaran lot. Saludos
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  • The truth is that it have well organized, the visit to them houses is interesting, as well as to the cave... but it's the lagartario is very disappointing; VES to 4 (Yes, numbered) lizards of the iron after the crystals, and little more, not there are many explanations on this peculiar species. It was a little frustrating, I am a zoologist and had very high expectations when reading from the existence of the "lagartario". Anyway, I imagine that more is a center of recovery than a Zoo (which I think well), but that have been adhered to so that people who go to visit him don't be surprised, as we did to us.
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