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Castillo de Niebla, Huelva

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Explore Castillo de Niebla, a medieval castle from the 15th century. Tour through cavalry grounds and the museum of arms, where you can see weapons and armor. Head to the basement and see old pottery before descending to the dungeons to find instruments of torture. At the falconry, learn about the people who cared for the birds, then move to the kitchens and see how they used to cook. You can also tour the countess's chamber and see how women lived in the castle. There are media rooms as well, where you can learn about various aspects of medieval life. Add Castillo de Niebla and other attractions to your Huelva trip itinerary using our Huelva tour planner.
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  • I really liked the Castle but the best of the visit were the dungeons, certainly back and will recommend it.
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  • It gets in the Green Guide just one asterisk. But what a surprise! The town is enclosed with the 12 century Moorish walls, and you drive or (better:) goes from a Moorish gateway. What you first see are the remains of a mosque/synagogue/Church where now a street goes through (!). Typical for Spain: you come anywhere a church against where once stood a synagogue or a mosque or vice versa. The Church of Niebla is not destroyed, but converted a mezquita:: in the minaret hang now clocks, and the monstrance stands in the ancient mihrab. You walk there literally through history. The castle is in reconstruction, but already worth visiting: huge for such a small town! And not to forget: the Roman bridge over the Rio Tinto. That deep rod, somewhat rusty water continues to fascinate. Niebla was for us a curious discovery.
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  • We went to see the walled city, and discovered a small castle, but with amazing internals. Spectacular their dungeons, with variety of instruments of torture properly commented and drawings that reflect their use. There are sound effects that increase the implementation situation. Highly recommended the visit to the Castle and go after the walled village.
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  • A nice town.
  • A site that shows the greatness of a province and above all of a municipality. For the first visitor you are excited, but for the following need to improve enough. New routes through the different galleries and streets of Castle /pueblo intramural and travel in the area of the parade ground. Needed investment to decide by the different Governments in restoring and cleaning the same. Best image can give.
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  • One of the gems of Huelva. The wall is preserved almost to perfection. A good place to photograph. Inside houses a church of which only the altar, something quite curious. There are markets and workshops dedicated to the re-enactment.
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  • Fog is a very beautiful town, with a good wall that surrounds it. Castle lacks a restoration and a little presentable space that surrounds it.
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  • Well preserved Castle, with rooms set in the middle ages and small escripciones of use, the walls and towers can be visited and from them you have good views. A recommended visit.
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