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Castillo de La Adrada, La Adrada

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  • We pass through La Adrada and stopped to see the Castle. Access is easy and very cheap entry. 3 euros the normal input and 2 the reduced. Children under 6 years do not pay. It is a small castle which is visited in 1 hour. It is not a Grand Palace but it is well maintained. It's worth the visit.
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  • It is well restored. At the beginning of the visit they show you a very enjoyable video which tell you the history of the site. The rooms that you can visit are presence sensors that trigger voices which liven up the visit. The exhibition is well mounted and has elements that help children get interested.
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  • I still remember when I played in the ruins of the ancient castle and I'm hallucinating with the reconstruction has been done. Regular recording of several Spanish series stage (Aguila Roja, Isabel...) without a doubt worth a visit. At the start of a video with the history of the castle is projected, then the staff gives a talk telling the most important details of the restoration and visit continues with a tour around the Castle.
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  • Beautiful and curious castle that is born of a church. It is very well restored. They show you a video of the history of the Castle and a 3D simulation with the different reforms suffered over the centuries, which then allows you to traverse all public understanding each of its corners. It has a very well-designed interpretation Center, explaining the evolution of the valle del Tiétar from prehistoric times to the present day.
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  • The castle is great, from the top all the people can see. It is best seen on the internet at what time do the medieval market because, although it is peta, it is worthwhile since they adorn the Centre of the village and in the plaza de toros make fair. So it was a few years ago.
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  • The State of conservation of the castle is very good. The visit is pleasant and very instructive. In a room you can see a video where explain the history of the fortress and recreate the extensions and changes along the same. Some areas are difficult to access for the disabled.
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  • good state of conservation. excellent guide. clean. professionalism and friendly service. cheap.
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  • Good place to visit. This castle appeared in many shoots, as for example in the "Ministry of time". You can make the visit at a great price, and the outdoor area is free of charge. Must-see if you are traveling through the area.
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