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Ecomuseo Minero Valle de Samuno, Langreo
(4.3/5 based on 150+ reviews on the web)
Ecomuseo Minero Valle de Samuno is located in Langreo. With our international travel planner, El Entrego attractions like Ecomuseo Minero Valle de Samuno can be center stage of your vacation plans, and you can find out about other attractions like it, unlike it, near it, and miles away.
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  • Interesting attraction for those who have not lived in mining environment. Impress the depth of the mine as seen in an existing level schema - 1 which is where is reached, there are 6 levels below, but direct contact with the galleries we miss since only happens for them on the train. During the journey of ida a recording is reporting what they will be seeing (should not see any box of Telecable in the walls of the tunnel) and just around Asturian mining music. Many visitors make the journey of return walk. Arriving at the mine a guide welcomes you and accompanies the ascent by the elevator which, as he explains the own guide, is modern decorated with sound effects to create an antique atmosphere. Already in the new mine talk of the guide in the machine room and the toilets of the miners and then wander through the different departments (carpentry, blacksmithing, first aid kit, etc.). Recommended although it falls a bit short. .
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  • I recommend the best, Olimar restaurant in la Felguera 1 km is easily reachable, Super summer terrace for dining, excellent rice dishes
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  • By chance we discovered this gem on the Internet and we decided to visit him. Ideal both for adults and children, combines playfulness of penetrating in the mine in a curious train with the recreation of the working of the mine. Very friendly staff... left there making us a much closer miners idea
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  • Well worth a visit. Interesting journey into the history of the now almost non existent Asturian mining industry. Take the train deep into the chambers of the mountain to see in detail how a deep coal mine was constructed and worked. The only downside is no English language audio guide for non Spanish speakers.
  • We went Saturday, November 5, 2016. It was closed. In advertising brochures says that from 1 to 30 November open Saturdays, Sundays and public holidays. Schedule information appears on the page and if you try to book does not let you but neither tells you because. If you call by phone did not appear a voice with the schedule. We present ourselves there and it was closed, but there is no sign that says nothing. If you change things and you do a publicity should assure you by other means to warn that it has changed. Because we made the trip in vain. Thank goodness that was the mining museum which pleasantly offset the trip.
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  • We paid the visit with our two teenage children who hate museums and came away happy. The visit starts with a journey by train through the tunnel to the inside of the mine. With this you're delighted. Then the elevator to the surface and a brief guided tour in the facilities, where they leave you free time also to enjoy the visit at your own pace. The charming guide explains very closely the operation of the mine, but also, and rightly, the life of the miners. A visit recommended 100 percent.
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  • Very interesting explanations of the Guide. Simply put, children and adults we have approached mine. A great way to get in the hard life of the mining situation
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  • It is very nice but would be better if there were some more activity as for example to visit any Gallery, you climb too soon from the train. Great restaurant very good food, good price and super nice. Nice guide.
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