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Castillo de Mombeltran, Mombeltran
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  • For all ages, enriching. History lesson. Alvaro Bridgend Guide, very helpful adapts to times
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  • Very nice within what the passage of time has been able to leave us. The Guide explained it us everything very well, both history and construction. It will be paid.
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  • Seeing it is the sign that you are already immersed in the beauty of the mountains and surrounding.
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  • You can visit the Castle ⛫. near the entrance there is a small sign with the phone of the Guide making guided tours. I think that you can only visit with this person. It will be paid. The castle is very well-preserved. The guide explains many details of construction of the Castle and its history. Very interesting, worth a visit it if you are out there. You can then go walking in Cuevas del Valle which is close by, where it begins a Roman road of 5 km that leads up to the Puerto del Pico.
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  • A perfectly preserved Castle and practically without restoring, which is certainly worth a visit. Man who teaches you explains it all very well with many details and anecdotes and very entertaining way.
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  • Splendid, good weather, good people and good food, I like
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  • Very nice. It is worth visiting it.
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  • It doesn't seem very open to visitors. I could only see it on the outside.
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