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Morella Castle, Morella
(4.2/5 based on 460 reviews on the web)
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  • A castle to visit and transport you to the past. Its strategic location is displayed across the flat of Morella and surroundings. Highly recommended to make panoramic pictures. The route is indicated, with panels explocativos.
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  • Very interesting. great ride with little girl of 3 years. Gives standing to the imagination and to those stories medieval. great views of the Maestrazgo
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  • Despite the rise deserved the penalty by the views and good photographs that you can do from there
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  • Amazing old fortress. Great views of the surrounding countryside. Worth a visit!
  • Great place to visit! Keep in mind, it takes up to 1-2 hours to get to the highest point.
  • Very nice and interesting, there's a good go uphill and we spent two horetes walking inside the enclosure. There is Wc the informer of the entrance we were alert and we make use of what is there before uploading), nor any place to buy drinks.
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  • If you're going to see Morella an obligatory visit. The castle is located in the village. We want to eat and make the visit in the afternoon. It is recommended doing so soon to be able to enjoy everything. It is one long visit (between 1 and 2 hours) depending on how fast that is, in my case, were stopping every bit to take photos and read the signs. The entrance to the castle is located in the middle of the village, near the main street and next to the Church. You expect not entering a Franciscan convent to gain access to the Castle. Just enter there is a tour desk and a very nice man who must be tired of always repeating the same thing, but each person who goes into explaining them with a map all points to visit with a smile. Entry costs € 3.50 and the man explains that the first thing you'll see is the cloister and old church, all belonging to the Franciscans. All this quite damaged but is worth visiting it. After a small visit to the area below, one gets to the ascent to the Castle, recommended wear proper footwear is all the way up to the castle of Earth with stones. The castle itself has nothing, old ruined houses where the soldiers were guarding but deserves to make the trip and if you like, read every sign that appears to know a little history of the site. The facilities are quite quite dilapidated and in rehabilitation period, but most of the sites you can visit. The views from the top are quite impressive, only by that is worth the walk.
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  • Very interesting and care. Good views. But the entry should be free.
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