Villa Romana La Olmeda, Pedrosa de la Vega

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Archaeology Tour
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  • Beautiful site. Very modern building around the excavation. There are some videos that give you a good impression of the ancient times and how the place looked like and how rhe people lived. And the g...  more »
  • A superb hunting mosaic well displayed and protected in the context of a luxurious Roman villa. If you have only a moderate interest in the roman world, this is worth a visit.  more »
  • Although a 25km detour from the Burgos-Leon motorway, this is one exhibit we are relieved we didn't miss. Undercover so great as it was raining heavily, the Reception staff spoke English and had a pam...  more »
  • Great archeological findings. Highly recommended.
  • Magnificent villa. The guided tour is worthwhile. In addition the towns of environment make a few days in the area very helpful to be passed
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  • Half of the palencian fields are in this Center, built to display the ruins a farmer plowing the field of a luxurious Roman villa was found. They are preserved quite well most of the mosaics and the House stays, but others have been lost completely. There are guided tours and activities for children, and another Museum in Saldaña with entrance discounts.
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  • Spectacular and well-preserved mosaics from the 4TH century dC. I recommend the visit with the Guide.
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  • There are quite many mosaics. It is very well presented and mounted. Tuesday it was free from 15 h. Visit mandatory if you go through the area.
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