Villa Romana La Olmeda, Pedrosa de la Vega
(4.8/5 based on 180+ reviews on the web)
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  • Site of some remains discovered in 1968 by a farmer that thought more in that the people could enjoy that in their own interest. In 2006 was built a cover to protect them and continue investigating. Great highly recommended
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  • Remains of a Villa romana in modern and comfortable, well maintained facilities and show you "supposedly. life in that place and at that time it was like The visit is made by a few aisles where you can see the rooms of the villa and mosaics and other elements that are preserved in the Villa. With information panels in all areas.
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  • How wonderful! How much work and how well done! And what guide so in love with their work and research. Happy to hear them. And it is all well organized. It is a pleasure to hear and see all the explanations about the life and customs of the Romans who previously lived on that farm. A visit that should not be missed in any of the ways Ah! and it is all covered in a huge ship that makes that we better endure the rigors of the climate.
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  • 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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