Villa Romana La Olmeda, Pedrosa de la Vega

(4.8/5 based on 190+ reviews on the web)
Villa Romana La Olmeda is located in Pedrosa de la Vega. Our Carrion de los Condes trip generator makes visiting Villa Romana La Olmeda and other Carrion de los Condes attractions simple, and helps you make a travel plan personal to you.
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  • It fits perfectly in my opinion, the excavation with the building constructed to house them. Domestica excellent explanation by the guide that allows you to know the way of life and community of the time. I believe that we must go even purposely.
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  • It is not for nothing that one in principle can be expected. It is the ruins of a House of a great Lord of the times of Rome with a number of mosaics preserved in place original which is well worth visiting. My recommendation is the of make the visit guided, since with she one is carries a better idea of how lived in that time and makes that see details that to simple view can pass unnoticed.
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  • If you like the Roman ruins, this villa is the best preserved of Spain. The mosaics are well preserved and part of the structures. They have a few videos in multiple languages that help you to get a more accurate idea of what you're seeing.
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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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