FORT BRAVO / TEXAS HOLLYWOOD, Province of Almeria

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FORT BRAVO / TEXAS HOLLYWOOD is located in Province of Almeria. Use our Tabernas trip generator to visit FORT BRAVO / TEXAS HOLLYWOOD on your trip to Tabernas, and learn what else travelers and our writers recommend seeing nearby.
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  • A desert and anything you think is unpleasant. En instead surprisingly gets you and you get sick. And of course if it does not address the visit with proper precautions been hurting. The Tabernas desert I will remain in my heart.
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  • We went to Western Leone, which is probably the smallest and the least developed site. It is a little run down, but the most important thing is that the views are still the same as captured in "Once u...  more »
  • We have visited not the Western cities but did the tour! The entrance is a little hard to find and if you then stop the eyes you can not get lost. Alternating landscape but not a desert as one imagines. Good shoes!
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  • If I could give zero stars I would, DO NOT under NO circumstances waste your money here!!!! If you are not completely fluent in Spanish and like polyester costumes and lame bored actors, it's a waste of your hard earned money, and they do want a lot of it! No one told us it would all only be in Spanish, no one warned us it might be loud, there was one show on and the actors couldn't have been any less bored or bothered. None of the other "houses" were open, I expected a museum or some sort of information to learn about Sergio Leone and the movies that were filmed there. It's basically a few houses with horses and a couple of people playing some sort of theatre sketch in Spanish, that's it. You can of course spend even more money if you want to dress up in worn out costumes and get a picture taken for a ridiculous amount of money. We were there with our 6 months old son and there should have been a noise warning of some description, which there wasn't, small or anxious children won't have fun here, nor will the parents unless they liked being ripped off. When I tried to claim my money back, I realised the only sign that was up in English, was the one saying, that you don't get your money back. This is a major tourist rip off and not the only one! We counted three of those "Cowboy" villages in close proximity and we met a Dutch couple coming out of one of them, complaining about the same things we did at Fort Bravo. I never spent 40 Euros less useful than here and if only one person gets spared the disappointment, it was worth the post
  • A good place for a day out. Watched couple of good shows there and actor and actresses works really hard to entertain.
  • Beautiful setting of several western films. It ran down with the time but still pretty nice. You have some shows in the saloon and outside. They are ok but only in Spanish! Be careful when you get there with children!! For the shows they use REAL blank cartridge!! Very very loud and dangerous for your hearing. They pay no attention to children (they shot with the pistol close to our daughter: 17 months)! So we had to leave the place. The price is high (17€ adult). But ok the place seems to be unique in Europe. We have been there in September. Simon Visit my website: www.noireblanc.de
  • Went here with the family, and was a disappointment for E60. The place is just a load a dilapidated buildings. You pass loads of dilapidated buildings on the way here, and you would be better of stopping and looking at these for free. There is a show that is put on, which if you understand Spanish, I'm sure you would find it entertaining. Personally I would give it a miss for the price. It could be so much better if some of the entrance fee was reinvested in the site, to maintain and improve.
  • It was interesting to see all the Spaghetti Western film sets and go in and out of all the buildings. The show was entertaining but would have been better if we spoke Spanish!