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Castelo de Soutomaior, Soutomaior

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  • I went to this beautiful Castle a December 24, along with my mother and I have to say that it was one of the most special Christmas Eve that has ever had. My mother walk through all the gardens, flowers look like taken from a tale. Truth which is a place full of history, and worth worth visiting it, the entrance to the castle only cost 2 euro, clear not is if that have increased it, but inside the castle there is armor, swords, and all the clothing that one would expect to see on a site like this. An excellent place to spend a different time,
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  • We arrived by chance and instead the site is one of those spaces that are worth. A medieval castle with fantastic views and a history to tell. A rehabilitation of the Castle and its surroundings worthy of mention, that only is overshadowed by the number of plates without meaning to the entrance of the same, the tone "this stone was placed to be President … blah blah blah". But if the castle is interesting, a return by its gardens still is more a wonderful forest where every tree has its tab and where some is that you will be surprised... That said, do not miss it...
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  • It seems incredible that this castle is not most touted in guidebooks and on the regional and national tourist information. Very well kept and restored. The gardens are stunning. In March the feast of Camellia make, I believe that there are more than two hundred of these trees in winter and flower: a show. On the inside should be "dress him up a bit..."
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  • Excelente. Fuimos con mis niños y ellos pasaron chupi
  • Beautiful setting, has beautiful gardens and great views of the Valley. The entrance to the Castle are 2 euros but I do not really touched me. The reform is not keeping with the environment. You miss more decoration and more museum pieces.
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  • The castle is very nice although the restoration of the interior, in my opinion, is not adequate. I give it five stars because the gardens are a marvel, a vast park where Miss walking among the trees.
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  • I put this note because the castle is of medieval only the outward appearance. Everything else is restored so that not it evokes nothing be medieval. More is a scenery or an exhibition hall. If only for that I would give 2 stars, but the gardens are another singing, they are very well preserved and is very pleasant to stroll through them. It is that which increases my note to you. It is a pity the ability of people, that by his vanity, destroy what others built before doing that it loses all its essence. Facilities of the Castle you can not be accessed with dogs. However the gardens if you can, although they must be tied. There is free parking at the entrance of the Castle. For the same price (1 euro for students, retirees and people with disabilities, 2 euros the rest), every hour there is a guided tour if meets a group of at least 5 people. The members of the group do not have to go together, if that is not the set of all visitors there at that particular moment and who want to make the guided view.
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  • A very nice site with very good views
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