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Museo de las Brujas de Zugarramurdi, Zugarramurdi
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Esta muy bien contada toda la historia del pueblo y el por que de la caza de las brujas.Tiene un audiovisual muy intersanteThis very well told the history of the people and that the hunting of witches. It has a very interesting audiovisualshow original
Próximo a las cuevas,el museo, bien asentado, casa estupenda que acoge los misterios de las brujas y sus pormenores. Es recomendable su visita, bien cuidada y atractiva para el turista.Next to the caves, the Museum, well seated, House Super that welcomes them mysteries of the witches and their details. His visit, well-kept and attractive for the tourist is recommended.show original
Imprescindible ANTES de ir a las cuevas de Zugarramurdi para hacerse una idea clara de la historia. Una planta es desde el punto de vista de la Inquisición y la otra desde la mitología. En mi opinión ... read more »Essential before going to the caves of Zugarramurdi to get a clear idea of the story. A plant is from the point of view of the Inquisition and the other from mythology. In my opinion, it is best to start with the floor of the Inquisition. You go with the best taste. It is recommended to go with time because it is worth to read every sign. At least an hour. We were something else. Previously, in the morning, we had been in the caves of Urdax and the monastery. It was useful (not essential) having previously gone to the monastery to learn more about the role of the Abbot in the Act of faith from 1610.show original
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Teresa CI refuse to pay €4,5 (or €3.5) If you have already entered the caves and take the ticket to see some videos in a Museum a few years ago. How can cost more than the caves Museum? Managers tell them that they should check this, perhaps charging € 2 more people think it is but not. Put that it is essential to understand the caves is that they were not read the brochure that you gave them or not to read anything about the area before...show original
Pablo Manuel Fernández GrañaVery interesting, are few rooms but there is structured well. Although it focuses on the trial of sorcery, one of the most interesting is that he explains the historical and cultural context so that you can understand why what happened happened. It is not the right place if you are looking for is a theme park with witches, brooms and black cats.show original
Anna LorekEnter I have decided not to visit it, now not so much because the price of the ticket, I think that it should be set by both Museum and caves, if not by the content of the same., not it seemed nothing interesting and limited.show original
Ángela Vamp Díaz VampTalk about the experience of Zugarramurdi, a remote place where the only thing that is worth is the Museum friendly and educated girl, moreover, a scenery for curious tourists. If you are looking for is that pinch that you take in the stomach before the paranormal or strange, investing your leisure time in another place. If we talk about eating in the area you are imposed without the possibility of another option menu, I had the feeling to be annoying at all times, they have a lot to learn about tourism and restoration, they should travel to other regions of the South to learn something about the subject. Good or bad, this is my opinion and my advice.show original
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