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The network of sherlters meant the excavation of 2.80 miles of underground galleries, at more 29 feet deep, and 67 manholes for access. This system protected about 35,000 poeple out of a total of aproximately 50,000 inhabitants the city had those...more
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This is a unique opportunity to visit what is probably the most important surviving example of Spanish Civil War air raid shelters, but as the visit is only via guided tours and in Spanish, it's well worth doing some research online beforehand in order to...More
My husband and I visited the refuge tunnels recently. I wasn’t sure what to expect, but this is definitely worth a visit.
Located in the centre of Almeria, the refuge tunnels are accessed via a small glass building at the end of Paseo de Almeria....More
Being taken underground into the war schelter built during the Spanish civil wars by a local guide was very interesting!
Francos regime bombers attacked Almeria and therefore there was built 4,5 km underground chelters 9 m under the city. There even was a complete little...More
We went to book a tour but luckily managed to tag along with a group that was a few people light. At €2 each this has to be (I don't know quite how to phrase this) money well spent. This was a value for money...More
My partner and I visited the underground tunnels during our stay in Almeria last week. The tour is all in Spanish which was fine for me but my partner who does not speak Spanish still enjoyed it.
The tour lasts just over and hour and...More
Very good although no attempt from the guide to help the non Spanish speakers to understand things. My very basic Spanish helped but not much.
Also rushed through at a pace and missing some of the items on display
Add to that the fact that...More