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Skip the stresses of self-drive and public transport, and visit Gibraltar in one effortless day from Seville. With a guide providing observations and background that you’d miss if going it alone, enjoy a scenic coach ride to the peninsula and experience its highlights with ease. Visit the Rock of Gibraltar, meet its monkeys, explore St. Michael’s Cave, and enjoy free time to shop and have lunch (own cost) before returning.
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jgmiles wrote a review Nov 2016
Reno, Nevada155 contributions34 helpful votes
Great museum to visit, even as an adult! If you have a child/children this is a must visit!👍🏾 The museum shows many different kinds & styles of puppets of different eras & different parts of the world. It is gratis, so if in the area, it's soooo worth your time to visit this museum! Nothing to loose, not even your time!
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Date of experience: September 2016
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allus wrote a review May 2016
Edinburgh215 contributions48 helpful votes
Situated in a theatre space is a fine show of archeological remains displayed under glass footpaths. There is a short film show and a reenactment of life in ancient times also on screen beside the remains. The staff are pleasant, enthusiastic, knowledgeable and extremely helpful (one young woman even taking us out to the street to point out a good place to eat nearby!) This visit is amazingly free and was serendipitous for us as it appeared to be the puppet museum, which is actually at the other side of town. It is absorbing and worthwhile.
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Date of experience: May 2016
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