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Museo etnografico Casa Cristo

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navigator153 wrote a review Sep 2019
Fort Myers, Florida102 contributions49 helpful votes
We were lucky enough to have a local friend take us to this hidden gem. A time capsule of how a local peasant family would live in the late 19th C in a very lovingly preserved 18th C home. Robert brings to life each floor with his passion, knowledge of local history-and humor! Plan ahead by visiting the website for opening times and try to combine with the lovely nearby church of Sant Miguel
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Date of experience: September 2019
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Kathy M wrote a review Jun 2019
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Worth visiting for a view of local farming life. House and contents left untouched since 1947 and the way of life is brought to life by the local guide in a very entertaining and interesting manner.
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Date of experience: June 2019
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TorgutPt wrote a review May 2018
Faro, Portugal186 contributions59 helpful votes
We loved our visit to this amazing house. It was entertaining and interesting and a highlight of our trip in Andorra. Robert was a great guide and transformed the visit into a fascinating experience.
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Date of experience: May 2018
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Martin S wrote a review Mar 2018
30 contributions61 helpful votes
My 12-year old daughter and I both loved this little gem of a museum. We were the only visitors at the time and were lucky enough to get a private, guided tour in English. Our guide was very nice and provided us with lots of interesting and fun facts about the house and the family who used to live there. After having discussed Andorran food, he also tipped us off about where to eat the best cargols (snails/escargots)in town and which brands of fuet sausage that are the best :) The entrance fee is € 5 for adults, children go for free. The tour took about 30 minutes. The museum’s surroundings are beautiful, too - an old albeit small part of town with stone paved alleys and lovely old houses. We highly recommend a visit. Pay attention to the opening hours, the museum closes for a couple of hours mid-day but re-opens in the afternoon. /Mia and Ingrid from Eslöv, Sweden
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Date of experience: March 2018
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Katerina D wrote a review Feb 2018
Bournemouth, United Kingdom47 contributions23 helpful votes
A good chance to learn about the life of ordinary Andorran families at the turn of the 20th century. Very engaging tour given by the guide Robert. A short but worthy visit.
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Date of experience: January 2018
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