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Museu Casa d'Areny-Plandolit

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Museu Casa d'Areny-Plandolit

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Three Countries In One Day: France, Andorra, Spain From Barcelona With Pickup
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Three Countries In One Day: France, Andorra, Spain From Barcelona With Pickup

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Get your passport ready to visit three countries in one day during this private whistle-stop tour of sites in Spain, Andorra, and France from Barcelona. Start your trip with hassle-free hotel pickup, and then head to must-see locations along the Spanish, French, and Andorran borders such as the medieval town of Baga, Mirador del Roc del Quer viewpoint, and a ski resort in the Pyrenees.
$231.12 per adult
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Chuck wrote a review Jun 2020
Andorra171 contributions55 helpful votes
I recommend you to visit the home through three different centuries of a traditional and wealthy Andorran family. Please take the guided tour in order to know how the family used to live. They are very interesting stories. If you can, please read the book "L'últim estiu a Ordino" in Catalan of Joan Peruga. Please do not forget to visit the garden
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Date of experience: September 2019
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Ivann64 wrote a review Jun 2019
Bratislava, Slovakia141 contributions9 helpful votes
This museum is particularly interesting because it shows a different life than most people in Andorra have. Inside the mansion (maybe not as rich as elsewhere in Europe) and outside Andorra with stone houses and high hills around. The tour can also be done in English and the guide will be happy to answer any questions about life in Andorra in the past and today.
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Date of experience: June 2019
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SomeonePhnomPenh wrote a review Jun 2019
Phnom Penh, Cambodia28 contributions4 helpful votes
This was an informative tour of one of the homes of the former premier family of Andorra. I was the only person on this particular English language tour and the guide was knowledgeable, thorough and receptive to questions. I especially appreciated the way in which the guide presented the home in both its historical and sociology-cultural contexts. It was a great mini history lesson. The architecture and furnishings of the house are also interesting on their own. This visit can be combined with other activities. I loved my visit to the beautiful and historic church just few meters walk from this house and also enjoyed a pleasant walk on one of the charming trails nearby. Note: The house can only be visited by a tour, which must be pre-booked. English language tours are least common so get your request in early. If you do not have a phone that works in Andorra, ask the tourist information office to help you book the tour so that you don’t waste a trip to Ordino to only be turned away at the door. Also do purchase the museum pass for 2.5 eu, giving you 50% off of three visits. Since the regular tour costs 5eu you can’t lose!
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Date of experience: June 2019
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Susannah M wrote a review Jul 2018
Windsor, England, United Kingdom57 contributions38 helpful votes
reasonable price to get in and you get a guided tour in your language - full of wonderful things and interesting history
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Date of experience: July 2018
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sbgsbg2018 wrote a review Jul 2018
Toulouse, France8 contributions1 helpful vote
badly organised. We were told to come back and make sure we had a guide. Which in fact isnt a guide but a watchdog who is concerned about potential theft. Not sure why it took us 3 trips to get a visiting hour. In mid-July, the place is rather empty and three people work there. Very limited historical knowledge of the guide who couldn't even tell us how the first wife of the Baron died. I had to read online afterwards. she was assassinated in Barcelona and it was big news at the time...
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Date of experience: July 2018
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