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Museo de Cadaques

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Dali Triangle Live Virtual Tour
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Dali Triangle Live Virtual Tour

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Delve into the world of famous artist Salvador Dalí on a virtual tour of the visionary’s hometown, museums, and residences. Combining an intriguing mix of art, culture, and history, the tour has a broad appeal that reaches beyond just art lovers. Plus, as you visit the historic attractions on the virtual tour, a guide shares stories and details that you would likely miss if researching the sites on your own.
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charles m wrote a review Apr 2019
Laredo, Texas32 contributions38 helpful votes
I could live in Cadaques, truly. On our trip through Northern Spain we only allocated one night here. The experience is truly unique. The restaurants and sights are one of the best we experienced on our trip. The townspeople are wonderful and the pastries are are beyond belief. This is the home of Salvador Dali which creates some interesting true folklore stories. Since he lived in our lifetime the enchantment is exciting. This village is nestled on the Mediterranean and surrounded with vineyards. The winding road with its curves to the townsite is a safe but slow drive with wonderful views of the region, from snow capped mountains to the beaches of the Mediterranean. Upon your arrival all will understand and also desire to live In Cadaques.
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Date of experience: April 2019
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GKP46 wrote a review Sep 2017
Houston, Texas393 contributions110 helpful votes
We enjoyed this attraction very much. It is comprised mostly of photos taken by Joan Vehi however it has furniture and artifacts made by Joan Vehi (he was a carpenter who became a photographer). There is also a very informative video shown on a large screen interviewing Joan Vehi which runs about 15 minutes. It is shown in different languages which is nice as you let the attendant know which language you desire. The photos are of Salvador Dali. his friends, visitors and some of his activities. Very informative and interesting. It is well worth the 5 Euro fee per person. Photography inside this attraction is not allowed.
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Date of experience: September 2017
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MrRob666 wrote a review Sep 2017
Nerja, Spain104 contributions13 helpful votes
We popped in here not knowing what to expect. Cost was 5 euros each. Tbh you don't get much for that. The exhibition, rather than museum, were of photos taken by Dali's friend and carpenter Joan Vehi. Some were interesting, maybe not one if you are a cat lover. I liked that one. Another missed trick was that the photos had no english translation on them so a lot where unclear as to the scenario. There was a dvd playing which had an english option which shed some background on the man though. Exhibition runs until October and is worth a look but dont expect too much.
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Date of experience: September 2017
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Rosan58 wrote a review Aug 2017
Hampshire, United Kingdom104 contributions79 helpful votes
We visited this museum which at the moment has some fascinating photographs taken by a local man who knew Dali for many years and worked for him. It's really worth watching the commentary which can be seen with English subtitles as it helps explain the photographs. These photos I feel show us something of Dali the man as well as Dali the artist
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Date of experience: August 2017
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MadamJosephine wrote a review May 2017
Melbourne, Australia1,065 contributions657 helpful votes
We visited the Museum which at the moment has a photo exhibition of Dali's Carpenter, who was also a photographer. He made the painters frames, lots of the furniture at Pt LLigat and had access to Dali and Gala in intimate surroundings. The photos are a reflection of their life and a video of his recollections gives a remarkable insight into the great surrealist painters life.
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Date of experience: May 2017
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