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Located on a small hill, the Iberian city of Ullastret overlooks the gentle and peaceful countryside of the Empordà. Between VIth and IInd centuries BC it was one of the largest concentrations of population in the pre-Roman Iberian Peninsula, and...more
The Museum of Archeology is located in Ullastret, a little town in Girona Province. It is an outdoor complex,where you can see a lot ruins of a big old iberian town,so it is a very interesting place for archeology-lovers. Also you can enjoy with the...More
Huge Iberian walls and well conserved structures around 25 hundred years old...a cultural visit even young children will enjoy. The museum was fine; it could have shown more things, but was nice and neatly presented. All in a wonderful environment. If you have the chance...More
This is a remarkable site, and well worth a visit. The site is an Iberian Iron Age town, where you can walk around and see the old buildings and town streets. The site is also one of the five main branches of the Archaeology Museums...More
The Iberian settlement at Ullastret is well conserved and takes you back in time. The small museum has a good collection of artefacts from the time of settlement (7 to 4th Century BC) and there is also a 3-D audiovisual experience which we really enjoyed....More
This is an interesting site to visit. You are given an audio guide to walk around with which helps a little with imagining how the site would have looked. Some more drawings would probably have helped around the site.
The museum is very good and...More
These are very impressive remains, in a bucolic situation. The city walls are amazing given that they date from 600 BC. The audioguide is entertaining, and the visit is not overlong. We liked the video, and seeing the skulls with nails through them was particularly...More
Good museum in a fantastic location. The Iberian remnants are the real reason for visiting. The huge defensive walls are particularly impressive, compared with some sites a lot remains and it's not difficult to envisage how the town functioned.
We visited in late October and...More
Impressive ruins of an ancient Iberian civilisation. Well explained in English with a free audio guide. New for this year is a 3D short film recreating the city as it appeared just before it fell to the Romans.
Situated in the middle of an ancient Iberian settlement, the museum is small but well worth a visit. A free guide in english is available to read as you walk round. The history is interesting and well explained. Boards dotted around the site explain what...More