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Museo de la Moto y El Coche Clasico

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hans-jaguar wrote a review Oct 2018
Santa Comba Dao, Portugal16,661 contributions634 helpful votes
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To visit this (Small) but lovely maintained museum, please do not follow your Gps, it is better to follow the signs or to ask on a local, tis because the Gps will try to take you through even smaller villages, we use “Tom Tom” and we did not get there without asking a local. Well worth a visit, but check the opening times first. Long break for a nap at lunchtime, as it is usual in Spain. Here you will see a very strange mix of cars, motorcycles, carriages but anyhow it is well worth an hour or two of your time. It has a strange mixture, but it is good and it is not expensive. The exhibits are in several states of repair but it is a nice place to walk around. The ride until the location can look a bit scary for some people, but as long as you do not stop on the steep hill it is OK.
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Date of experience: October 2018
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Neil F wrote a review Sep 2017
Hertfordshire, United Kingdom81 contributions22 helpful votes
This strange hodgepodge of cars, motorbikes, carriages and Oran's is well worth an hour or two of your time. It has an odd mix but is good and not expensive. The exhibits are in various states of repair but it's an enjoyable place to wander
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Date of experience: September 2017
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keith m wrote a review Jun 2017
London, United Kingdom761 contributions188 helpful votes
Plenty of vehicles to look at all set in separate buildings on the edge of a small town. Ride into it is a bit daunting but as long as you don't stop on the steep hill its OK. Sat Nav tries to take you through even smaller villages, just head for the town and follow the signs. Plenty of stuff I've not seen before (MV Augusta two stroke with a sidecar?) and you wonder how they got some of the massive 50's and 60's American cars up here. Worth a visit but check opening times first. Long break for a siesta at lunch time.
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Date of experience: May 2017
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