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Coves de l'Espluga

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Jordi wrote a review Dec 2017
Vic, Spain21 contributions8 helpful votes
It has been an amazing visit. Everything was very well explained by Samuel. From outside it doesn't seem a good place but you will surprise with the lights, the figures and everything. I would write this review in my language but TripAdvisor don't allow me to do it in Catalan. Franco would be proud.
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Date of experience: December 2017
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f00dl0ver2015 wrote a review Sep 2017
Province of Barcelona, Spain2 contributions
Great fun visit that last about an hour to the caves were you will find out how the cave was formed and how humans have lived in there through the years. Great explanations with videos and figures that kids and grown ups will enjoy. Also as it's cool temperature inside it's a great visit to do on a hot summer day.
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Date of experience: August 2017
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Erwin v wrote a review Jul 2017
Zeist, Utrecht, Netherlands7 contributions1 helpful vote
A real must see / must do! An enthousiastic team of two guides, Ramon and Sergio, and translator Vicky lead us through our first steps in speleology. They gave lots of information while we were crawling through narrow passages and walking through the underground river, profesionally dressed in neoprene suits. Sitting in one of the caves with no light at all and only the sound of the underground river was really impressive. Really great!
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Date of experience: July 2017
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max_patrick wrote a review Jul 2016
Gateshead, United Kingdom186 contributions54 helpful votes
Made of pebbles stuck together with sand which has risen above sea-level. Then cored out by a natural spring. Very interesting place to visit. They have videos (keep the small children also amused) throughout showing possible scenes of neanderthal and early human inhabitants. Much more about the human side than the minerals and rocks. In my home country of England it would be the other way round. Not sure which is better.
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Date of experience: July 2016
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Katherine E wrote a review Jul 2016
Birmingham, United Kingdom27 contributions10 helpful votes
Very interesting caves. The 'tour' is well presented with a guide and inclusive audio details in English. There is adequate and appropriate lighting, and safe walking. The tour takes about an hour. Well worth a visit and not too expensive,
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Date of experience: June 2016
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