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Fungiturismo

Pradejon, Spain
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About Fungiturismo
Fungiturismo is the first spanish guided tour service mushroom crops and mushrooms. The initiative is at Pradejon (La Rioja), the town who most cultivated fungi produce in Spain. The first part of the route begins at the Fungiturismo Center where visitors will learn the secrets of the Kingdom Fungi through interactive activities and mushrooms tasted the garlic paired with wine DO Rioja. The second part of the route ends with a visit to traditional crops of mushrooms and fungi, where visitors will learn to collect mushrooms and make a fungicata raw. You can combine the route with fungimenus prepared by local restaurants, combining mushrooms and mushrooms with dishes from the Rioja cuisine.
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inadine wrote a review Jun 2019
Leeds, United Kingdom17 contributions7 helpful votes
We’re given an information sheet with opening ours for Saturday. It mentioned opening until 20.00hrs. Arrived at 15 hrs and were told closed till Sunday. Information given to us by tourists office in Calahorra. Disappointed as drove some distance.
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Date of experience: June 2019
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Vanessa H wrote a review May 2016
Logrono, Spain20 contributions2 helpful votes
Really enjoyed this - Museum + 'bodega' tour shows the unique history and science of mushroom growing that has made this little town the biggest producer of mushrooms in Spain! The guide was fantastically knowledgeable, easy to understand (even if your Spanish is not aces) and
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Date of experience: April 2016
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Samuel H wrote a review Mar 2016
Logrono, Spain174 contributions43 helpful votes
Everything you should wonder about the stuff you get on your plate, here you start with champignons, Portobello, oyster and shitake. First a theoretical part, then a degustation and finally a visit to one of the 'dungeons' where the mushrooms grow. Believe it or not it was one
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Date of experience: March 2016
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rorybear wrote a review Dec 2015
Cork, Ireland26 contributions13 helpful votes
We had a wonderful tour of the museum and the mushroom cultivation area in June of this year. The guide was very helpful and interesting. He was also very interested in his place and in the guests. We all really enjoyed this interactive and very different tour. We are very
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Date of experience: June 2015
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