The buried village, whilst in a lovely location, is not very well done. The reproduction buildings are all the same and not really representative of what is on the info boards. And a lot of the information is repetitive. All that would be fine if the admission price wasn't so steep. On the upside there is a lovely waterfall that is worth the short detour, and the service was very friendly. Of all the fantastic things to do in the area, we would probably recommend giving this one a miss, unless you have money to waste.
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