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My 12-year old daughter and I both loved this little gem of a museum. We were the only visitors at the time and were lucky enough to get a private, guided tour in English. Our guide was very nice and provided us with lots of...More
Visiting Casa Cristo was an amazing experience. The house shows the type of life that a poor or working family had in Andorra in the 18 to 19 hundreds, and feels almost as if its previous ocupants had just left. The tour guide is a...More
The lovely young women at the front desk were quite friendly and one of them offered a comprehensive tour of the home. Her English was excellent and her description of the details in the home- from the cheese maker to the chairs by the fireplace-...More
The Comú d'Encamp showed some vision when they bought this abandoned time capsule of a dwelling. It is scrupulously preserved with the inhabitants' belongings on display so as to give the observer vivid insight into the details and structure of their hard and simple peasant...More
This was an unexpected delight. Many "ethnographic" museums contain a mixture of items from different sources to reflect the area. What makes Casa Cristo so special is that it is a house, frozen in time, when the elders of the five inhabitants has died and...More
I thoroughly enjoyed my visit to Cal Cristo. The house is a time capsule which is well worth seeing. The guide was a true professional and she really made the tour something special. The rescued dog at the front door is sweet too.
Cal Cristo is the family house of a lower middle class Andorran farmer, preserved in the state it was in the 19th century. The house, on 4 floors, situated slap bang in the middle of Encamp village, was the home to three generations and, of...More
Casa Cristo is a house that has been preserved. Even though it is in a built-up part of the town is is a rural dwelling, almost a farmhouse, set up as it would have been lived in about a hundred years ago. I found it...More