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Legends, Traditions and Essence of Catalonia Live Virtual Tour
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Legends, Traditions and Essence of Catalonia Live Virtual Tour

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Discover the highlights of Catalonia on a guided virtual tour through medieval villages, UNESCO-listed sites, and more. Exploring the region with a guide gives you an inside look into the culture that you can’t gather from research or watching videos. Plus, the interactive virtual excursion includes ample opportunities to interact with the guide and small group, making it perfect for travel lovers who want the travel experience without leaving home.
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fussy wrote a review Dec 2019
Berkshire, UK299 contributions343 helpful votes
Coming from the U.K. we have a plethora of beautiful homes and palaces - for interiors this takes the prize. Simply stunning if very indulgent - the pink fireplace and bathroom were our personal favourites. Really like stepping back in time and as if the owners had just popped out for a walk. So unspoilt, so ornate, yet a family home. Our guide, Pilar, did a great job of running a tour in Spanish and English - a good way To practice Spanish too to see how much you pick up before the English version. Just sad the owner didn’t live to enjoy, just his widow, but nice to see in the heirs it found someone to love it. Look forward to seeing the external tower and coronet renovations. Remember to look out for the moth mosaic as you enter ! Yes 10/11 euros not cheap and you can only take photos on entry- but creating priceless memories to us well worthwhile and nice not to see through a phone lease. Don’t miss if you visit Reus- so lucky that it has recently opened to the public . Hopefully something sympathetic will be done with the original linen store that is now empty. Maybe a cloth/linen themed cafe? Brilliant building outside and in.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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Vicenza2014 wrote a review Oct 2019
Carcassonne Center, France23 contributions5 helpful votes
A guided tour of this gem yielded up all kinds of surprises. There were many pieces of original furniture in the rooms. The tour guide was thorough and professional with an excellent command of English. Well worth a visit- just a pity that photographs are not allowed.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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Mary H wrote a review Oct 2019
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I would strongly recommend that anyone visiting Reus with an interest in architecture should visit this building. You need to book in advance but maybe just a day before. Our guide Anna was very informative and didn't mind answering lots of questions. The only disappointment was that we couldn't take more photos.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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marcmgvanhoey wrote a review Apr 2019
Antwerp Province, Belgium213 contributions64 helpful votes
Huge building with furniture and all.over structure. Needs Some renovation . Fabulous decorations and local castillian materials. THE guided Tour in english was not as Fabulous as THE building
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Date of experience: April 2019
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NuriaBarcelonaGuide wrote a review Feb 2019
Esplugues de Llobregat, Spain15 contributions12 helpful votes
Wow! What a beautiful building. Opened recently to the public. The arquitect Domenech i Montaner, teacher and competitor of Antoni Gaudí designed it. Very ornated, authentic and unique. Just next to Gaudí Exhibition and accross the square a great restaurant: Antiga Casa Coder. The guide, Pilar, was very good and help us "travelling to the past". A must if you visit Reus, home town of Antoni Gaudí.
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Date of experience: February 2019
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