We went to the Monastery because of its historical importance and paid the 15 euro each to see it and the grounds because we had driven 1 1/2 hours to see it and were meeting with a local family of four. The cloister is in very good condition, having been renovated. The church is three walls in disrepair. The entire property, to include the church, nature area and museums (displays), are privately owned. It is outrageous for six people to have paid 90 euros for a three hour visit.
- Also Known As:
- Monasterio De Piedra Zaragoza