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Pinturas Rupestres Albarracin

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Land of the lost

Go back in time to when saber toothed tigers roamed the woods and hated humans. Impressive and... read more

Reviewed October 13, 2016
Miyako T
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Valencia, Spain
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Very suprising addition to my trip to Albarracin!

This was recommended by the lady in the tourist office and was worthwhile going. It's a 10 min... read more

Reviewed January 27, 2016
przemyslawc2016
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Birmingham, United Kingdom
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13 Oct 2016
“Land of the lost”
27 Jan 2016
“Very suprising addition to my trip to Albarracin!”
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Reviewed October 13, 2016 via mobile

Go back in time to when saber toothed tigers roamed the woods and hated humans. Impressive and totally worth the short drive from Albarracin.

1  Thank Miyako T
Reviewed January 27, 2016

This was recommended by the lady in the tourist office and was worthwhile going. It's a 10 min drive. Slightly confused by the sign positing of various routes but nevertheless we got to see impressive paintings and views. Highly recommended for everyone, especially history lovers...More

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Reviewed July 15, 2013

We found out about these prehistoric rock paintings from the helpful lady in the Albarracin information office, on the edge of the village, on the road from Teruel. Try to get a map, or good directions. It is possible to do a half day walk...More

5  Thank learningitalianat50
Reviewed August 30, 2012

Once we understood where to park, and then follow the trails, it was a fabulous few hours, the trail/pathway is well signposted and very easy to follow. Beautiful location amongst the pine trees, really tranquil and lovely. A beautiful walk in itself. It is also...More

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