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One of our kids had found this on the internet. I was somewhat sceptical as this was mentioned to be a replica but this was really worth visiting. Felt so real when visiting this replica-cave, also very interesting touring guide and excepcionally realistic brought. When...More
We took the bus from town which was easy every half hour for €4.50 to zestona. Bus stop back from zestona is closer to San Sebastián direction than the one you get dropped off at. Headed straight to info point and booked tickets for next...More
Allow a bit more time to walk to site from the village. It has to be the longest 700m in history, but it is stunning, and has its own stories to tell.
We did the tour with a guide, in castilliano, augmented by the audio...More
Visited both in the museum and we made a little walk to (locked) cave entrance and to nearby forest,whic was very relaxing. We had a group only for English and had a wonderful hour, thank you! Even you can't see the original cave, you get...More
Visiting a place like this is a wonderful experience. Yes you have to park in Zestoa, buy your ticket in the tourist office and yes you do have a bit of a walk but it's all worth it to see a place like this. It...More
You can buy a ticket online (www.ekainberri.biz) if you have N.I.F-number. If not, you can use any number which has the right form (https://es.wikipedia.org/wiki/Número_de_identificación_fiscal), or send an email. Whether you bought tickets online or not, first you should visit the ticket office (Portale Kalea 1)...More
As mentioned by previous reviewers, be prepared for a bit of a walk (ours was in heavy rain) from the centre of Zestoa, however, it is well signposted and mainly on the level. You can only visit the replica caves with a guided tour, but...More
We really enjoyed our visit to Ekainberri. Yes, a bit hard to get to. Head to Zestoa to get tickets. Park and then walk -a beautiful walk- up to the museum/replica cave. We were lucky to have an English speaking guide, but the audio also...More
this is not an easy place to get to. we had to drive to the town, then find the tourist office in order to buy tickets. if you don't speak spanish (we don't) this is a difficult task.
then you have to find the place...More