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Very nice and apparently quite unique example of gothic civil building in Aragon. Enthousiastic... read more

Reviewed August 10, 2016
Patrick J
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Laarne, Belgium
Not a lot to see, but worth a visit.

We were staying in the Parador and this is in the grounds. We only spent about 30 minutes here... read more

Reviewed May 1, 2016
Azalel
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Rugby, United Kingdom
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10 Aug 2016
“Worth your visit!”
1 May 2016
“Not a lot to see, but worth a visit.”
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Reviewed August 10, 2016

Very nice and apparently quite unique example of gothic civil building in Aragon. Enthousiastic guide with a lot of historical knowledge. To be combined with a staycation and dinner in the adjacent Parador.

Thank Patrick J
Reviewed May 1, 2016

We were staying in the Parador and this is in the grounds. We only spent about 30 minutes here. There are some interesting wall paintings and good views. You would need to be a real history buff to get the most from the visit.

Thank Azalel
Reviewed December 31, 2014

Great views of the city and surrounding area. Well kept, quaint lounge area with good service. The beds were comfortable and the room was updated.

Thank Merritt47
Reviewed May 18, 2014

For the most part, the castle is now a hotel. There is a section that has preserved sections with medieval wall paintings that chronicled the medieval wars among the Christians, Jews and Muslims. Access to these sections is available during only the posted hours, which...More

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Reviewed April 17, 2014

Although within the hotel complex, the castle itself is locked and cannot be accessed except to guided tours. The tours are approximately every hour, cost 4 Euros and last some 40 minutes. Wait in the courtyard outside the doors to be met by a guide....More

Thank Rocket_man_in_ESA
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