Fundacion Amantes de Teruel, Teruel

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Experience the story of the lovers of Teruel at Fundacion Amantes de Teruel, a museum dedicated to the tragic lovers of the 13th century. Art, writing, music, and even their actual remains are on display. Video showings give you more detailed information about the “Romeo and Juliet of Spain.” The cathedral next door has its breathtaking decor and artwork. Purchase the complete tour, led by a guide; it includes a visit to the tower, which offers great views of the surrounding city. See Fundacion Amantes de Teruel and all Teruel has to offer by arranging your trip with our Teruel trip planner.
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  • I was expecting there to be audio tapes or similar in other languages....but there isn’t. The guide was cheerful and seemed good engaging well with the group (who were Spanish speaking of course...  more »
  • It’s more then only a church visit. Also the mausoleum from Teruels most famous lovers is placed here. And the church is also like the cathedral definitely worthy of a visit. For sure when you do the....  more »
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  • Ages standing in front of tomb, forced to have a guided tour which we didn't understand a word of. Wanted to spend time looking around the church but were obliged to stay seated and listen. Then given 1 minute to look at the entire incredible interior and hurried out.
  • 9 Euros seems an awful lot of money for what is on offer, this coupled with the less than entusiastic attitude of the staff makes it a place to see on the web rather than in acuaity, the mausoleum has been renorvated within an inch of its life and you are marched around it being told where you can look from and where you are allowed to photograph. this takes aproximatly three mins, then on to the church, which also appears to have been restored to a high degree, and whilst very colourful feels like a room set and not a place of worship. It is impossible to access the Church without going through the mausoleum which tells a lot about the intention of the authoriites. Needless to say the exit is via the giftshop. that should tell you all you need to know .

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