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After confessing I was a bit of an urban explorer, a Spaniard I work with suggested this place. Quite a drive from Madrid but it was WELL worth it. The site is both as confronting as it is eerie. Although much more can be done...More
Belchite is worth checking-out. The ticket is 6€ per person, which is not exactly cheap, but we’re paying for the guide and the maintenance of this place, so I guess it’s okay. I went with a non-Spanish speaker and it was a bit hard for...More
This is a must see if you like history and war monuments. You need to call in advance and get a reservation, we went during New Years and it was packed. It is a guided tour usually given by someone from the town. So call...More
Ruins from the Battle of Belchite, 24 August to 7 September, 1937 are accessible with a guide. There is an audio recording available in English and other languages. The guide spoke English and Spanish, so questions I had were all addressed. Her mother and grandmother...More
Belchite is now only part accessible short of taking the tour. No way in without doing so and times were not so convenient with a bland midday 12 noon tour on a Saturday drawing in people from all around. Belchite is best when the light...More
Most people have probably not heard of Belchite but I suggest you make the effort to take a detour and visit. A casualty of the ferocities of the civil war, the village has been left in ruins as a reminder that war is hell. We...More