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After confessing I was a bit of an urban explorer, a Spaniard I work with suggested this place... read more

Reviewed 7 December 2017
MichaelADoherty
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Madrid, Spain
Out of the way, but worth the trip

This is a must see if you like history and war monuments. You need to call in advance and get a... read more

Reviewed 20 March 2017
Garrick R
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Calle Becu n 2, 50130 Belchite, Spain
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Reviewed 7 December 2017

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

Thank MichaelADoherty
Reviewed 1 October 2017 via mobile

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

Thank Anna M
Reviewed 20 March 2017

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

2  Thank Garrick R
Reviewed 20 October 2016

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

3  Thank antonvanold
Reviewed 13 October 2016

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

1  Thank Sheri L
Reviewed 5 June 2016

Guided tours only and the commentary is in Spanish. However I felt it was well worth the time and effort.

Thank Patrick M
Reviewed 27 April 2016

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

1  Thank Alcazares48
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donruffles
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Sorry a misunderstanding, I am asking a question, where is the tour desk to make a booking?
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Thank you Rueben. I have now found thi site:)
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