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Museo de la Sidra

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Museo de la Sidra

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Plaza del Principe de Asturias S/N, 33520, Nava Spain
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Private Full-Day Barcelona Tour to Pla de Bages with Wine & Oil Tasting
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Private Full-Day Barcelona Tour to Pla de Bages with Wine & Oil Tasting

Get away from the bustling streets of Barcelona and dedicate your day to essentials of Spain - wine and olive oil in Pla de Bages, a beautiful region famous for its produce. <br>Let your guide take care of all preparations and plannings considering all transfers, lunch, and a tour of the vineyard and enjoy your trip. On our tour, you can buy wines and olive oils which will attract you the most and do not worry about shipping it to your home place.<br><br>• Take some rest from plain sightseeing<br>• Enjoy the true taste of Spain<br>• Let your guide take care of everything<br>• Pick-up and drop-off at your hotel
US$238.81 per adult
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Gperez72 wrote a review Oct 2017
Montreal, Canada74 contributions24 helpful votes
We went to visit the Sidra Museum after spending a few days in Oviedo. A must do to understand the theatrical way Sidra is served. My spanish is good but i had to ask them to speak slower to fully understand. They do not speak much English but they made an effort to give explanations in English. There is also a simulation of how the Sidra is made. They even give you an apple at the door so you can put it yourself in the machine. And there is a tasting at the end.
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Date of experience: October 2017
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RobbieJEF wrote a review Jul 2017
Leuchars, United Kingdom454 contributions32 helpful votes
Visiting the 40th Nava sidra fiesta, in the midst of a rain downpour from an Asturian storm, we decided to look for somewhere dry to hide. We knew about the museum, but didn't expect it to be open, as it was past 7pm. As soon as we stepped through the door, a couple of Spanish women greeted us like long lost friends they'd been expecting. This was because my wife and I made up the the necessary last two bodies needed to create a discounted entry fee for a group of 25 people! I love cider, and so does Asturias. The tour was thorough and tailored to be suitable for the adults and children in our group, although it was conducted in Spanish only, so we had to really concentrate to follow it. You see the old apple presses, bottling processes and techniques from the past. There is a lot to see and read, with traditional a traditional set of Asturian bagpipes, and descriptions in both Spanish and Asturianu. There is a map of the cider world, and a have-a-go set up for visitors to try the technique for pouring a culin, or shot, of cider in the local way. The shop and the toilets are good too. Nava is a small place, and the museum is the main attraction, but definitely worth a visit.
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Date of experience: July 2017
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Tim B wrote a review Jul 2017
14 contributions3 helpful votes
Visited after attending the annual sidre pouring festival in July 2016. The festival: what an experience. So community minded and friendly no doubt in part due to the free sidre (well free after paying 3euros for the Nava neck chief that then entitles free drinks). I didn't speak Spanish but had a fantastic time with amazing people. Visited the muesem afterwards. Not booked. Part toured with a French group. Coming from a cider producing area in the UK it was very interesting for me. The attempts at playing the pipes and pouring the sidre soon had us all in fits of giggles. Knowledgeable and friendly staff/guides. If visiting suggest possibly using the Feve train from Oviedo so that you can try the sidre. Enjoy
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Date of experience: August 2016
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Response from MuseoDeLaSidra, Director de Relaciones Públicas at Museo de la Sidra
Responded 11 Jul 2017
Thank you very much for your opinion. We are glad you had a good experience at the museum and hope to see you again in the next Cider Festival ;)
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71ane wrote a review Nov 2016
Europe46 contributions11 helpful votes
We spent about an hour which was fine to see all. Loved how interactive the tour was and the old video had us in stitches at times. The guides were lovely, friendly and made an effort to be helpful and make our experience very enjoyable! Really enjoyed the rana game and everything about this museum including the friendly locals!
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Date of experience: October 2016
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Angela P wrote a review Oct 2016
Oviedo, Spain192 contributions13 helpful votes
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*No need to make reservations, but check tour times. Quick hour visit. It was my parents first day visiting in Oviedo and it was pouring rain...I quick looked up something we could do and I figured it would be nice for them to get to know sidra a little better. The museum was informative (only in spanish, I translated for my parents). Sidra is such an important part of Asturian culture so it was cool to see the machines and how sidra is made.
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Date of experience: October 2016
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