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Palacio Real de Olite

Plaza de Carlos III el Noble, 31390 Olite, Spain
+34 948 74 12 73
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Amazing Visit

The Palacio Real de Olite is a must visit. The palace is beautifully kept and has so many areas to... read more

Reviewed 3 days ago
AdrianaJune2010
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Toronto, Canada
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Fun visit - great views of the area

The rustic, unfurnished castle has multiple towers to climb that offer amazing views of the... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
sequoia44
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california
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Plaza de Carlos III el Noble, 31390 Olite, Spain
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Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

The Palacio Real de Olite is a must visit. The palace is beautifully kept and has so many areas to visit. Going up the six towers gave you a great feeling of being back in the time. From the towers you also get a great...More

Thank AdrianaJune2010
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

The rustic, unfurnished castle has multiple towers to climb that offer amazing views of the surrounding area. The different areas and rooms of the castle are numbered and provide an interesting description of what you are looking at. A fun one hour visit for only...More

Thank sequoia44
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

If you like castles then you can't miss this one. Even if you don't like them, don't miss this experience. To take full advantage you will walk a lot of steps, particularly narrow and winding, up/down in the towers. The views of Olite from the...More

Thank jostef75
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Reviewed 8 June 2018

It was burnt down and a lot rebuilt in the 1920's but they did it well. The castle is pretty empty in side the rooms, but there are lot of towers, and ramparts, and things to wonder around so still plenty to do. Good views...More

Thank Chris N
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Reviewed 5 April 2018

Depends on your interests, but I like castles so had a great time wandering around! Easy to go up different towers and see the view from the top. You can see far into the distance. Really a great little town. After the Castle, we went...More

1  Thank stfong007
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Reviewed 5 April 2018

Beautiful friendly place and you can walk around lovely buildings, and church well worth the visit! Many bars and small shops offering typical,products as well as local souvenirs and you also have a tourist information office.

Thank Evelyn S
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Reviewed 24 March 2018 via mobile

I only had a few minutes to visit this castle but really enjoyed it. All rooms are not furnished but the walls and overall castle is well preserved. The view from the tower is amazing. Entrance was very cheap

Thank Jetrotteleglobe
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Reviewed 15 March 2018

Give yourself plenty of time to explore this amazing castle. There are so many halls, passages, chambers and ramparts it's easy to lose your way and miss parts of this wonderful castle. You can climb to the top of the highest tower and the views...More

1  Thank Paddy-Relle
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Reviewed 7 February 2018

Really worth the visit but be prepared to do a lot of exploring and climbing. One of the few castles that you can climb to the very top and check out nearly all the nooks and crannies of it. There is no furniture, fixtures or...More

Thank BonnieN4
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Reviewed 2 December 2017 via mobile

We stayed in the Parador that is attached to the Palace but if you not staying this place is definitely worth making a diversion to come and see . It is restored to a very high standard and looks magnificent. 3.50€ to get in is...More

Thank phillip g
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