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Fundación Cesar Manrique
Tim and Val stayed at the Melia Salinas in Costa Teguise which is the subject of a separate report.
We take the Fundación Cesar Manrique for this purpose to mean the Museum in Tahiche that was his former home before moving to...More
We loved our visit to the Cesar Manrique Foundation in Tahiche. It’s a beautiful house/gallery set in stark black volcanic landscape. The building is cool and inviting with hidden underground rooms built into the lava flow. White tunnels underground lead you to pools and fountains....More
I had never heard of Cesar Manrique until we visited Lanzarote.
We really enjoyed our visit to Cesar Manrique’s foundation.
It was an inspiring place. It was amazing how the artist created this dwelling to blend in with the landscape. His work is very inspiring....More
It wasn't bad or terrible but after being to Lagomar in the morning this was not at all worth it for the money... very small, everything closed off and restricted.
I was genuinely disappointed after spending my money and realising that's all there was.
What an exceptional man. Cesar Manrique certainly transformed Lanzarote which is vision, ideas that must place him as one of the most influential artists come architects of the 20th century. His house designed in the lava flows is breathtaking with each room being unique and...More
As above, Cesar Manrique was a huge influence on the way Lanzarote has been structured. A huge influence to the whole Island. His house demonstrates his influence beautifully. If you want to learn about this beautiful Island this is a must visit.
This is absolutely a right of passage. I visited Lanzarote purely because a friend recommended the architect Cezar Manrique.
Words simply fail me - we visited his foundation, by taxi, as we heard that we may want more time there than a tour allowed. We...More
There are few areas / rooms that are kinda underground ..the lava rooms; but accessed thru open walk areas & steps. Its not claustrophobic in anyway. Many different areas to see as well as the museum which is very airy.A... More
There are few areas / rooms that are kinda underground ..the lava rooms; but accessed thru open walk areas & steps. Its not claustrophobic in anyway. Many different areas to see as well as the museum which is very airy.A lovely unique place to visit & learn about the man, culture & Lanzarote itself.