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Entering his office, his kitchen, his living room, his library, and in general all the spaces that he filled with love, kindness, and simplicity moved me to tears. It was such a highlight for me and my wife. I shall never forget the olive trees...More
Saramago’s house and library are a must visit if you’re in Lanzarote. You will get to know the intimate of this great writer (and his wife), all which he valued, and be amazed with his simplicity.
Shame on local government for not having any kind...More
For Saramago fans, this is a must do. For €8 you can visit the house where he lived and his library across the street. The guide is absolutely excellent, and gives information about his personal habits, his books, political and economical influences, and gives time...More
Something you really must do. Shameful as it is, I didn't really know anything about Jose Saramago before this visit. However, it would be extremely difficult to leave this place without being one of his biggest fans.
It is like, in a way, the Casa...More
Hard to explain how meaningful this visit was. I have heard about Jose Saramago since ever. Not just at school, but everywhere.
For 8£, you can visit both house and Saramago's library with a little surprise at the end!
Is so worth it! You will...More
We were given a guided tour by a pleasant young lady who spoke very good English. The tour includes an individual audio commentary to be heard in segments as you tour the complex. In the kitchen you are given a cup of coffee as part...More
This was one of our most unforgettable visits in Lanzarote. The tour of this writers home and library was an enlightening and intimate experience. His art works too are worth seeing. And our guide was very informative and pleasant. A great, great experience.
Have you heard of Jose Saramago or read any of his books? Maybe not. Here is an opportunity to visit his last house, have coffee on his veranda and learn more about this remarkable man who dedicated his life to writing about the struggle to...More