Museo Universidad de Navarra Reviews
Ni que decir tiene que siendo un museo ya tienes muchas cosas geniales para ver, pero si además en ese sitio te dan muy bien de comer y las vistas desde el restaurante son impresionantes. La relación ... more »Needless to say, being a museum already you have a lot of great things to see, but if also on that site they give you very good to eat and the views from the restaurant are breathtaking. The value for money of the food is very good and they leave the possibility to take half menus (which many times, especially at dinner) is more than enough.
Pamplona è famosa in tutto il mondo anche per la potente Università dall'OPUS Dei che vi ha sede. Trovarla non è stato facile perché non vi sono indicazioni e per arrivare si deve fare un sottopasso. ... more »Pamplona is also world famous for the powerful University from OPUS Dei which is based there. Finding it was not easy because there are no indications and to get there you have to do an underpass. The university is very large, with lots of gardens and very green. At the entrance there is a seedling so as not to get lost. There is also an interesting museum of modern art. If you like to follow tracks in the style of Dan Brown you will have fun.
This museum was out of town and a good 30 minute walk from our hotel. So we debated a bit weather we should bother. We decided to go as my wife is a fan of modern art. To be honest most of the time I don't get it, some of the stuff I have seen in various museums I have seen a child could have done so I don't get what all the fuss is about. Half the time I think good on the artist they have taken the museum for a ride. This museum was the exception it has a small but well chosen number of pieces. But what transformed my understanding was the very knowledgeable guide who gave us an insight into the significance of the important pieces and with that explanation transfor6my understanding of at least the pieces they are exhibiting. Well worth the excursion but make sure you take the guided tour.
I am not pleased because their advertised times in the guidebooks and on their entrance say 10am whereas the actual opening time in the summer, apart from Monday, is 11am. This is really annoying to find out when you have walked there from the town centre. I was told primly to check on their website when i arrived an hour early.
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