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Dali Triangle Live Virtual Tour
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Dali Triangle Live Virtual Tour

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Delve into the world of famous artist Salvador Dalí on a virtual tour of the visionary’s hometown, museums, and residences. Combining an intriguing mix of art, culture, and history, the tour has a broad appeal that reaches beyond just art lovers. Plus, as you visit the historic attractions on the virtual tour, a guide shares stories and details that you would likely miss if researching the sites on your own.
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PeterNoble wrote a review Aug 2019
London, United Kingdom170 contributions37 helpful votes
We popped in here during our stay at the wonderful Hotel Duran. They had told us about this exhibition, charting the culinary history of Empordà, including the Duran family itself. The exhibition, on two floors, was really informative and brought back happy memories for us of El Bulli in the old days and the rise of Catalan cuisine through the years. Bravi!
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Date of experience: August 2019
Traveller D wrote a review May 2019
Wales, United Kingdom11 contributions4 helpful votes
We stumbled across this when visiting the Dali Museum and found we also got free entry with our Dali Museum ticket. The staff were very helpful and they had an exhibition in part of the museum about the history of the famous chefs and restaurants that developed in this area over the past 60 years. Some fascinating memorabilia and stories in this exhibition.
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Date of experience: May 2019
The_Coach55 wrote a review Mar 2018
Ruislip, United Kingdom641 contributions276 helpful votes
Found out about this place while visiting the Dali museum after reading TripAdvisor. You can gain free admission here showing your Dali ticket and it is a short walk away from that museum. It was a pleasant, virtually empty haven after the hustle and bustle of the Dali museum. There was an exhibition of black and white photography from the Spanish Civil War, focusing on local politicians and personalities involved in the conflict. The subtitles were all in Catalan, but it was easy enough to following the gist. The remaining galleries contained art from the local area, dating from the 19th century. There were individual paintings by Dali and a very nice portrait by Joaquín Sorolla. Although I hadn't heard of any of the local artists, I enjoyed the vast majority of the work on display and spent a pleasant three quarters of an hour browsing.
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Date of experience: March 2018
Jo L wrote a review Nov 2017
Ramsgate, United Kingdom383 contributions43 helpful votes
Included in ticket price for Dalí theatre-just show your ticket within a week. Very few people in when we visited. Each floor covers different things. There is a lift if you have trouble with stairs. Centrally located. Worth a look.
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Date of experience: October 2017
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MarlynJ wrote a review Sep 2017
Sandpoint, Idaho88 contributions22 helpful votes
We found out about this place at the train station in Figueres. Entrance fee is waived with proof of Dali Museum ticket the same day. The person at the front desk was very friendly and helpful. The displays are varied and well curated. Excellent experience!
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Date of experience: September 2017
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