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Visited both the Casa de la Navigacion and the Pinta on a combined ticket. The museum lacked any creativity or thought into the display and the majority of objects are either replicas or fragments in glass cases.
The pinta itself is interesting as it gives...More
It was like going back in history 500+ yrs where you got close & personal to one of the type of ships that Columbus used to sail into the unknown. You have to walk a fairly long plank to get to the boat. Great representation...More
The Pinta is much smaller than you would imagine & must have been a nightmare to sail in. This replica costs a couple of euros to visit & requires an ability to climb ladders. There were some interesting panels of information on board. Worth a...More
This looks like a tourist trap, and it is. But so what. This was a very neat thing to climb on and I wish I had young kids to go with me. It doesn't take very long to experience and it is a fun thing...More
It's promoted as an exact replica of the Pinta Caravel, that made the first trip to America, although that's not exactly the case - the replica's masts are metal, while the original was wood.
Nevertheless, it's an interesting experience, and the ticket is not expensive...More
Well worth a visit. For a small fee you can go see the replica of Pinta vessel used to cross the Atlantic at the time of Columbus. You really fell the vessel is small for such a journey. Respect for the Sailors that managed and...More