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Terrible parking access and once you walk up there no one seems to speak English , or French or German etc. However, they understood enough to take your entrance money and gesticulate to join the queue. Notice on the kiosk window says tours every 10...More
In short, they speak perfect English to take your money. Then the tour starts and it's all in Italian. When we asked the tour guide, he told us in perfect English that when they come to America people don't speak Italian to them. The dumbest...More
Visiting this island brings to mind Italian history. Garibaldi is the father of modern Italy. He united Mainland Italy with Sicily and Sardinia. The one thing he was unable to accomplish was to bring Corsica into the fold. Italians that know Caprera say he build...More
Musseum is great and good visit, reading the history from the paper, they gave us with the ticket. The guys who suppose to guide the tour terrible, moody, do not open their mouth, even to reply to any questions, they were with an angry face...More
You have to follow around the guide and listen to the tour in Italian there is no escape .This was not explained to us on buying the ticket . As we started the tour we were given a piece of paper with a short explanation...More
Any museum is a place where you can visit and take your time appreciating the history, absorbing whatever is exposed there, but this doesn’t happen here. It isn’t a museum, it’s rather a quick tour with a very rude guide following you and shouting history...More
33 of us visited the White House on 28 September 2014. There were two official guides present, who were mainly interested in getting us in and out of the house as quickly as possible. In spite of paying €6 each there were no brochures available...More
This is an interactive museum very useful all about Garibaldi . The museum has been open 2 years and an fort has been used for the various spaces. There are also museum staff on site to do all the explaning. Very well looked after.