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Dalí Theatre-Museum
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Dalí Theatre-Museum
'I want my museum to be a single block, a labyrinth, a great surrealist object. It will be a totally theatrical museum. The people who come to see it will leave with the sensation of having had a theatrical dream.' Dalí got his wish. The Dalí Theatre-Museum – under which the artist himself lies buried – is one of the most surreal and theatrical museums in the world. This unique museum, decorated with giant eggs and fantastical figures, features the largest collection of works by Salvador Dalí, including exclusive items from his personal collection.
Salvador Dalí House-Museum
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Salvador Dalí House-Museum
The Salvador Dalí House-Museum was the home of the Spanish artist and his wife Gala, from 1930-1982. Visitors can see how the couple lived and admire sculptures outside the house. It is located in Portlligat, Catalonia, Spain.
Hostalric Castle
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Hostalric Castle
Once a strategic defensive fortress on the Royal Way (Camí Ral) between Barcelona and Girona, Hostalric Castle is an invitation to a past when battles were waged from fortress walls. During a guided tour of the castle you'll learn how the bastions and moat were used as defensive systems and explore all key areas of the castle.
Gala Dalí Castle (Castle of Púbol)
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Gala Dalí Castle (Castle of Púbol)
Gala Dalí Castle, or the Castle of Púbol, is a medieval castle located in Púbol, Girona, in the region of Catalonia. The castle was famously bought by legendary Surrealist painter Salvador Dalí, as a gift for his wife, Gala, who lived out her twilight years here, and is buried in the castle crypt. During her stay in the castle, she was visited by her husband, but only when he had advance written permission.
Celler Martín Faixó - Sa Perafita
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Celler Martín Faixó - Sa Perafita
Celler Martín Faixó - Sa Perafita is an atmospheric, family-run winery located in Girona, Spain. Visitors can enhance the enchanting, boozy experience with added views of the gorgeous Cap de Creus, between the mountains and the sea. The vines here grow in the north wind, "la tramuntana", in the shadow of Mas Perafita, constructed in the 14th century and renovated in 2004 by the Martin Faixó Family.

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