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World´s biggest Rolls Royce collection in a great castle in Basque Country

I´ve posted about this many times in different places, also on Fodor´s (http://www.fodors.com/community/europe/some-things-that-can-only-be-seen-in-the-basque-country.cfm and in http://www.fodors.com/community/europe/spectacular-biggest-rolls-royce-museumin-the-basque-country.cfm), and last Saturday I was there again for a full, comprehensive visit (for bloggers) of the exhibition and the castle too (normally closed for visitors, but the owners are considering its opening to public)

Really unique, for several reasons: the castle is amazing, the grounds espectacular, the collection of cars (25 Rolls Royce in running condition, as well as Ferraris, Lamborghinis, Cadillacs,...), the way to get there (hidden in a beautiful unvisited valley of western Basque Country). Amazing. It´s not only for car lovers, everyone should visit it. I just posted some pics of the visit on my FB page, link to pictures https://www.facebook.com/toursbybasques/photos/pcb.400047160157840/400047030157853/?type=1&theater. Also on www.torreloizaga.com.

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