‪Ruta'l Quesu y la Sidra‬
‪Ruta'l Quesu y la Sidra‬
4.5
מה אנשים אומרים
‪You really need to know Spanish for this tour‬
3.0 מתוך 5 בועות‪יולי 2019‬
‪First, let me just say, I personally enjoyed this. It's a tour of a small aldea (hamlet), full of history, interesting buildings, beautiful scenery. And the meal at the end was delicious. Unfortunately, my family, who don't speak Spanish, didn't get much out of it. I translated as best I could, but our guide talked a LOT. He told many long stories, and by the time he would pause, there was no way I could convey all the details and humour to my family. If it had just been us and him (and maybe a few other people), maybe he could have spoken in shorter bursts and given me time to translate. Which brings us to the second problem: this was more about the village, and less about the cheese. I had hoped maybe we'd see more of the cheese-making process, but all we saw was a room full of new cheeses on shelves through a little glass window. I'd expected that the cave would be something we could walk into, but again, nope. You see a few cheeses on shelves through a window. I thought maybe we'd see goats or cows being milked? Nope. Even the cider part was very lacking in actual cider-making action -- he showed us the press and the fermentation vats and various machinery, and of course we got to drink some cider, but we never saw so much as an apple (except on the trees on our way in). Now, I appreciate that farm work is seasonal. Maybe some times of year there is more going on. The cider was fermenting, the cheese aging, and there just wasn't much to SEE at this time of year. I wish they could give some indication of that in advance. I'm giving three stars because I don't want to sink their ratings. I think this is a really cool idea, and a great way to keep the aldea afloat, and I wish them every success. They were lovely, the food was great -- that cabrales cheese is really something special. BUT: if you don't speak much Spanish, or have family members who don't, this was just not an engaging use of 3-4 hours, alas. If there had been more actual food production visible, maybe that could have held their interest. I wish there had been a review that warned us of this before we went.‬

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4.5
4.5 מתוך 5 בועות309 חוות דעת
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Deletrea
בריסל, בלגיה242 שיתופים
4.0 מתוך 5 בועות
זוגות • ‪יולי 2019‬
‪The website makes you dream about a long tradition, lots of things to see, insight in the specifics of cheese making and brewing all that with post card views........ The reality is that the village of Asiego is idyllic, small, very small, post card small and the view on cheese making is limited to small windows (one at a local cheese factory) and another in the cave itself where some cheeses are stored. In between a rather small walk between locations ending at the local cidre brewery. I recall basically the entire village and its activities are owned by one family, perhaps two...But ok, just as you think it is disappointing, you end up at lunch and get amazed, surprised delighted by all the local produce on your table. The cheese is heaven, membrillo as well, local black pudding surprising, cidre yummie and slowly cooked lamb the absolute best i have ever eaten in my life....it shows: you can never leave the cinema until the film has truly ended...worth its money!‬
‪Written 2 באוגוסט 2019‬
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amyunbounded
שיתוף 1
3.0 מתוך 5 בועות
משפחה • ‪יולי 2019‬
‪First, let me just say, I personally enjoyed this. It's a tour of a small aldea (hamlet), full of history, interesting buildings, beautiful scenery. And the meal at the end was delicious. Unfortunately, my family, who don't speak Spanish, didn't get much out of it. I translated as best I could, but our guide talked a LOT. He told many long stories, and by the time he would pause, there was no way I could convey all the details and humour to my family. If it had just been us and him (and maybe a few other people), maybe he could have spoken in shorter bursts and given me time to translate.

Which brings us to the second problem: this was more about the village, and less about the cheese. I had hoped maybe we'd see more of the cheese-making process, but all we saw was a room full of new cheeses on shelves through a little glass window. I'd expected that the cave would be something we could walk into, but again, nope. You see a few cheeses on shelves through a window. I thought maybe we'd see goats or cows being milked? Nope. Even the cider part was very lacking in actual cider-making action -- he showed us the press and the fermentation vats and various machinery, and of course we got to drink some cider, but we never saw so much as an apple (except on the trees on our way in).

Now, I appreciate that farm work is seasonal. Maybe some times of year there is more going on. The cider was fermenting, the cheese aging, and there just wasn't much to SEE at this time of year. I wish they could give some indication of that in advance.

I'm giving three stars because I don't want to sink their ratings. I think this is a really cool idea, and a great way to keep the aldea afloat, and I wish them every success. They were lovely, the food was great -- that cabrales cheese is really something special. BUT: if you don't speak much Spanish, or have family members who don't, this was just not an engaging use of 3-4 hours, alas. If there had been more actual food production visible, maybe that could have held their interest. I wish there had been a review that warned us of this before we went.‬
‪Written 22 ביולי 2019‬
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Albert N
ברצלונה, ספרד123 שיתופים
5.0 מתוך 5 בועות
משפחה • ‪אוג׳ 2018‬
‪Well, tourism service told to do that at Oviedo airport to prepare that visit.
Here we go. Calling one Tuesday morning we had the lucky to go. Arriving ten minutes late we and my children began to listen history and how-to-do cheese and "Sidra" from Manuel.
Trip were with some stops to explain not only about Cabrales cheese and Sidra but explaining history, legends, about people, about shepherd or pastor, live on site, rural survival, Asiego and around it. Nice !
At the end we share time with visitors on same table eating a degustation of different foods. And "Sidra" ! Cool!
That kind of meeting is named "espicha".

Related by a Catalan.‬
‪Written 6 באוגוסט 2018‬
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Cheekaago
בוקה רטון, פלורידה79 שיתופים
5.0 מתוך 5 בועות
משפחה • ‪יולי 2018‬
‪We loved this tour! We were lucky enough to be part of a small group and felt like it was a private tour. Our young kids (7 & 9) were with us. They did get a bit bored but were able to entertain themselves in the fields. It wrapped up with a family style meal. Definitely recommend!‬
‪Written 14 ביולי 2018‬
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Jahil M
ברוקלין, ניו יורק5 שיתופים
5.0 מתוך 5 בועות
זוגות • ‪מאי 2017‬
‪Take your time here. It is an incredible area and if you rush you'll miss the point of this experience. The town, the people, the traditions being maintained and celebrated. 4 of us stayed for 2 nights and all absolutely loved it. The area is beautiful, the tour is fascinating, the food is incredible as well as locally produced and the Sidra is one of the best we had in all of Asturias.‬
‪Written 7 ביוני 2017‬
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Emily W and Greg G.
צ'אפל היל, קרוליינה הצפונית30 שיתופים
5.0 מתוך 5 בועות
זוגות • ‪יוני 2016‬
‪The tour started with a visit to a cheese production center and then we made our way though the town (population 80) on the way to a cave where Cabrales cheese was being made. During the walk to the cave we stopped frequently and learned about the history of land use in the region. This part was really interesting because for centuries most of the land was managed collectively. Land ownership titles are still a tricky issue in this region. The visit to the cave was interesting because we not only learned that Cabrales cheese depends on the ecosystem of the cave to pick up the mold that will turn it into a type of blue cheese but the important types of mold were identified on the ceiling of the cave. Other types of blue cheese are innoculated with Pennicillium r. mold. After our visit to the cheese cave we visited a cider production center in the village and we were able to tase the cider. The tour finished with a two hour sit down lunch. The lunch was great and it was mixed with lessons on Asturian culture and lots of the homemade cider. This is a great way to spend a day in Asturias. It is important to note that the tour is conducted in Spanish.‬
‪Written 27 ביוני 2016‬
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abuela_11
מיאמי, פלורידה10 שיתופים
5.0 מתוך 5 בועות
זוגות • ‪ספט׳ 2015‬
‪The tour of Asiego and the Asturian countryside was beautiful and instructive.
We found out not only how artisan Cabrales cheese and sidra (cider) is made but at the same time learned about customs, history, social structure of the area. The guide, Manolo, was very knowledgeable. The tour and the dinner afterwards were certainly worth the price of 22 euros.
Wear comfortable shoes. It is up and down country roads, 2 or 2.5 kms.
Many wonderful photo opportunities.‬
‪Written 31 באוקטובר 2015‬
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Maricruz C
3 שיתופים
5.0 מתוך 5 בועות
משפחה • ‪אוג׳ 2015‬
‪Fantastic tour of Asiego and a real Asturian experience. The family run business is a treat to experience. Wear comfortable shoes. The meal was great and their cider fascinating. Definitely worth the 22€ per person. I highly recommend it for everyone young and old. Kids under 5 are free. ‬
‪Written 19 באוגוסט 2015‬
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luabita
אשפורד, UK33 שיתופים
5.0 מתוך 5 בועות
‪Ok, we were not waiting that much, so our expectations weren't high, but the explanations, the friendly service, the AMAZING landscape, good food for dinner and, above all, the cabrales cheese with cider... Great experience, we loved!
Call first to book, kids allowed and be there on time! Once in Asturias, you should not miss it!‬
‪Written 20 באוגוסט 2014‬
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SOLOANDMARK
‪Asiego‬, ספרד4 שיתופים
5.0 מתוך 5 בועות
חברים • ‪אפר׳ 2014‬
‪A real taste of Rural Spain and the customs of the Asturian province - a guided tour of a quaint village taking in the history of the production of the famous 'Queso de Cabrales' - the goat cheese, and also an opportunity to sample the home-made cider. A real experience of an age-old tradition.

in addition the small homely restaurant provides a superb menu, all locally sourced produce. A real hidden gem - get there before everybody else jumps the queue!‬
‪Written 3 ביוני 2014‬
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