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There are very few details given in Englsh. You can get an English audio guide for €1.50 but even that doesn’t give a lot of explanations. Mostly the audio was about a fellow who collected and preserved Corsican artifacts and handicrafts. Going thru the museum...More
Musee de la Corse main downside, and that is that while introductory text is in English all text that actually tells the story is in French only. All in all that is only to be expected, though, and I think the museum is worth it's...More
We thought from the name (Museum of Corsica), it will give a good overview of the island (history, customs, folklore etc), but for us it seemed just as an exhibition of some artifacts gathered in the area, no real concept. No explanations in English language.
Historical events, culture aspects, geography, persons of interest, well displayed and exhibits well presented, most in French so difficult for English only visitors, glad we had French speaking friend along
The museum itself has a lot of interesting artifacts with detailed descriptions, but the best part was being able to climb up to the citadelle. It has such stunning views of Corte and the surrounding mountains; it’s a must-see! My ticket was only around 5€...More
Before entering, there was a good translation in English about the Museum. Inside, having paid the entrance charge, the main section had no English translations. A separate section however did. Interesting exhibits of life in former times. Then a history of the connection between Corsica...More
A very welcome stop on the 14 day trek through the Corsican mountains the restaurant was well positioned and well appointed very good local cuisine and great staff
The ambience was excellent and the food very well priced