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1. It’s a great place to visit whatever the weather.
2. It’s the most popular tourist attraction in the area.
3. I wouldn’t recommend it to parents with small children.
4. One day a week, you can look round for free.
5. Lots of teenagers go there on school trips.
6. It’s nearby but I’ve never been there.
7. Make sure you book in advance.

A – 4
B – 6
С – 3
D – 1
E – 7
F – 5

Speaker A
It’s one of my favourite castles. When people come and stay with us, we always take them there. There are lots of interesting things for adults to see, and lots for kids to do too – as long as it’s not raining! If you go at the weekend, it can be a bit pricey – the entrance fee isn’t cheap. But on Mondays, there’s no entrance fee at all, which is great -especially if you’re a big group. There’s a lovely café there too – or you can take your own picnic and have it in the grounds.

Speaker B:
While you’re here, you should go to the town museum. To be honest, I personally haven’t ever looked round, but everyone says it’s really interesting. The town used to be really important in the clothing industry, so apparently there’s lots of old factory equipment and examples of the clothes they made back then. I think you’d enjoy it. It’s only about a five-minute walk from here. In fact, if you go tomorrow. I’ll come with you.

Speaker C:
It’s a huge, world famous museum, so there are lots of incredible and fascinating things to see. Some of them are thousands of years old. But, to be honest, although there’s a lot to see, there isn’t that much to do. They don’t seem to have included any interactive elements, or things you can touch. So it’s fine for older teenagers and adults who understand the importance of what they’re seeing, but I think younger kids and toddlers will just be a bit overwhelmed and bored. Better to wait till they’re a bit older before taking them, I’d say.

Speaker D:
How can I describe it? Well, it’s outside and inside at the same time! You see, they’ve built two enormous buildings like greenhouses out of plastic sheeting, and inside each building there’s a different climate and landscape. In the first one, it’s tropical, so it’s got things like banana trees and bamboo. In the other one, it’s a Mediterranean climate, with things like olives and grapes. They carefully control the temperature to keep the climate right so the plants can grow. Even if it’s snowing outside, you’re warm and dry inside.

Speaker E:
It’s like the big wheel you get at a funfair – but much much bigger! You sit in a cabin with a few other people and it slowly goes round. You can see the whole city from the top. Its great! It’s really popular though, and there are only about 20 cabins, so if you just turn up, you might have to wait hours to get on. The good thing is they have a website where you can choose a time, and that makes things much easier. You just get there on time and get straight on.

Speaker F:
As well as the main theatre, theres a visitor centre with a museum, exhibition space, cafe and restaurant, bookshop and souvenir shop – lots of things. It s a really nice cultural centre. The most expensive tickets are for the evening shows, but they also put on cheaper shows in the afternoon for students. Go at lunchtime and you’ll see hundreds of boys and girls in their uniforms from all round the area. I think they have a great time – it’s educational and enjoyable at the same time.