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Address: Tarragona Sant Pere | Outside of Town on N240, 43006 Tarragona, Spain (Formerly Roman Aqueduct in Tarragona)
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Recommended length of visit: <1 hour
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I loved the fact you could walk across this. I followed previous advice and took the No 5 bus out from town which was easy. Wasn't as easy getting back though as there is... read more

Reviewed November 4, 2016
Damian W
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Reviewed November 4, 2016 via mobile

I loved the fact you could walk across this. I followed previous advice and took the No 5 bus out from town which was easy. Wasn't as easy getting back though as there is confusion over whether the bus always stops on the way back. If not there is a stop 1 km up the road. Check with the bus... More 

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Reviewed November 4, 2016

It is a unique place and I recommend to visit as it's not far from the town by car. But if you have to take public transportation, there will be question mark as there is no big impact.

Thank youngminl760
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Reviewed November 3, 2016 via mobile

The roman wall impresses by its length and way how it's built, but there is really not much to do. The place is good to take some hike or longer walk through the woods but it was just a half an hour attraction to us. Also, it's quite annoying to get and come back there if you don't have a... More 

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Warwick, Australia
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Reviewed October 2, 2016 via mobile

Really easy to access from town on Bus 5 or 85. 1.5€ pp Single. Aqueduct is a 10 minute walk away from the bus stop and could possibly be reached in a wheelchair. You first see the aqueduct through the pine trees and against the backdrop of the valley it appears spectral. It would be other-worldly in a fog or... More 

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Reviewed September 28, 2016 via mobile

This is quite impressive to See. It lies next to the Highway AP7 what Makes it pretty easy to visit.

Thank Stefan G
Newcastle upon Tyne, United Kingdom
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Reviewed September 25, 2016 via mobile

Those Romans really knew how to build things to last. How much architecture if the last 100 years will still survive in 2000 years I wonder. Yet this was entirely functional to provide a reliable source of water, stick out in a rural setting. Definitely worth the walk from downtown Tarragona.

Thank STUnderwood
Australia, Melbourne
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Reviewed September 22, 2016

You can catch a bus to this. The tourist info office provides clear directions and the local bus takes you to outer suburbs of Tarragona as a bonus

Thank lunasa_8
Dublin, Ohio
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Reviewed September 19, 2016

An amazing preserved aquaduct which is well worth the effort to get to. There are signposted walks around the areas for those with the energy to explore the countryside further.

Thank Mark O
Oregon City, Oregon
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Reviewed September 16, 2016

Luckily we arrived just as a huge tour bus was leaving so just know that this is on the tour bus route. Built in the first century AD this aqueduct is in amazing condition and definitely worth making the effort to see.

Thank octrvlr223
Somerset, United Kingdom
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Reviewed September 10, 2016

Yep the aqueduct is amazing but take a drive to a not celubrious area near Constanti and see Vil-La Romana Centcelles. WOW!!! The only domed completed villa apart from Pompei in Italy. Its mind blowing owned by an old farmer who discovered that the tall building wasn't three floor but one complete building with mosaics on the ceiling depicting early... More 

Thank Ian O

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