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This free attraction is worth a quick peek. It’s not obvious to find- search for town hall and the receptionist will point you in the right direction. They have info pamphlets at the door where you can read a very brief history of the baths.
These baths were discovered inside city hall during some renovations in the 1980s. I found it fascinating that in the middle of this building that had already been in use for a hundred years, they found it had been built over the Roman baths. If...More
While on our guided tour of Evora with our Globus Tour vacation, our guide told us we were going to the Roman baths which had been discovered...but little did we know that they would be inside City Hall! The attraction is free and there are...More
This is a little hard to find (there are no signs directing you to it) but it is worth seeking out. It's the remains of the Roman baths that existed in Evora and it was discovered inside a contemporary office building (Camara?) It's not far...More
The phone was telling us we were right there and we even went inside the town hall but never saw anything. We looked all around the square for signs. Since I never suspected the baths were inside the building, I didn't really ask.