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Memorias da Ria | Aveiro

Aveiro, Portugal
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About Memorias da Ria | Aveiro
In the magnificent city of Aveiro, where Moliceiros boats make the Ria more colorful, the Red Line takes about 90 minutes to go the most emblematic places such as the University, Vista Alegre or the Congress Centre. Start: Tourist Office Duration: 45 min. Frequency: 30/30 min. Timetable Summer: 09h30 - 18h; Winter: request information Validity: 1 day Ticket Price: Adult: 8€; Child: 4€
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Willy P wrote a review Jul 2019
Leuven, Belgium297 contributions99 helpful votes
The canal boats are nice thing to do. Don't expect great views, interesting sights or buildings. 40 minutes is a little bit to long. Cost 10 euro/ 5 euro child.
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Date of experience: July 2019
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Larry M wrote a review May 2019
Lawrenceville, New Jersey139 contributions63 helpful votes
Comparing it to Venice is a stretch. I only saw one or two canals. The gondolas are very large, with a capacity of 20-30 people, and powered by well-concealed outboard motors. Nevertheless, the town is quite pretty and quite well done.
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Date of experience: May 2019
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DominicDeBurca wrote a review Dec 2017
Dunmore East, Ireland1393 contributions373 helpful votes
Picturesque town with its own canals and motorised and colourfully painted boats that take tourists up and down the approximately 1-2 kilometres of waterways that intersect the town. A great place to while away a sunny afternoon.
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Date of experience: October 2017
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Steven D wrote a review Jul 2017
Colchester, United Kingdom9 contributions3 helpful votes
Aveiro's main attraction is its network of canals. Aveiro has plenty of history, and the canals are associated with the growth and decline of its port and salt water lagoons.You can take a trip along these waterways in colourful and traditional boats. Even on a hot day, it provides a pleasant experience, especially if there is a breeze. You get to see the town from a totally unique perspective. The locals are very friendly and welcoming, there are plenty of places to eat and relax. If shopping is your thing, there are plenty of options too.
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Date of experience: July 2017
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Dianne W wrote a review Jul 2017
Yamba, Australia30 contributions10 helpful votes
Well worth the trip. Lots of boats on the canal o Averio so it is just choosing which one. Learnt a lot about the area and its history. So glad we did the trip
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Date of experience: July 2017
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