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Enjoy the view from the tallest arch of the world, with 65meters in hight! (Keep in mind that there is only one entrance from the one side of the bridge) The view is amazing and there are many options for mountain walks at both sides...More
Not surprising, given that it's still a tremendous sight to see the sweeping arches at various points in the city.
Our first sighting was in a taxi from the airport; we had best views as we approached, passsed under and then receeded. Very impressive.
I visited this historic yAquaduct built in the city of lisbon in 18 th Century. Said to be 18 kms long to bring water to Lisbon built by King John V. The project was paid for by special sales taxes imposed on wine, Olive Oil,...More
Since the first Sunday is free for museums and such, my husband and I decided to run back and forth on the aqueduct. We had a great time. The views of Lisbon are beautiful and the architecture is quite stunning. If you are nearby, I...More
This is a very impressive 300 year old aqueduct spanning the valley on the northwest side of the city. It is a very long span and the structure is very dramatic. It is well built and survived the earthquake. This is a "driveby" site--you do...More
You can spot it from many places in the city I don't know if you can visit it, but it is worth seeing it even from further away. Do not let yourselves fooled, this is not built by the Romans, it is rather new aqueduct...More
I'd heard about this aqueduct before arriving, and only realised how close it was to my hotel after catching glimpses while on the train to Sintra. Even more embarrassing is that it actually terminates within a 10 minute walk of said hotel.
Not that old,...More