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We found this place when looking for something to do one afternoon. We visited around 6pm and some of the ruins were under water as was the path to the hot springs. We tried to go around but the path became too overgrown for us...More
We went here and had a lovely soak (legs only) in the hot bath. This seems to be the place for the older local folk and one of these guys dropped his trucks to get dressed (couldn't see any changing rooms) in full view of...More
If you are interested in history, especially in the Roman time, this is a sight for sore eyes. The best thing about it is that you can make it a day visit. Take a pic nic, enjoy the ruins and then go just around the...More
A beautiful historic place. Very well maintained and still in geological study, possibly in a few years we will discover more Roman History from that area. Increased river flow due to dam, doesn't seem to be favorable to the archaeological monument, which with the rains,...More
Aquis Querquennis, also called Aquae Querquennae (after a tribe, the Querquenni, who lived in the area in Roman times) are the ruins of a Roman military camp. It was strategically located on the Via Nova, the road connecting Braga (now in Portugal) with Astorga (now...More