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I enjoyed this walk through the inner suburbs of Lisbon, expecially as following a watercourse gave it a theme
We took a taxi from Lisbon centre to the aquaduct 7.5€. The entrance fee 3€ provided us with a map. This map plus Googlemaps on our...More
Despite the web site saying the Water Museum was free every weekend in 2018, it was closed when we visited on a Saturday. We did not know where the actual aqueduct was and would have gone if we'd known. It probably would have been closed,...More
There are two parts to this trip. The working parts are below near to the town, the aqueduct a short walk uphill away from the metro. We only visited the Aquaduct but was very happy to have done so. It is not a long walk...More
We were doing a walk in this area of the city and saw this attraction on signage and on our map so went into the little garden at the start and bought our tickets then set off along the actual aqueduct. The views from here...More
The thing is, it only costs €3.50 to go in.
The grounds around the building are lovely even if you never go in.
There is a shady little park just behind and the neighbourhood of Almoureiras / Rato is incredibly pleasant with lots of nice...More
This is a striking place the moment you walk inside: impressive vaulted ceiling and perfect reflections in the water. A short climb up and you pass what looks like an unending passageway to your right. The views from the top are spectacular. And all this...More
In 2018 they are celebrating 30 years of the museum, and have free entrance to all monuments of the Water Museum on weekends, so yes, you can do it. The only part you have to pay even on weekends is if you want to walk the... More
In 2018 they are celebrating 30 years of the museum, and have free entrance to all monuments of the Water Museum on weekends, so yes, you can do it. The only part you have to pay even on weekends is if you want to walk the underground tunnels (galerias subterrâneas) - for those, check the hours, for they are guided.