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We saw some information about the site when visiting Marvao, and decided to visit. Although we arrived late we had enough time to visit the small, but interesting museum.The curator was very helpful and suggested that we watch the introductory video ( in English ),...More
The museum is very interesting with a beautiful collection of Roman jewels and coins. Further a interesting film in English. The museum is wheelchair friendly. The outside sites are not.
Hard to imagine such a large city existed there at the time
Really nice museum, some good exhibits which are well displayed. The video in the Museum,showing the features of Roman settlement ( in English) with Portuguese sub titles was excellent!
All the exhibits were labelled in Portuguese. The site is interesting (don’t miss the part over...More
while only a small percentage of this site have been excavated i believe visiting the roman ruins at ammaia will only get more appealing as time goes by.
there is also a museum on site with a wealth of information and do take time out...More
We so wanted to give a better rating and what is available to see has been well presented. The artefacts are interesting and have English descriptions and the exterior the site is in a wonderfully serene setting. Entrance is not expensive. our hope is that...More
This site is in a rural part of Portugal with beautiful vistas of mountains and fields. A very serene place to visit after seeing a lot of cities in Portugal. It is an early site but the amount that they have uncovered and the size...More
Interesting if you spend time reading everything. Small site and museum. Although the artefacts are well preserved the range of artefacts is limited. Need boots if walking around in wet conditions as outside paths on the site and between items can get very muddy.