We noticed that you're using an unsupported browser. The TripAdvisor website may not display properly.We support the following browsers: Windows: Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome. Mac: Safari.
All reviews both sides airplanes flying walled garden wonderful structure roman aqueduct xviii century selling tickets public transport worth the effort take pictures engineering romans arches earthquake viaduct reservoir rato
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
This old aqueduct is very impressive, but I don't think it's a tourist destination, all the more so it's far away from other tourist attractions of Lisbon. If you take the the train to Sintra, starting from Rossio station, you will see it on the...More
Each time I go to Lisbon, I drive by/near/under/around these amazing arches, so, on this trip, I decided to go and find out what the hell they were, when they were built and photograph the hell out of them. (This was not as easy as...More