Galerias Romanas da Rua da Prata, Lisbon

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  • Although if you pay a nominal fee of 1 euro to enter, visit worth it. It's quite interesting history and the possibility of visiting other times and maybe meet other areas that have already been released to visit. Open twice a year for a short period. Recommend
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  • A visit that not everyone can do. Open just 3 days per year, we access the basement of Lisbon through a sewer of one of the main streets of the Center. In a visit of half an hour, it is explained how these ruins were discovered (the explanation is only available in Portuguese). The route ends with a return by available tunnels, which are increasingly small and narrow so it is not recommended for people with claustrophobia.
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  • Roman galleries under the building on the corner of Rua da Prata and Rua Conceição. The uniqueness of this attractions is that you can visit her only once a year for a few days, when the Lisbon firefighters pumping water from the dungeons. But, of course, wishing to visit this attraction together with you will abound, so get ready to "survive" a decent turn for the sake of twenty minutes in a Roman Dungeon. In General, think for yourself-do it for you.
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  • Unfortunately this opens 2 / 3 times a year ... reason why is such a wanted place... Roman ruins still to be fully explained...
  • These are the structures of the Forum of the Roman town. The galleries were used as storerooms, would while discovered reconstruction of the town after the earthquake of 1755 and continued use. Because they lie under the sea level they are under water, that's why they are opened only 2 times in the year when the water level is the lowest. You come really early then else waits to secure more than an hour to get in.
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  • A visit that not everyone can do. Open just 3 days per year, we access the basement of Lisbon through a sewer of one of the main streets of the Center. In a visit of half an hour, it is explained how these ruins were discovered (the explanation is only available in Portuguese). The route ends with a return by available tunnels, which are increasingly small and narrow so it is not recommended for people with claustrophobia.
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  • Nothing interesting
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  • Mantenham as expectativas certas e é uma visita que vale a pena fazer. Os guias são em geral muito prestáveis e contam muito da história da cidade. No entanto não esperem ver algo monumental