Galerias Romanas da Rua da Prata, Lisbon

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  • This year the dates are in April and September. So if you are visiting Lisbon in September and have interest in this attraction pay attention to the site of the Museu de Lisboa" to see the correct dat...  more »
  • Exclusive visit to "galerias romanas da baixa". This attraction only open twice a year. You have to book it 1 month earlier. It is a roman underground system used to support the city in 1st century. I...  more »
  • It is a very small atraction, in 10 minutes or less it is done...it is nothing special, except for the historical meaning, of course... I only opens a few days a year and the waiting is too long...  more »
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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...
  • Small galleries, real Roman remains.
  • Very interesting, knowing one of the foundations of downtown Lisbon. And are there more than 2,000 years. Remarkable.
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  • Keep certain expectations and is a visit worth doing. The guides are in general very helpful and have a lot of history of the city. However don't expect to see something monumental
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  • A testimony of the Roman occupation of Lisbon, discovered during the rehabilitation of the city after the earthquake of 1755. Open twice a year, was open on reservation.
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