Museo Romano De Astorga, Astorga
(3.8/5 based on 95+ reviews on the web)
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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • Taking into account the Roman history of Astorga, I expected a more extensive exhibition. It is not bad, but very little. Dispensable
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  • It is not very big but both exhibits, with its explanations and drawings you refer to Roman times and see the importance of this city in the past. The Museum includes a prison or warehouse of the time Roman (the ergastula). There is a guided visit to Roman ruins that are in different parts of the city. One of them, part of the sewers of Asturica, is in the basement of an Alimerka and be seen from the bakery of the supermarket (ground glass). Three well used euros.
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  • The guided Museum by the city is impressive. We were taken by different parts of the city showing Roman remains of the era. All stops are upgraded and the explanations are clear. Without doubt, the best tours we've gone.
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Google
  • They charge you 3 euros to enter. A 15-minute video and tell you that you download an app to see the sights of the city.
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  • See the opus caementicium or Roman concrete, in that structure horreum publicum (public granary), truly impressive.
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  • Spectacular exhibition at the Museum and theatre visit that we just did a pass we have spent it great
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  • The Museum is done on a Roman structure called the ergastula, the Museum is small but okay, I recommend making the Roman route
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  • Small and cuckoo, but essential if you want to understand the Roman origins of the city
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