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Museo del Puerto Romano, Zaragoza

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Head underground to Museo del Puerto Romano to witness the remains of the former Roman port of Zaragoza. The museum details the ancient history of the Rio Ebro, focusing mainly on the transportation of goods and commerce. Though modest in size, the site plays host to remains of the port, models, drawings, and a Spanish-language audiovisual display, all of which helps bring the bustling port back to life and stresses its importance to the development of Zaragoza. Talk to the on-site staff for more information about the waterway. Make Museo del Puerto Romano a centerpiece of your Zaragoza vacation itinerary, and find what else is worth visiting using our Zaragoza tour planner.
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When visiting this historical city, most visitors opt to stay in the old quarter, or Casco Viejo, for its convenient proximity to many of the city's iconic landmarks and compact network of local eateries, shops, and traditional architecture. The old quarter is located along the Ebre River meaning that you are only a scenic waterfront stroll away from the rest of the city's buzzing neighborhoods. Several newer hotels are located in the commercial zone centered around Gran Via, one of the city's main arteries, where plenty of shops and well-known restaurants line the buzzing streets. Alternatively, head to the University district for a mix of eclectic shops, quaint cafes, and a vibrant nightlife, where accommodation tends to be a bit cheaper.
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  • For 7 euro I bought the combined ticket which allows access to the 4 CaesarAugusta museums (theatre, baths & forum). I wouldn't bother buying a ticket just to see this site. Staff were friendly & gave...  more »
  • It's a small but interesting museum. With the help of the audiovisual video you can imagine the place as it was in the roman period  more »
  • The entrance is at a building on a small plaza which is easy to miss. It's a very small site. They have a 10-15 minute presentation film which is of some interest  more »
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  • The audio visual did make the difference in this otherwise limited museum. Sadly it was in Spanish only and it would be so easy to add subtitles to the adult part of the presentation.
  • Scant, confusing remains of the Roman port.
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  • Multimedia presentation that explains very well and attractively what it was and was the river port Roman for Cesaraugusta, but if you don't have much time, there are better things to visit in the city.
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  • Very good and historic.
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