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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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  • Another Museum of the route of Cesaraugusta, quite interesting and with a good video explaining. You must visit.
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  • Very nice to see what little remains of the port. Each some time put a video that explains very well as I get the first Roman ship and as traded the Romans using the River Ebro. Mandatory visit to the Caesaraugusta route.
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  • This museum is part of a set of four museums intimately interrelated containing the remains of the Roman city Cesaraugusta today Zaragoza. They are small but very well assembled and decorated, you can buy the ticket to visit any particular or a ticket to visit the four, and you can do it even on different days. It is worth entering the museums to learn about the origins of this city and the scope and development of the Roman Empire.
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  • Scant, confusing remains of the Roman port.
  • I like the history that has passed through the streets that I live, and here to see a part of this story. Very interesting
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  • Next to all the Roman ruins you can visit in the city of Cesaraugusto, this museum is an indispensable part
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  • Of the best museums I've visited. They have a surprise saved for all
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