I've seen a few roman ruins in my time and I must admit I was surprised at how large a area it covered so don't be surprised if you spend quite a lot of time here.all the ruins were well signed and the museum on site was very informative and well worth a visit.
We have visited a number of Roman Ruins across Europe, and these are some of the best. The area is relatively large and there are exquisite mosaics which are still intact. You can see the forum and several buildings with Hypocausts. The outline of several "houses" are intact and you can identify different parts of the city. The only ruin... 更多
Granted I have never been to other Roman ruins, so I don't know how this compares, but I really enjoyed the morning that I spent here. If you were very knowledgeable about the topic, you might be able to spend a whole day here, but I found that after a morning of trying to absorb all the information I was... 更多
A half hour drive from Coimbra takes you to the astonishingly well-preserved and displayed pre-Roman city, which you can explore on your own on well planned walking paths (wear proper shoes). Aqueducts, mosaics, baths, forums, amphitheater, homes, walls, and much more. Approx. 17% of the large city is excavated. A modern museum (do after the walking tour) explains in detail... 更多
There is so much to see (Mosaics, Houses, Forum, Baths, Garden Fountains, etc) that you need an hour to visit and appreciate the excavations. A large Roman city built on an inland headland shaped hill. Less than half excavated you can still be taken in by the scale of building and organisation. The museum visit helps to piece it all... 更多
I was in Coimbra for a few days and I am so glad I chose to visit. Its just a 20 min car ride but you can even take a bus to go here. Ruins are well preserved and the museum with it offers excellent insights in the Roman empire of that age. These are still being excavated and the... 更多
Real trip to see the old Roman ruins in Portugal from before and after the time of Christ. These are very well preserved in a nice locale and you can easily spend 3 to 4 hours here
Roman ruins with many beautiful mosaic floors and a beautiful garden with working fountain. Museum has some lovely artifacts found in the ruins. Well labeled in English and nicely organized. There is much more excavation to be done but money is not available at this time.
The Conimbriga ruins and its museum are nice place to learn about the past of the region! That is also a good place for parents with kids! Just a quick remark for your safety: choose the right pair of shoes! High heels is not an option.
This site must be visited, A must to see. The visit is trip in the roman time. Perfectly documented you will learn a lot about romans organization, Free the first sunday of each month.