We visited Conimbriga as a side-trip from our stay in Coimbra. We went there by local bus from Coimbra - it's worth getting the times of the buses from the tourist information office because not all of the buses go all the way to or from the site. The site is quite large and has some beautiful examples of roman... 更多
We have eaten here on a Sunday, which gets very busy and service slow. Today we tried the daily menu (Prata do Dia) for 10e (it's gone up a bit since last year) I had veal medallions which were lovely....soft/fudgy no fat/gristle. nice chocolate cake with sauce for dessert (a change from the usual suspects), and a very good Alentejano... 更多
Although not exceptional those are the best example of roman ruins in Portugal; is worth a visit. Also the museum is quite interesting mainly for its pedagogical character. Enjoy!
This Roman site more that fulfilled our expectations. Its far bidder than I expected and the restoration of the Roman Villa really bring it to life. The mosaics are beautiful and I can't believe that they are just left open to the elements. We were there in high season and the place was nearly empty. The museum was well worth... 更多
I travelled to this site via the local bus. It was easy to catch. Picks you up where it drops you off outside the site. The ruins are well signed and marked. There are some beautiful insitu mosaics. Yes unlike some archeological sites someone has not (usually inaccurately) re built the site. But there is plenty to see and read... 更多
An extensive collection of mosaics found in situ from some of major houses of the Roman city. The mosaics were preserved when the houses were demolished to make way for a late imperial town wall. The mosaics are stunning, from hunting scenes to intricate geometric designs. The swastika designs in one house is a reminder of the long history of... 更多
This is a really interesting place to visit. There are extensive Roman ruins with lots of tiled floors still in situ. Well worth a visit and only about £4 per person. There is plenty of free parking. There is a museum and cafe. Also a picnic area and you can walk to the nearby village in 5 minutes.