I love nearby this building and For several years I pass by and never walked In. Finally I went to a visit: very pretty and interesting with a superb view of Lisbon and the Tagus river. Read something in advanced about the building or go with a guided tour as you don't have many information inside.
Mae de Agua is the biggest water Reservoir in Lisbon built around 1750's. It is not active, but know it is a good Museum. Very cheap 3euros. It has one of the best view's of Lisbon on the top. It is conected with Aqueduct of Aguas Livres. Go on Metro Rato. You have 3 more places to visit on this... 更多
A nice spot to spend an hour during the heat of the day! My partner had been here years ago as part of a water-themed tour around Lisbon. She thought it was so great that we trekked across the city (by subway) to get here. It is very much an 'atmospheric' attraction, with essentially zero interpretation (unless we missed something,... 更多
This was part of a ship excursion that also included the Lisbon Aqueduct and Loreto Gallery (theme was water trails of Lisbon). We decided to see something different than the usual fortress, castle or cathedral as have seen many of those in different countries over the years. The reservoir building was beautiful inside, if not large, with a cool interior.... 更多
I have to be honest, this wasn't really worth it. Sure the view at the top was cool, but there's not much to the "museum" and as someone who is claustrophobic, I did NOT enjoy walking the tiny narrow corridor and having to wait for people to pass to get through. It really is a tight squeeze, I'm a petite... 更多
We happened upon this and although € 5 seemed a lot it was worth it. Beautiful building to house water with stairs up to aqueduct and further up to the roof with a great view of Lisbon. Very serene place to visit and cool - perfect for some time out on a hot day
If you have seen all the standard touristic attractions take the subway to Rato. Turn around once above the ground (exit Amoreiras place) and be impressed by the huge ancient (Roman?) building. The entrance is on the other side. And yes it costs €5, but on a quiet day you are just about alone and enjoy the sound of the... 更多
When visiting the museum just go up through aqueduct itself and and soak in the absolutely glorious views from the rooftop.