This medieval stone bridge dates back to Roman times but was rebuilt in 1368 atop its original foundations. It is 300 meters long and 4 meters wide. This pedestrian-only bridge links the more touristy southern town with the tranquil northern side with its lovely Jardins Tematicos. No matter what time of day or night I would cross this bridge it... 更多
Was near Viana do Castelo so drove to have a look. Really lovely little town. Walk along the side of the river and then cross over the bridge to walk back along the other bank. Sweet little place and relaxing
Remember… Ponte de Lima is considered to be one of the oldest villages in Portugal… and I must admit one of the most pleasant places to visit in Northern Portugal. Walking around this area… obviously the Roman Bridge is a fantastic monument that nobody can miss. It stands out like a sore thumb. It is well kept, and walking over... 更多
Our current trip is a trip in the past when I spent numerous summer and autumn holidays in Portugal visiting an old friend of mine - I always used to go to Ponte do Lima at least once and also this time it was worth the way. This little town with its Roman bridge is so lovely - a must... 更多
At the end of the bridge we were lucky to found the local market. The bridge is in good state and if it a good weather you'll enjoy the view that Ponte de Lima can give you.
The bridge is a formidable work of architecture - standing strong and proud in a beautiful setting on the river Lima. It is particularly lovely at night when many people stroll across it. As you approach the lighting on the bridge beckons and as you cross it the many toads/frogs beneath welcome you as you cross. Its quite a romantic... 更多
Ponte de Lima is not just the Roman Bridge, but the history that surrounds the oldest Village of Portugal. The fountain from across the river is from the 16th century located in the Largo de Camões. Nothing better than having a galão (laté) with a tarte de maçã or pastel de nata or even a "fino" if you prefer a... 更多
In very old Portugese village this bridge still is a centerpiece and connects to the "camino" for pilgrims to Santiago de Compostella in Spain. You can avoid the many tourists by coming early in the morning.