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The bridge over the River Tâmega is now pedestrianized and is one of the finest Roman bridges in Portugal, though it has undergone many restorations and repairs over the ages. The bridge has 12 arches and was once part of the Roman road from Braga...More
The romans are know for many things, most of them not really good to remember. But one of the good things, maybe even the only good thing, is that they had good engineers. And they were very good with infrastructures, namely: roads. That is way...More
Lovely authentic Portuguese town, with plenty of sights to admire while you wander around the town. The Roman Bridge connects both sides of the town and as it is for pedestrians you can stroll slowly and admire the views of the town and the river.
We made this as a stop with OAT Travel. It was a wonderful and educational walk about. The photo shown with trip advisor is just as we seen it. The other parts of town was just as great to see. We did not swim in...More
Trajan's Bridge is a very well preserved Roman Bridge still in use. It doesn't cost much time to visit, but is well worth a small half hour. The view of the river and town from the bridge is nice and one can get more of...More