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The B side

Located near the circus, the ruins are easy to access and likely worth the trip if you are in the... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Citizens
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Barcelona, Spain
aquaduct and Roman public baths

Well preserved and worth a quick visit as they are not too far from the Roman ircus (chariot... read more

Reviewed 15 October 2017
Norman C
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Pego, Spain
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Reviewed 5 days ago

There is a lovely, half an hour walk between this one and the Acueducto de los Milagros. If you follow the river, the bank goes via very pretty gardens with the added bonus of bird watching. We saw: plovers, an oyster catcher, lots of different...More

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Reviewed 1 week ago

Located near the circus, the ruins are easy to access and likely worth the trip if you are in the area...

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Reviewed 15 October 2017

Well preserved and worth a quick visit as they are not too far from the Roman ircus (chariot races). If you only have one day in Merida, then you could possibly miss out this trip but if you are there for 2 to 3 days,...More

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Reviewed 8 October 2017

If you visit the Roman circus, you should pop across the road to visit the baths. Although there is not a lot to be seen, the aqueduct along side that provided the thermal baths with water is amazing. This is one of the free ruins...More

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Reviewed 23 July 2017

An impressive viaduct that is free to visit and walk beside. It has the remains of the thermal baths on display to and a shady park nearby

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Reviewed 11 April 2017

As someone who is invested in Roman archaeology, I thought it was a decent site. It's not exceptionally well preserved or impressive, though, so it is probably not worth seeking out for anyone with a less than enthusiastic view towards Roman archaeology. If you are...More

2  Thank RoaminTheEmpire
Reviewed 11 September 2016

It is located in a park near the railway station. It is free and there are information boards with English translations. Rather special in that other Roman towns have a limited number of sites to visit. Try to go soon. It is only 5 hours...More

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