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The most beautiful bridge from Roman days

This bridge i found as a near destination from Caseres and decided to visit as i love old bridges... read more

Reviewed 15 June 2017
Lavon R
Amazing History

On our way back home from Madrid, we took the EX-207 (among other roads) to go through Marvão, and... read more

Reviewed 21 April 2017
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Alcantara, Spain
Alcantara, Spain
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Reviewed 15 June 2017

This bridge i found as a near destination from Caseres and decided to visit as i love old bridges. It was built between the years 105- 106 dc The architecture is so amazing. In one side is a small temple on the other side another...More

Thank Lavon R
Reviewed 21 April 2017

On our way back home from Madrid, we took the EX-207 (among other roads) to go through Marvão, and that put us unknowingly on a course over the ancient bridge over the River Tajo/Tejo near Alcántara. An amazing sight! And from reading the interpretive signs...More

Thank JaninedeBric
Reviewed 7 April 2017 via mobile

This was an amazing site due to its antiquity- @103 AD!! Knowing Romans used the bridge so long ago is plenty to think about!! A beautiful area! Although a bit far from Madrid, the sites in Extremadura are worth traveling to.

Thank LovingParisForever
Reviewed 4 August 2016

OK, it is clear from the information boards that it has been restored but that does not detract from the supremely impressive piece of architecture that it is. Seemingly one of the six best pieces of Roman work surviving and I don't doubt it. Well...More

Thank REG42
Reviewed 5 July 2016

The bridge was spectacular and it was amazing to wonder how the Romans had managed to build this bridge 2000 or so years ago. There was, however, the feeling that this was not quite the original and that it had been restored many times during...More

Thank NomadicTraveller7
Reviewed 25 May 2015

This bridge, nearing its two-thousandth birthday, is both beautiful and functional - modern load limt - unlimited! The gorge that it crosses is also very picturesque. There is a very nice parking area on the Spanish side of the bridge. Its importance in earlier times...More

1  Thank InformedTraveller
Reviewed 23 May 2015

Just the thought that the Romans built with a view to the future and how history has shown what a marvellous structure it is.

1  Thank GordoSurrey
Reviewed 9 February 2014

It is amazing that this bridge was built by the Romans and we cans still drive on it! Stop, get out and marvel at this structure. Stop and wonder if in 1,500 years someone else will be doing the same.

2  Thank naddude
Reviewed 11 April 2013

You can actually drive across the old Roman Bridge, which is worth doing to go and see the view of the lake above the dam. Look for the sign 'mirador'.

1  Thank RobertW852
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