The location site of Conímbriga was populated by the romans around 139 B.C., in a region that contained previous signs of prehistoric occupation, establishing the prosperous capital of Lusitânia. During the rule of Emperor Augusto, Conímbriga grew into a more urban scale including an amphitheater, thermal baths and Roman Forum. Though the most impressive remains of that period are the domus – manor houses – and the insulae. These structures are so well preserved that you will feel like travelling back in time!
We will visit the locations of the old town of Conímbriga while learning about the daily livings during that period and understand the strategic location on the territory that later would become Portugal. At the monographic museum we will admire the objects that were used by the people on their daily tasks!
Half Day Tour to the biggest Roman Archaeological Site of Portugal: the Roman Ruins and Museum of Conímbriga.
Available every day of the year except 1st January, Easter Sunday, 1st of May, 20th August, 24th and 25th December
Available from 1 to 6 participants – If you wish to request a private tour, I’ll be glad to welcome you (please see my Tailored Tours for Customized & Private Services)
Roman Road • The first mosaics found in the 19th Century • Shops • House of the Swastika • House of the Skeletons • Imperial Wall • Baths of the Wall • Great Southern Baths • Insulas • Roman Forum • Pre-Roman Findings • House of Cantaber and House of the Fountains • Baths of the Aqueduct • Museum of Conímbriga
Go Walks Portugal expert guiding services, transportation between sites and entrances in the Roman Ruins & Museum of Conímbriga, insurances and VAT.