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The Águas Livres Aqueduct (Portuguese: Aqueduto das Águas Livres, pronounced [ɐkɨˈdutu dɐʃ ˈaɡwɐʃ ˈlivɾɨʃ], "Aqueduct of the Free Waters") is a historic aqueduct in the city of Lisbon, Portugal. It is one of the most remarkable examples of 18th-century Portuguese engineering. The main course of the aqueduct covers 18 km, but the whole network of canals extends through nearly 58 km.
Superb view over Alcântara valey.
Great views but make sure to check opening hours before visiting.
Don't pay money to get in, you don't see anything. Walk around it and you seen the most
Great structure and great example of Portuguese engineering! Magnificient monument.
Cool spot to check if you have time or want a less common location. Price is reasonable. Wouldn't call it a must see though. It's just a 1km walk along the aqueduct. Not much to see. You are pretty above the city but you can get better views elsewhere.
The look is more than interesting. But prepare yourselves for the stairs...
Don't know about museum, because it was closed, but behind I, you can see very big aqueduct.
Looks impressive. Definitely a must see for those who visit Lisbon. It looks way bigger in person.
Read up on history and this is a cool place to visit. Especially with locals.
Something really different. A 1km walk in one direction, and then walk back. Some good views and only €3.
The view from up there is quite nice and the price is cheap. When I visited, construction was going on but in general, I would reccomend the Aqueduto.
It's not a real viewpoint for the aqueduct. You walk on top of it and you are not able to see the attraction.