Aqueduct of Águas Livres

Interesting
The "Free Water" aqueduct, built between 1732 and 1748, still supplies Lisbon's water today. It measures a total of 58km with 35 of its arches spanning the Alcântara Valley. The tallest of these is 65m high, with a span of 29m. The best view of this masterpiece by architect, Manuel de Maiais, is from Avenida de Ceuta, north of the N7 motorway bridge.

Useful information

Adresse : 

Calçada da Quintinha 6

Price:

2 €

Opening hours

Tue-Sat 10am-5.30pm

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