Lugo Roman Wall – UNESCO World Heritage Site

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The view from the Roman wall in Lugo

Lugo Roman Walls

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A UNESCO World Heritage Site, the Roman fortifications are standing strong and tall in the Spanish city of Lugo. Surviving the last 2000 years, the wall and its towers are a lot of fun to walk.

We arrived there on a rainy winter day in February, and as you can see the sun kept trying to peek through the clouds. I was extremely happy to catch the view of this cornflower blue church across the street.

A short two kilometer walk takes you on top of the wall around the inner city with views of houses, churches, a cathedral and everyday life.  It’s fun and it’s free…what’s better than that?

Have you been to Lugo and walked the Roman wall?

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Corinne Vail is a world traveler, writer, photographer, speaker, and teacher. Looking for the quirky and unusual as well as the best food around the world, she has traveled all her life. She’s lived in Turkey, England, Germany, Japan, South Korea, and the Netherlands and visited over 90 countries with her family. Learn more about Corinne and Reflections Enroute on the About page.

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7 Comments

  1. That is exactly what I like to do and would follow your suggestion for sure here, Corinne. I love to get to a vantage point that has the best vista. I bet the surround view is absolutely amazing! Perfect framing of the church tower 🙂

    1. Mike…For a two kilometer walk, we were there quite some time, because the views were great and there were a lot of people. It was good ol’ plain fun! I’m sure you would like it.

  2. Lovely photo 🙂 I’ve never been to Spain, which is a little ridiculous considering that I’ve lived in the UK my whole life!

  3. Marisol. Lugo is a little out of the way, up in the northwestern corner of the country. It’s well worth the trip and the surrounding area is just gorgeous. I hope you get there!

  4. You know, I wasn’t even aware of this heritage site. Looks like one that would be fun and interesting to see, even for kids.

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