Évora Unesco World Heritage
Frequency: From November 1st to March 31st: Saturday (Except 25th December and 1st January); From April 1st to October 31st: Tuesday and Saturday
Duration: Full Day
Departure: at 9.00 am - Marquês de Pombal
From: 74 Euros
- Évora Roman Temple
- Bone Chapel
- Wine Tasting
Good to know
Not recommended for people with restricted mobility.
Pick Up at Marquês de Pombal Square
Monument entrance included (Cathedral, Chapel of Bones)
Meals, personal expenses and gratuities.
Évora Tour - Full Day
Exiting from Lisbon, this tour will take you through the beautiful countryside roads of Alentejo up to Évora, the capital city of the region. Topped by an imposing cathedral, Évora is laid out over a gently sloping hill rising out of the huge Alentejo plain. Évora has a history of more than two thousand years old and Unesco classified the city a World Heritage Site. The Romans built the Ebora Liberalitas Julia and we can still see here their elegant temple. Dating back to the first century, the Roman Temple of Évora is the ex-libris monument of the city and it is one of the most important historic ruins in the country. Medieval vestiges can also be seen, such as the huge Romanesque-Gothic cathedral, the longest in Portugal or the Church of S. Francis with its spooky Bone Chapel. The afternoon is reserved for a very different experience: a visit to a wine cellar for some wine tasting. Return to Lisbon.
Itinerary subject to change.
Full Day tour in Évora