Évora Full Day Tour from Lisbon with Traditional Lunch and Wine Tasting

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Enjoy visits Évora, in the Alentejo region of Portugal, 130Km east of Lisbon, affords a rewarding 9 hours Private Tour experience. A UNESCO World Heritage site since 1985. An easy hop from Lisbon Evora is an old city has plenty to offer from the chapel of the bones, medieval architecture and ancient Roman history. Start in the main square the centre of the Unesco world heritage, then visit the Cathedral, Roman Temple Diana and the...
Enjoy visits Évora, in the Alentejo region of Portugal, 130Km east of Lisbon, affords a rewarding 9 hours Private Tour experience. A UNESCO World Heritage site since 1985. An easy hop from Lisbon Evora is an old city has plenty to offer from the chapel of the bones, medieval architecture and ancient Roman history. Start in the main square the centre of the Unesco world heritage, then visit the Cathedral, Roman Temple Diana and the Chapel of Bones while you learn about the town’s rich history. Eating in the Alentejo isn't just about enjoying great food and wine. Then experience the Amazing Regional Food and wine in Évora. Before returning enjoying the beautiful streets and admire the typical white houses and the 6th-century Aqueduct of Silver Water. Your tour also includes a free and flexible pick-up (8:30AM)/drop-off (6PM) from your located accommodations, private driver/guide, Tickets, Wine Tasting & traditional lunch.
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Stop At: Evora Plaza, Lote 4 Rua Luis Adelino Fonseca, Evora 7005-345 Portugal

Visit Evora - Evora is a city to visit slowly so that you can investigate why its classification as World Heritage by UNESCO. In each street or square in the cobbled streets there is a subject of interest.

Walking in Evora is something you do with the pleasure of discovery in mind. Not only because of its monuments but also other places just as, if not more, interesting that tell the history of Portugal. Ourselves becoming part of that history.

On these pages of Visitevora, you will find all the attractions you have heard about or read in books. Before or after you go through the city, find out what there is to visit in Évora next time you come to Alentejo, Portugal.

Among many places and monuments...
Itinerary
This is a typical itinerary for this product

Stop At: Evora Plaza, Lote 4 Rua Luis Adelino Fonseca, Evora 7005-345 Portugal

Visit Evora - Evora is a city to visit slowly so that you can investigate why its classification as World Heritage by UNESCO. In each street or square in the cobbled streets there is a subject of interest.

Walking in Evora is something you do with the pleasure of discovery in mind. Not only because of its monuments but also other places just as, if not more, interesting that tell the history of Portugal. Ourselves becoming part of that history.

On these pages of Visitevora, you will find all the attractions you have heard about or read in books. Before or after you go through the city, find out what there is to visit in Évora next time you come to Alentejo, Portugal.

Among many places and monuments, this long list includes:

– Streets and squares;
– Palaces;
– Churches;
– Roman remains;
– Convents;
– Museums;
– Gardens;
– Old walls;
– Aqueduct;
– Theatre;
– Chapels;
– University.

Duration: 3 hours

Stop At: Capela dos Ossos, Praca 10 de Maio 4, Evora 7000-650 Portugal

The Chapel of Bones - Around an hour and a half from Lisbon, Evora is a popular destination for Portuguese and foreign visitors alike. The biggest draw is undoubtedly the food and wine: Both Evora itself, and the wider Alentejo region in which it sits, are rightly renowned for the quality of the cuisine.

There's more to this attractive city than just its mealtimes, however. The compact downtown area houses several architectural and cultural highlights, the most well-known of which is also the most macabre. Capela dos Ossos translates literally as "The Chapel of Bones," and human bones are exactly what you'll find inside. Thousands of them, in fact, stacked high from floor to ceiling along every wall of this small chapel.
Tickets included in tour price.


Duration: 30 minutes

Stop At: Cathedral of Evora (Se Catedral de Evora), Largo do Marques de Marialva, Evora 7000-809 Portugal

Visit the terrace of the Cathedral is the highest point of the city. From there, the whole city can be seen, whether it is the historic city within the walls, with all its heritage, or the new city composed of several neighborhoods surrounding it. Besides that, there is a vast horizon where one can see the extensive plains and some historic places, such as Arraiolos, Évoramonte and the limits of the mountains of Ossa, to the north and Portel, to the south. A required visit in order to ecome acquainted with the city of Évora.

Duration: 30 minutes

Stop At: Evora Plaza, Lote 4 Rua Luis Adelino Fonseca, Evora 7005-345 Portugal

A timeless city in Alentejo, Évora is a UNESCO Site steeped in Roman and medieval heritage.
The city’s golden age came in the 1400s when Portugal’s kings chose it for their home, and Évora’s streets still recall that influx of nobility 500 years ago.

The Romans were the first to settle the town, building its defensive enclosure and leaving behind the ruins of a temple.

Évora also has the second oldest university in the country, a venerable cathedral, a roll-call of churches and a chapel embellished entirely with human bones.
Finally, the Neolithic monuments at Almendres and Zambujeiro show that there has been some form of civilisation in these parts since way before the Romans.

Duration: 4 hours

Stop At: Evora Plaza, Lote 4 Rua Luis Adelino Fonseca, Evora 7005-345 Portugal

Visit to the megalithic monuments in this region, means to go back thousands of years in time. In Evora district there are more than 10 megalithic sites, making this fenomenal testimony of prehistory in Alentejo one of the most important in the Iberian Peninsula and Europe altogether. These prehistoric monuments go back to the Neolithic period

Duration: 30 minutes

Stop At: Evora Plaza, Lote 4 Rua Luis Adelino Fonseca, Evora 7005-345 Portugal

At the highest point of the city where Évora’s ancient forum once stood is what could be Portugal’s greatest Roman monument.

This Corinthian temple was built in the 1st century and would likely have been devoted to Diana.

Up close you’ll notice the difference in materials; the fluted columns are made from granite while the bases and capitals are marble that was brought here from Estremoz, 40 or so kilometres to the northeast.

Diana Temple - This monument has survived so well because its walls were filled in during medieval times when it was turned into a small fortress, before being restored in the 1870s.

Duration: 15 minutes

Stop At: Evora, Evora, Evora District, Alentejo

Visit the Evora Cathedral - Known locally as Sé de Évora, its real name is Basílica Sé de Nossa Senhora da Assunção (Basilica Cathedral of Our Lady of Assumption). It is the largest medieval cathedral in Portugal and has no match in the rest of the country.

Duration: 30 minutes

Important Details

Included
  • Entry/Admission - Capela dos Ossos
  • Hotel pickup and drop-off
  • Tikects for visiting Cathedral of Évora and Chapel of Bones are included
  • Private tour
  • Van with air conditioner, gas and tolls
  • Insurances and taxes
  • Entry/Admission - Cathedral of Evora (Se Catedral de Evora)
  • Lunch
  • Driver/guide
  • Wine tasting
Not Included
  • Gratuities
Departure Point
Traveler pickup is offered
This is a Private Tour- We pick-up you at your Hotel or any address. Please indicate the address or hotel

Airports

  • Lisboa Airport, Alameda das Comunidades Portuguesas, Lisbon 1700-111 Portugal


Ports

  • Lisbon


8:30 AM
Additional Info
  • Confirmation will be received at time of booking
  • Infant seats available
  • Wheelchair accessible
  • Stroller accessible
  • Near public transportation
  • Surfaces are wheelchair accessible
  • Most travelers can participate
  • This is a private tour/activity. Only your group will participate
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Cancellation Policy

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