Évora, the museum city

Difficulty Average

Duration 8H

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  • Évora Historic Center
  • Bones chapel
  • 2000 years old Roman Temple
  • Cork Factory
  • Évora cathedral

After crossing the April 25th bridge that will reveal one of the most outstanding views of the city, we’ll go through the golden flat lands of Alentejo region, sparkled with oak trees and olive trees. Évora is its capital, a charming city  classified as World Heritage Site by  UNESCO.

It is nicknamed the museum-city because when you walk within its walls, you can see monuments and squares where you can breath its 2000 years of history.

We´ll visit all the iconic monuments; The Roman Temple, Cathedral and the winding streets in old town

If you have the guts, visit one of the grimmest chapels in the country, the bones chapel where walls are decorated with human skulls and other human bones.

Do you know that the cork from wine bottles comes from a tree, the cork oak tree?

We´ll visit a cork factory, one of Portugal´s main exports; with an industry with all kinds of products , like shoes, belts, bags, umbrella´s and even ties… often gifts to visiting heads of state

Alentejo is a region with unique characteristics… come and discover why it was the inspiration of many poets.


The tour includes


Pick up and drop off in the hotel or wherever is convenient for you, 8 hour private tour done by an official guide, Mercedes with A/C, entrance fees to the cathedral and bone’s chapel, travel insurance