Évora Highlights
Over two thousand years of History, the second city of the kingdom

Highlights: The historical center of Evora is a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1986. The city was founded by the Celts before the arrival of the Romans. From the Roman presence we can admire in the acropolis the ruins of the Roman Temple dedicated to the worship of the emperor. In the fifth century came the invasions of the Visigoths. In the eighth century the Moorish conquest took place, until the Portuguese conquest in 1165. A monumental city was built where kings and nobility lived for long periods. The city is therefore admired for its artistic and architectural beauty. The fifteenth and sixteenth centuries, the Renaissance period, were times of glory and the best artists of the kingdom had their workshops here, as well as the great humanists of Portugal.

Special: Tasting of regional wines and olive oils with a snack. *

 

Main Attractions: Roman Temple, Bones' Chapel, St. Francis Church, Cathedral, Giraldo Square, Silver Water Aqueduct and Public Fountains, Royal Palace and Botanical Garden, Church of Grace, Moura Gates and Garcia de Resende Window, Loios Church. University of the Holy Spirit.

 

Price:
People 1 or 2  |   3   |   4   |   5   |    6     |    7
             60€    70€ 85€ 95€  105€   115 €

For groups above 7 people the value is 130€.

* For wine or olive oil tastings there is an extra cost of 5 € per person.

Duration: 2 and a half hours. Walking tour.

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RNAAT: 2062/2018 - Turismo de Portugal