Evora- Prova da Vinhos Full Day

Vasco da Gama Bridgebridge

It is the second longest bridge in Europe with a total length of 12.3 kilometres, with a spectacular view and unforgettable experience.




Templo Romanotemplo-romano-de-evora

Évora’s most famous landmark is the Roman Temple. Its large Corinthian columns date back to the first century, the era of Emperor Augustus.




Evora Cathedral233488-Evora-Cathedral

Évora’s imposing cathedral (Sé Catedral de Évora) is situated in the very heart of the old city and the UNESCO World Heritage site. The oldest parts of the building date back to the 12th century, which was when the Moors were finally driven out by the Christians. As a consequence it is no coincidence that this mighty cathedral has certain aspects which resemble a fortress.


Chapel of Bonescapela-dos-ossos-evora

This peculiar chapel was built in the Gothic style throughout the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries.

At the time of the Chapel of Bones’ construction, the city’s two Franciscan cemeteries were overflowing and the remains had to be exhumed to create more space. That’s when three of the monks thought to create a chapel with the bones and skulls serving as decoration for the walls, columns, arches, and domes. Moreover, the bone fragments, were decided upon to form part of the mortar. It is estimated that at least 5,000 cadavers were used in construction.


One of Portugal’s most beautifully preserved medieval towns, Évora is an enchanting place to delve into the past.




Alentejo Wine CellarsOld-wine-barrels-in-a-wine-cellar

The Alentejo region was elected by USA TODAY readers in 2014 as the best wine region to visit in the world. It is a vast and one of the largest regions in Portugal with delicious gastronomy and great wines.



– Car/ Van

– Guide/ Mutlilingual driver

– Insurance, fuel, tolls and water bottles

– Free time for lunch


Does not include:

– Monuments Entry

– Lunch

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