One of the most beautiful regions in Portugal, Évora, is steeped in history and culture with a refreshingly youthful atmosphere thanks to its significant student population.

Two days in Évora will give you a much greater appreciation of the city and the Alentejo. You will learn more about the local culture and history, Alentejo’s famous cork cultivation and production and of course, tasting the Alentajo’s world-renown food and wine.

2 Day Évora Portugal Itinerary

Day 1

Capela dos Ossos On the first day of your Évora Itinerary head straight to the Capela dos Ossos (Chapel of Bones) next to the Igreja de São Francisco ( The Church of St. Francis) for an eerie but interesting start to your day.

Walk Through the Winding Streets of Évora

On the way to your next destination, Évora Se Cathedral, you can enjoy the beautiful winding streets of Évora. A perfect opportunity to browse the quaint crafts and souvenir shops.

Évora Cathedral

Évora Cathedral, a fortified church with Gothic features, sits on the highest point of the city making it one of the most prominent features of the cityscape.

Templo Romano Évora (The Roman Temple of Évora)

You don’t need to pay to see the temple ruin as it is in the centre of the historical square near to the Cathedral – an area of Évora that has been a UNESCO world heritage site since 1986.

Jardim Diana

Close to the Roman Temple, you will find the beautiful Diana Garden. It’s a lovely place to relax, soak in the views and see some of the statues.

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