Lots of places to visit and also wander around. Poor explanations of things so make sure you at least have a guide book
There is much to see in Evora but it isn't well explained. No plaque outside the roman temple, making it a mere photo op. They charged us 5 euros to see the Loios church and palace, which were also nearly devoid of explanation. Don't charge me admission and then offer no help. Either they should make a better effort or... More
A day trip from Lisbon to Evora is an option that should be strongly considered while in Portugal. Transport to this UNESCO World Heritage site is quite easy with either a train ride from Oriente Station or a bus ride from Sete Rios. Either mode of transport is comfortable and within a 90 minute time frame from station to Evora.... More
It's unclear what "Evora Complex" refers to but probably the collection of things to see in Evora. It's an excellent day trip and if you love taking photos of medieval type stuff then you'll love this city. There are good restaurants, squares and parks as well.
Evora was a great town and a worthy addition to the trip. Just a short way from Lisbon, it's a completely different world that feels a lot like it probably did centuries ago. When we went there was an extra attraction: a festival just outside the town walls. Basically the whole town took off and was there. Restaurants and businesses... More
This is a bustling city with a picturesque central square. Follow the suggested Tourist Office trail and you will see all it has to offer in under three hours. Then sit in the square, relax and watch the world go by.
This UNESCO town is a must to visit. Our guide was a lady called Lucia. We met at 10.00a.m. at the tourist office. She was wonderful and very informative. Thoroughly recommend
After spending the first few days of our Portuguese vacation in Lisbon, it was great to spend a day in Evora. With all the wonderful architecture, the amazing tile work, and the Temple of Diana sitting in the middle of the town, you get a sense of how rich Portuguese history is. It is wonderful to see this maintained and... More
This is a great town to visit as a daytrip from Lisbon, lots of history in this ancient walled city, many quaint shops and narrow windy streets. The highlights for us were the bone chapel, the main square and the churches
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