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Évora: Exploration Game & Self-Guided Walking Tour

1. Évora: Exploration Game & Self-Guided Walking Tour

Enjoy an interactive city discovery experience with this gamified walking tour of Évora. Learn about the local history of the city and enjoy its most charming spots on this self-guided walk. Solve riddles specific to your surroundings throughout this experience. Get creative and use your imagination to uncover the secrets of Évora. Begin your adventure at the Roman Temple of Évora. Discover the architectural link between Evora’s aqueduct and one of Lisbon’s famous landmarks. Unearth the original name of Roman ruins. Find out which figures the locals call “the children of Graça.” All while exploring the city’s cobbled streets away from the crowds. End your walk near a lovely spot for drinks. This playful walk across Évora sharpens your senses and encourages you to appreciate the most wonderful, and often hidden, details around you. This discovery walk is an educational and fun activity for friends, couples, families with kids, curious locals, and visitors.

Évora: City Highlights Private Half-Day Walking Tour

2. Évora: City Highlights Private Half-Day Walking Tour

Join your guide as you explore the historical treasures of Evora which have survived for centuries. See the cathedral, one of Evora's top attractions, built between 1186 and 1204. Discover the Roman Temple, one of the best preserved Roman monuments on the Iberian Peninsula. Explore the Praca do Giraldo, the town's lively main square, and visit the historical university founded in 1559. See St. Francis Church with its Bone Chapel, the local market, and Portugal's famous cork products, such as bags, shoes, and wallets.

From Albufeira: Évora and Monsaraz Private Day Trip

3. From Albufeira: Évora and Monsaraz Private Day Trip

Sit back and enjoy your journey to Alto Alentejo region where you will visit the city of Évora, part of the Human Heritage list from UNESCO. The first place to explore is the Giraldo Square one of the most emblematic spots in town, right in the heart of the city. From there walk to 1st of May Square where you will find São Francisco Church and the Chapel of the Bones. After that, you can take a break to have lunch in one of the many restaurants in the Old Town. The next places to visit are the Cathedral of Évora and the Roman Temple of Diana dated from the 1st-century A.C. Finally, we go to the Medieval village of Monsaraz suspended in time, the historic village, one of the oldest in Portugal, is a mandatory destination, where you can freely explore the beautiful streets and go to the Castle. This village is on a top of a big hill and is surrounded by the biggest lake in Europe, so be ready to enjoy some 360º stunning views from up there before returning to the Algarve.

From Lisbon: 3-Day Private Tour to the Algarve

4. From Lisbon: 3-Day Private Tour to the Algarve

Day 1 Depart from Lisbon, heading to Evora in the Alentejo region by crossing the beautiful suspension bridge. Admire the city and the monument to Christ-King. Evora is a place where different civilizations have thrived and the evidence still remains. See the ancient "Temple of Diana" built in the Roman period, along with the magnificent aqueduct of "Agua da Prata."  Built further in the 11th and 12th centuries by the Arabs, Evora was the residence of Portuguese kings and a point of convergence for renowned artists that were supported by the patronage and dynasty reigning in Portugal. This period of discovery created a wealth in Evora that saw the construction of numerous aristocratic mansions of the city, such as the Jesuit university. The highlight, however, is the Church of San Francisco and the Bones Chapel, clothed with skulls and bones of 500 monks. See next the medieval village of Monsaraz, its narrow stone streets and houses painted white adding special charm to this place and its inhabitants. Later, arrive in Albufeira where you will spend the night. This historic center has a traditional atmosphere, whitewashed houses and narrow cobbled streets filled with cafes, shops, bars, restaurants and nightclubs. Day 2 Depart to Lagos. In the middle of the 16th century, Lagos was the great base of support for the Discoveries, and the evidence of this is highly visible. See the Sagres Fortress where cannons, a 16th century tower and the Church of Our Lady of Grace and a beautiful sundial await your discovery. After, visit the nearby Fortress of “Cabo de Sao Vicente” which was built in the 16th century to protect the coast from the Moorish attacks. Return to Albufeira to spend the night. Day 3 On the return trip to Lisbon you will stop of a the town of Sesimbra to visit its Moorish Castle on the hillside north of the village. Classified as a national monument in 1910, it is now one of the most visited sites in the county. Down in the bay, you will visit the Maritime Museum of Sesimbra where you will learn the connection of this village to the sea and the history of its local fishermen. Enjoy here a 3D movie that will transport you back in time to medieval times and beyond. Continue on to Setubal downtown where you can find stores for all tastes, whether global department stores or niche local antiquities. Most of the streets here converge to “Praça do Bocage,” Setubal´s local meeting point. Lined with esplanades and dedicated to one of the greatest figures of Portuguese poetry, this statue with its eyes fixed on the sea is the landmark of this busy square. Return to Lisbon.

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