trip length8 Hours
The City Museum TourÉvora
Take this opportunity to cross the two bridges of Lisbon, drive through the magnificent cork forests of Alentejo, make a stop at the Cartuxa Farm to have a wine tasting, and to visit Évora, the capital of the Alentejo Province, a town classified as World Heritage by UNESCO. You will be able to walk through its charming narrow streets, admire the magnificent Cathedral, the old University, the ruins of the Roman Temple of Diana, and the unique Bones Chapel, fall in love with its colourful handicrafts, and savour the simplicity of the Alentejo’s famous gastronomy.
1 - 3 Hour
We’ll cross the symbolic 25th of April Bridge in direction to Évora, travelling across the world’s largest cork region. At the entrance, we’ll visit the Cartuxa Wine Cellar for a wine tasting of one of the most well-known table wine producers.
4 - 7 Hour
There will be time to visit the wonders of Évora. The visit will be made on foot since everything is close. It is a wonderful opportunity to walk through the city’s narrow streets, appreciate the local handicrafts, observe the simplicity of the monuments, and, of course, taste the famous Alentejo Gastronomy.
We’ll drive back to Lisbon crossing one of the longest bridges in Europe – The Vasco da Gama Bridge.
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