New model VW Sharan up to 6 passengers, for bigger groups is also available on request
Heading South of Lisbon, our tour will take you through the countryside flanked by the olive and cork fields that play such an important role in Portugal's economy and agriculture.
Arriving in Évora classified UNESCO World Heritage, be prepared to explore an old town dating back more than two millennia. Admire Diana's Temple, a impressive Roman heritage that survived throughout the centuries. Visit the Cathedral, one of the most important Gothic monuments in the Country. Witness the exceptional Bone's Chapel in the Saint Francis Church. Stop at Giraldo Square and try some of the local gastronomy.
For second part of the day, visit the Cartuxa - where you can learn more about wine and olive oil production, traditions and lifestyle of people from Alentejo. On our way back to Lisbon take the 25th of April Bridge.
Start the tour heading South of Lisbon
Take the Vasco da Gama bridge, the longest bridge in Europe
Be surprised in the Bone's Chapel
Admire the Diana Temple
Learn more about the Cathedral of Évora
Have fun at Giraldo Square
Try new flavors at Cartuxa - Eugénio de Almeida Foundation
Take the 25th of April Bridge back to Lisbon
Meeting Point + Tour Duration
Meeting Point Options: Rail or Bus Station, Cruise Ship Port, Hotel, Address or Intersection, Monument/Building, Suggested by Guide: Please send me the full address or flight number or cruise ship name.
End Point Options: Rail or Bus Station, Cruise Ship Port, Hotel, Address or Intersection, Monument/Building
Duration: 9 hours
Always flexible according to your interests.
Modern Volkswagen Sharan
Estimated Local Cash Needed
20 Euros - Bone's Chapel-3€
At Cartuxa Cellar add 2 more wine tastings for 5€
No restrictions. I am allowed to provide you a guided tour throughout the day.
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Augusto was an enthusiastic energetic guide. He has a wonderful knowledge of the area and enjoyed showing and explaining Evora. We had lunch at a typical Portuguese restaurant and ate some delicious food we never would have ordered such as Dogfish soup. We also went to the prehistoric monoliths and a short visit to do a little wine tasting. The day went very quickly and all 6 of us had a great time. We have had many private guides and Augusto ranks up there with the best.