A journey through the widest cork region in the whole world to find the lovely charming town of Évora, World Heritage of UNESCO.
We drive south, through the widest cork region in the whole world, for an exiting journey into the past. As we arrive at Alentejo’s capital, we visit the old ruins of the Roman Temple, the Romanesque Gothic Cathedral, with its massive towers from the 16th century, the Bones Chapel and the University, that occupies the former building of the Jesuit University.
A walk along its nice “white streets” will help you appreciate the typical sights of this city, formerly city of kings, artists and humanists, which with the “help” of Geraldo Sempavor was considered World Heritage. Lunch included. Driving back to Lisbon, we pass through Setúbal, famous fishing centre.
Place: Parque Eduardo VII (pick-up at the Hotel)
Frequency: April to October (Tuesdays and Saturdays); November to March (Saturdays on request)
Duration: Full day
Languages: Portuguese, English, Spanish and French
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