Evora is a city in the Evora Municipality in Portugal, with around 45,000 inhabitants. Evora has a magnificent old town centre, still partially enclosed by medieval walls. It also has a large number of monuments dating from various historical periods, including a Roman Temple. Therefore, Evora is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
From the Évora Travel Guide
Pedro is a very welcoming, friendly and open-minded guy, who has good ideas what to do in Evora. The hostel has a familiar atmosphere and is located close to the center of the old city. Breakfast with toast, cereals, ham&cheese, jam is included. We had a good stay, thanks Pedro! :) ... more
Very clean and silent place for travelers with or without childs. Perfectly equiped kitchen. Placed by the main place in the town - ask owner for the gratis 2 parkplaces in front of the hostal :) - if you have luck, you will not pay for a parking (all area if old town is payble). The crew of the hostal is very friendly and helpfull. ... more
We have booked Pensao Residencial Policarpo, but there was contruction, when we arrived. The staff changed our accomodation to Residencial DIANA. It was great. Very cozy. Perfect location. Near university, Cathedral. Staff was friendly and helpfull, she speaks English and French. ... more
26 Days in Portugal
to more places. Alentejo region has some prety cities to go, like ÉVORA or MONSARRAZ. Food must be cheap ...
cheapest accommodation in Portugal
vilages like Obidos, Nazaré, Évora perhaps. Have a nice time!!!!! See you ...
Hello, Although I must agree that Arrabida and Setubal region are indeed a great option (how couldn't I agree, since I live there!), I would also recommend the following places: -> Évora (an old city, famous for it's roman temple) -> Tomar, Alcobaça, Batalha: the all three are Unesco Site Heritage ...
Portugal 2013 (3) - World heritage sites in central Portugal
be an obstacle not easily overcome: Our ability to take them all in at one go, mentally. The town of Évora ...
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