Some of the Places you will meet on this tour
Ponte vasco da Gama - It is the longest bridge in Europe, 17 km of which 10 km over the Tagus River, received Vasco da Gama because the year 98 celebrated the 500th anniversary of the arrival of Vasco da Gama in India.
Évora - Évora is a true city-museum, considered a World Heritage Site by Unesco since 1986.
Igreja de São Francisco - Without a doubt, one of the most beautiful and grandest churches in Portugal and, of course, in the city of Évora. It is a church of Gothic-Manueline architecture and was built between the years 1480 and 1510.
Capela dos Ossos - This intriguing chapel is part of the Royal Church of São Francisco. Its walls are covered with bones and human skulls carefully arranged.
Sé Catedral - Founded at the beginning of the 12th century, this is the largest medieval cathedral in the country.
Templo Romano de Évora ou Templo de Diana - This is one of the landmarks of the city and one of the main symbols of the Roman occupation of Portugal.
Palácio de Cadaval - Consisting of the Manor House and the Church of the Loios Gothic and Manueline 17th century, residence of the Dukes of Cadaval.
Igreja dos Lóios - The Church of the Cadaval Palace, a private property with a religious cult, is also known and referred to in books and guides as the Church of São João Evangelista or as the Church of Lóios, for having been part of the Convent of the Order of Santo Eloi, Lóios for Portuguese misrepresentation . Founded in 1485.
Convento do Calvário - This convent was founded in the 16th century by Princess Maria, daughter of King D. Manuel I.
Visita a Adega da Cartuxa (Enoturismo Cartuxa) - Tasting of Alentejo wines of long tradition.