Land in Lisbon, and transfer to Évora. Check in and settle in, before exploring the local area.
After arriving, explore the capital city of Alentejo. Evora is a Unesco World Heritage site, its roots date back to Roman times and in the 16th century it was the seat of the Portuguese Kings. The wonderful architecture, white houses, with their coloured tiles and balconies and its medieval churches, palaces, cathedral and historic squares was the inspiration for the building of several Brazilian cities.
Enjoy a walk through the sunny city and marvel at the beautiful monuments, the city walls and its famous Aqueduct.
Unwind in your hotel for the rest of the day, marking the end of an amazing first day here in Portugal.
The Noble House in Évora.
The Noble House has its origins in the 15th century and it is a true example of an Alentejo noble lodge. Its foundations are on “Cerca Velha”, the first city wall, and it has a rich and diverse history. It has recently been fully renovated by an award winning Architect and designer.
Located in the heart of the historical city centre, only a 2 minutes walk from the city’s Cathedral and the Roman Temple, it is an amazing base to discover Évora.