Evora Culinary & nightlife

Our most recommended Evora Culinary & nightlife

From Lisbon: Évora and Monsaraz Day Tour with Wine Tasting

1. From Lisbon: Évora and Monsaraz Day Tour with Wine Tasting

Set off on your full-day tour from Lisbon and discover one of the most scenic parts of Portugal's countryside. Make your way through Alentejo with its magnificent plains filled with olive trees, vineyards, and cork oaks. Make your first stop at Évora, a Unesco World Heritage site and one of the most beautifully preserved medieval towns. Take a guided tour inside the Roman Temple, one of the best preserved Roman structures on the Iberian Peninsula. Your guide will also show you around the must-see Chapel of Bones. Take time to admire the ornate architecture of the Cathedral of Évora. Your second stop will be the graceful medieval village of Monsaraz, one of the oldest in Portugal and built within the walls of a castle. Taste one of the best wines in Portugal with the views of one of the largest artificial lakes in Europe. At the end of a full day of sightseeing, return to Lisbon.  Treat yourself and your family or friends to a private experience with pickup and drop-off at your accommodation in Lisbon, Cascais, or Ericeira. Alternatively, you can opt for a small-group experience and meet your guide outside one of two central hotels.

Alentejo Wine from Évora

2. Alentejo Wine from Évora

Let’s get out of the urban and historical environment and see Évora’s surroundings. As a traveler, this can be your opportunity to truly get to know the region, our culture, and traditions. We will show you special places that define who we are. You can talk to locals and gain an understanding of what it’s like to live here. Our towns and villages are places where you can find the ancestral activities of Alentejo. We will take to sites that maybe could only exist in your imagination. Wine might be what better defines Alentejo and its people. There will be no farewell without a glass of wine or two!

From Évora: Arraiolos Town and Winery Tour with Tasting

3. From Évora: Arraiolos Town and Winery Tour with Tasting

Let's get out of the urban and historical environment and walk around the outskirts of Évora. Enjoy its fields and landscapes.In this tour we will visit the village of Arraiolos, known not only for its carpets, one of the only Moorish heritage left in the region, but also for its gastronomy.Wine has been produced in the Alentejo for centuries, take the opportunity to visit one of the most prestigious wineries in the region and taste its wines. This winery hides a secret that you will certainly not want to miss.

  • Guided tours
  • Private tours
  • Day trips
18 activities found
Sort by:
Page 1 of 2

Frequently asked questions about Evora

What are the best inexpensive tours in Evora?

Other Sightseeing Options in Evora

Want to discover all there is to do in Evora? Click here for a full list.

What people are saying about Evora

So glad we took this tour to the Alentejo region. Our guide, Marco, was terrific. He was flexible, friendly and informative. He stopped for us first at the "Stonehenge" of the Alentejo, which was most interesting, then we toured Evora with its interesting cathedral. Also had an excellent lunch there. Then on to Monsaraz, which is a beautiful spot high on a hill, all whitewashed buildings, with an amazing 360-degree view. The wine tasting was excellent, and we had time for a little shopping as well. A long but very rewarding day!

We had a wonderful trip with Marcus as our guide. He was very friendly and knowledgeable, and provided lots of information about the culture and history of the locations in Evora and Monsaraz. The Chapel of Bones was a big hit with our 11-year old. We had a great lunch in Evora at a restaurant that Marcus recommended. Overall an engaging day with opportunity to see some new areas in Portugal.

It was worth visiting Monsaraz and Évora. Beautiful landscapes. Excellent service from the guide Rodrigo, polite, attentive and well prepared, answered all our questions. I recommend this tour!

This was a fun trip. A bit of a ride out there but great to get out of lisbon and see the country side.

Mr. Rodrigo was an excellent guide: attentive, knowledgeable about the places and pleasant company