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Practical Guide

Practical guide to visit Evora Alentejo, Portugal. Your starting point to plan your stay. Here, you will find everything you need to know to get to Alentejo and make the most of your trip.

– Useful information
– Transportation
– Culture
– Tourism
– Shopping

Aldeia da Terra – Pottery handicraft in Evora

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Aldeia da Terra (Clay Village), in Évora, has this name because it is made of clay and because it is the artistic representation of any village in this peculiar land which is the Alentejo. So, to visit Évora (and the Alentejo) is also to visit Aldeia da Terra. It became a must visit site for those who go through the streets in the historic city …

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Transfer Lisbon – Evora, transfers Portugal

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A transfer to Evora may be your best option to come to Alentejo. In a fast, safe and personalised way, our services of transfers from Lisbon or any other region in Portugal allow you to have transportation to Evora or from Evora one way or return, as well as tours in Evora and/or Alentejo included. Considering that tourism in Portugal arrives, especially, through Lisbon airport …

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Cante Alentejano, polyphonic singing from Alentejo, Portugal – UNESCO

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Cante Alentejano is part of the strongest traditions of Alentejo, together with Alentejo cuisine and Alentejo wine. What wonderful traditions we have here to show you! When people listen to Cante, it becomes part of them. They feel a little bit “alentejanos” when they listen to the powerful voices of choral groups, which reach their souls. That is why Cante is now on the Unesco …

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Local shops in Evora

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Local shops in Evora are very important for the city because they give life to the city centre. At the end of 2017, Evora Shopping is about to open, becoming the first shopping centre in the city. For now, that is great for the population and the visitors, who can shop while they enjoy the beauty of the city centre streets. The best streets to …

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Evora Market, Mercado Municipal de Evora

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Evora Municipal Market is located on the nice 1º de Maio Square, near Evora Public Park, Rossio, S. Francisco Church and the famous Bones Chapel. It is also not too far from Giraldo Square, the great city centre. By the market, we also find one of the many departments of Evora University. Because this area has so many points of interest, many tourists visit it, …

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Evora museums list

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Evora museums tell the story of the city and Alentejo, Portugal. These museums are places where the past is shown on exhibits. But, in many cases, also on the walls of important buildings which witnessed hundreds of years go by slowly. The museums of Evora are perfectly integrated in the historical centre. This allows you to visit some of them while you also explore the …

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How to get to Evora, travel to Evora

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After you get to know the answer to the question “Where is Evora?” by seeing its location on a map, you will understand that its geographic position makes travelling to the capital of Alentejo quite easy. Evora, even though administratively considered as south of Portugal, is not that far from a central position in the country. So, if you want to travel to Evora departing …

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Cultural Centre Forum Eugénio de Almeida

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Forum Eugénio de Almeida is one more of the many reasons to visit Evora. Almost all of them are related to the history which has made Evora a world heritage site in the centre of the amazing nature of Alentejo, not forgetting its gastronomy and wine production. But we also have modernity in Evora. Forum Eugénio de Almeida is an innovative space dedicated to the …

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