One of the first things to see in Évora is its historical center, which is home to some of the most beautiful monuments in Portugal. In 1986, Evora it was declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO and it should be no surprise that there are many great places to visit in Évora.
Some of the best attractions in Évora are monuments such as the Archbishops Palace, now converted into a regional museum, and the cathedral which was rebuilt with the Gothic style in the fifteenth century. Some of the best Évora attractions are the architectural remains from the Roman era, such as the Temple of Diana.
Alternatively, explore newer but equally exciting monuments such as the Church of São Francisco, the Capela dos Ossos, Palacio de Don Manuel, the Convent Lóios, Sisebuto Tower, or the Carthusian Monastery.
While there is no shortage of stuff to do in Évora, we recommend that you also make excursions to nearby villages. When it's time to eat, try some of the local dishes like Evora's famous caldo verde, the bacalhau à minhota, or feijoada à transmontane.
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