Take a trip to the heartland of Alentejo on this (very) full, one day tour! Evora city is delightful city to walk around and has many historical and unique sites, of which we will visit the best. Then it´s onto a stunning olive grove & estate for a specialised tour with an olive oil tasting, and then to a nearby local, working cork factory for another specialised tour. After lunch we head to the magnificent Monte da Ravasqueira Winery for a tour and wine tasting session, ending the day with a drive into more beautiful countryside to the largest megalithic complex on the Iberian peninsular, Almendres Cromlech,Highlights– A UNESCO World Heritage Site, Evora is steeped in history- A stunning Olive Oil Grove and Estate for an olive oil tasting - Unique and charming local Cork Factory- Magnificent winery with a guided tour and wine tasting session. – Discover a Megalithic Settlement
Emerge into a 9-hour tour of Évora and the dolmens of Almendres Cromlech.You will leave Lisbon in the morning and enjoy the Alentejo landscape until you arrive in Évora, about 90 minute journey.You and your guide will explore the historic sites of Évora, including the Roman Temple of Diana.Starting with São Francisco church, where you will see the incredible bone chapel, with its walls covered with real human bones.Then, you will visit the Sé Cathedral of Évora, the iconic Gothic monument.Climb into its roofs and be amazed with the views from the top.Continue to the Roman temple of Diana.Then make a stop for eating before going to the Almendres Cromlech. There you will a complex of more than 100 stones, in a amazing construction from the stone age.Head back to Lisbon.
A full on experience with Mountain, Beach, Country, Gastronomy.Setubal and the National Park of Arrábida are very rich, both for its landscape and for its biodiversity. Here you can discover a natural environment. An experience that can take you from the mountain to the amazing beaches of Figueirinha, Galapos and Portinho
Évora and its region have a glorious historical past, and on this tour, you will attest its greatness by visiting landmarks dating back from the megalithic until nowadays. We will combine stops at historic landmarks and exciting places to match your preferences and expectations, in a flexible schedule and itinerary.We are a small, locally owned Portuguese tour company endeavouring to drive you in intimate and selected journeys. The five human senses are the inspiration behind our authentic and unique experiences. Expect, while exploring Portugal with us, to discover more about yourself through your feelings. The enjoyment you’ll experience will trigger your emotions and create precious memories which will travel with you throughout time.
Explore the UNESCO-listed town of Evora on a half-day tour from Lisbon. Step back in time and learn about the city’s rich history stretching back to the Roman Empire. Visit key sites such as the Roman Temple, Cathedral, Bones Chapel, and Giraldo's Square. Wander the streets to taste some olive oils and wines from the Alentejo region before heading back to Lisbon.
In this tour we will go from prehistoric history to the present day.First let's begin by witnessing the remains of the "Portuguese Stonehenge". We will visit 3 areas composed of stones, menhirs and a dolmen. These areas are three to seven thousand years before Christ. All that's left of the Paleolithic.From here, we go to the city of Évora. There we can see its Cathedral, the Chapel of Bones, the Temple of Diana and the University. All important part of the history of Portugal.
Evora Megalithic TourUnveil the secrets of the megalithic on a guided visit to prehistory in Alentejo: Almendres Cromlech, Almendres Menhir, Anta Grande do Zambujeiro (dolmen).Évora, considered a World Heritage Site by UNESCO since 1986.Here begins the preparation of your trip to this beautiful city in the heart of the Alentejo, the best way to visit this city is on foot, walking through narrow streets, white houses, to discover monuments such as the Roman Temple of Diana, built in the century II, the famous Chapel of Bones, Church of São Francisco, Évora
Take the ferry to the other side of the Tagus River from Lisbon for a half-day tour of Almada. Your guide shows you the historical center of Almada, the Naval Museum, the picturesque Cacilhas district, and other highlights. See another side of Portugal’s capital with a quick trip to the neighboring city, a fascinating place that also offers great views of Lisbon.
City Alentejo, district capital and headquarters of one of the largest municipalities in the country, Évora is one of the most emblematic Portuguese cities.Its beautiful historical center has been classified by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site, in an area of about 105 hectares and about 400 buildings, which is, by itself, one of the best reasons to visit this beautiful Alentejo city.Evora is known for the important Roman presence at the time of the occupation of the peninsula, Evora was even called Liberalitas Julia. During the barbarian invasions, Evora was under Visigoth rule. In 715 AD the city was conquered by the Moors, having been reconquered by Geraldo '' without fear '' in 1166,) becoming during the Middle Ages one of the most prosperous cities of the kingdom, and in 1551 was founded by the Jesuits to University, symbol of youth and knowledge of this emblematic city.
Legend has it that Lisbon was built to impress visitors arriving by boat, and after taking a tour, you’re bound to agree. This sightseeing tour includes a unique view of all of Lisbon’s Seven Hills and a closer look at some of its most important landmarks, including the bridge, Torre de Belém, MAAT Museum, Praça do Comércio, and many more. And that's not all - the Hop On / Hop Off feature, with a 48h ticket, lets you visit Lisbon at your own pace: you can jump from boat to land at one of our many pit stops, and get back on board whenever you want. Lisboat - A new way to love Lisbon.
This Tour will give us the opportunity to know a little of the south of Lisbon to discover the Arrábida Natural Park and to discover almost virgin places where nature lives next to man. We will depart from Lisbon heading south across the 25 de Abril Bridge and stopping at the Cristo Rei Sanctuary where you can observe the best view of the city of Lisbon. We will then depart to Arrábida Natural Park famous for its beaches, fishing villages and where we will visit 2 of the most famous wineries in Portugal famous for their wines especially Moscatel where you can taste the same, as well as taste the famous Sweet Azeitão Pie regional. . We will have the opportunity to visit a tile factory where they are produced using the same techniques as before and you can manufacture and paint your tile. Possibility to have lunch in one of the many beaches of the region and it is worth visiting this place be it summer or winter
I am a Portuguese citizen and a lover of historical places. I know a lot of places with beautiful landscapes and excellent dishes. I know the best that Portugal has to give and some funny facts along the way. I've been in the tourism business for years and I can assure you that you will never forget this trip with me.
In this tour you have the opportunity to live a fantastic experience with moments of great cultural and historical value, always with time to relax and take some photos, drink fresh water and above all, make the most of the day, whether in family or in a group or two, we are sure to be an unforgettable day.Note: Minimum of people per ride 2
Our itinerary will be mostly in off-road in cork oak forest and visiting Megalithic Temples.Starting from Évora we will head for the surrounding plains and hills which are within a protected area due to it's very diverse ecosystem of cork oak woodlands.
You’ll never look at Portugal the same way again after this private full-day tour of the country’s picturesque Arrábida region. Customize your perfect day in Portugal with help from a friendly local guide and driver. After getting picked up at your hotel, you’ll head off to the base of the Arrábida mountain and gaze at the region’s stunning vineyards and monastery. Next it’s off to the secret beaches of Galápos and Figueirinha to linger in the sun before sampling Moscatel wine in Palmela and Azeitão. After stopping at several more important sites your guide will return you to Lisbon at the end of the tour.
Visit to the Castle of Sesimbra, historical monument with panoramic view to the whole village of Sesimbra, passage through the Natural Park of Arrábida, protected area with extraordinary landscape. Stop at different "view points" for viewing and photos. This small private group tour with a maximum of eight people ensures that you will receive personalized attention from your guide.
This tour of Evora has an abundance of Portuguese national monuments. Highlights include an impressive Roman temple, also known as Temple of Diana, and a majestic cathedral. In addition, you can visit the intriguing prehistoric stone park and the Bones Chapel. And indeed, among many other tourist attractionsBefore being enchanted by the details during the Évora tour, look at the city's architecture. A picturesque town lined with traditionally painted houses. See what has remained in time and the history they bring, most of all, explore. These tours in Evora are especially suitable for the curious. For those who really want to know Portugal and its culture, as genuine as Alentejo itself.
Private tour to Porto.Visit to the Port Wine Cellars and riverside areaVisit to the Clérigos Tower, Lello Bookstore, City Market Bolhao and Avenida dos Aliados.Free time for lunch.Pass by the House of Music and Foz do Douro
Visit the UNESCO World Heritage site, Évora, while spending time in Portugal on this 8-hour private day trip from Lisbon. Your private guide knows the best and quickest ways to maneuver around the city to make the most of your time. Plus, you can customize your itinerary, so your interests, needs, and wants are all met.
The passion we feel for the city allows us to put together more than 45 stories that happened here. Stories about hate and love, courage and skill, friendship and family. Tales about our city that made it as it is today. Curiosities of the ancient everyday life, that became a tradition. Legends that became real. Stories about the most common mortals to the most important personalities in Portuguese history. Évora has been one of the most important cities of Portugal, coveted by other nations.We will unveil the most interesting mysteries that are not told in a typical Évora city tour. Let’s walk the streets while we capture the city’s beauty. We’ll stop at some places to tell you what happened there, or what connection that site has with the story that we want you to know.We may or may not enter the most well-known monuments; we do not have a scripted tour. We want you to enjoy the city while you get to know it in a more profound way. This is a unique, relaxed and unforgettable way to visit Évora, the city where the stones breed history.
One of the most exclusive tours in Évora! While for others it takes weeks to have a guided visit to the Cartuxa winery, this private and exclusive tour will take you there just some hours after your reservation, combining the charm of the capital of Alentejo, Évora, with its famous delicacies: wine and olive oil. You can also visit the rich estate of Eugénio de Almeida Foundation and see the grapes that make some of the best wines in the world in this 6-hour self-driving experience on board of a 100% electric vehicle: the Renault Twizy!Adventure yourself on a 6-hour tour to Cartuxa Winery, have lunch at Enoteca and visit Monte dos Pinheiros where the grapes of Pera Manca are grown!Stay connected with our free wi-fi, create your unique wine tour and share your experience in real time with your friends and family, courtesy of our live camera technology.If you consider yourself a wine lover this is the experience you must have!
In this private day tour we visit one of the more beautiful places south of Lisbon, the verdant Arrábida Hills, between the Atlantic coast and the rustic landscapes of vineyards and olive groves.Explore the stunning views from the Christ the King Statue, visit the fish market of Setúbal, considered one the best of the world (closed Monday) and a 17th century Fort located on the heights of Arrábida mountain, facing the ocean. Admire the breathtaking views from the ridge of Arrábida hills and admire the beautiful bay of Setúbal.In a well known winery where wine combine with art, we'll admire an art collection and visit the cellar. On the walls you'll be surprised by a remarkable sample of Azulejo from 16th/20th century. Among the garden art exposition a lot of ancient olive trees will surprise you too.The visit ends with a tasting of 3 wines (just for the adults).At lunch you have the opportunity to taste the excellent grilled fish and the famous Choco Frito at a local restaurant.
This full day private tour will begin with a visit to the UNESCO-listed city of Évora in 1986. Évora is considered a museum city with its roots dating back to Roman times. There are many examples of the remains of Roman civilization that remain intact throughout the city. The golden age was in the 16th century, when it was the residence of Portuguese kings.Afterwards, you will proceed to the medieval village of Monsaraz, protected by its walls is a small village, with its schist streets and whitewashed walls. With narrow streets and nooks and crannies, it has a breathtaking view of the Alentejo landscape and the Alqueva reservoir.Finally, this tour includes a visit to a winery in the region (Herdade do Esporão or Quinta da Cartuxa), where you will visit and know the entire process of wine production in this region of the Alentejo, and finally have a wine tasting.