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Take a Virtual Tour of Evora, Portugal

Discover Évora, a UNESCO World Heritage site through our pictures

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Evora, a walled city in Portugal's Alentejo region, was known by the Romans as Liberalitas Julia, and vestiges from this period, including the imperial temple (Diana's temple), still remain for tourist's to gawk at.

Evora is worth two to three days to visit. Due to the relative inexpensive nature of a visit, it's a good place to splurge on a Pousada (lodging in a castle or country estate) and maybe a ride around Evora on a carriage, which is exactly the way we did it.

Come along for a ride around Evora, Portugal. If you like it, check out the travel information for Evora in the information below.

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horses and carriage pictureYour Carriage Awaits in Evora!shadow picturePicture of our carriage driver's shadow on a wall in Evoraevora picture, temple of dianaAnd over there is Evora's famous Temple of Diana...temple of diana, evora picturePicture of the 2nd century Temple of Diana
evora picture, evora centerDowntown Evora - A Pleasant Spot to Sit and Watch the Touristsevora pictureEvora's pleasant central shopping areaCourtyard of the University of EvoraInterior of the University of Evora
evora cathedral picturePicture of the Cathedral of Evoracarved figure picturePicture of carvings in the steps of Evora cathedral in Evora, Portugal.catheral interior picturePicture of the Interior of the Cathedral of Evora
Evora and the Alentejo Region Travel Information
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