Evora Portugal ~ This small town is a UNESCO World Heritage Site with Roman Temple and Gothic style Catehdrals. Definitely makes it on my must see day trip from Lisbon.

Evora Portugal ~ This small town is a UNESCO World Heritage Site with Roman Temple and Gothic style Catehdrals. Definitely makes it on my must see day trip from Lisbon. portugal travel tips

Listed as the "Bones Church, Evora, Portugal." Stacked creatively from floor to ceiling with human bones.

Listed as the "Bones Church, Evora, Portugal." Stacked creatively from floor to ceiling with human bones. A capela dos ossos em Évora, Portugal.

Évora in the south of Portugal is home to UNESCO World Heritage sites and some of the best food and wine the country has to offer. Even if you don't plan to extensively explore the region (although you should!) the city merits a visit by itself.

Évora, the heart of Alentejo

Évora in the south of Portugal is home to UNESCO World Heritage sites and some of the best food and wine the country has to offer. Even if you don't plan to extensively explore the region (although you should!) the city merits a visit by itself.

Evora Portugal

Why We Don't Recommend A Day Trip to Evora Portugal

Evora in Portugal is a UNESCO world heritage site. This walled city is a couple of hours driving distance from Lisbon making a day trip to Evora possible.

Evora, Portugal is an easy 1.5 hr drive from Lisbon, Portugal making it an easy daytrip. One of the first sights you see when entering the walled city is Roman ruin know as the Temple of Diana.

Why We Don't Recommend A Day Trip to Evora Portugal

Evora, Portugal is an easy hr drive from Lisbon, Portugal making it an easy daytrip. One of the first sights you see when entering the walled city is Roman ruin know as the Temple of Diana.

Capela dos Ossos, (Chapel of Bones) was created by a few Franciscan monks in the 16th century. The walls and central pillars are covered with human skulls and other skeletal parts, held together by cement. Evora, Portugal -- click for more history and info

Creepy&cool in Evora, Portugal: Capela dos Ossos, (Chapel of Bones) was created by a few Franciscan monks in the century. The walls and central pillars are covered with human skulls and other skeletal parts, held together by cement.

Óbidos, Bragança and Évora in Portugal among 40 of the last storybook towns left in Europe according to Matador Network 20.08.2014 | Photo: Évora, Portugal - Within its 14th-century walls, Évora is pockmarked with intriguing historic sights like Roman baths, the Templo Romano, and the town hub, Praça do Giraldo. | + info: www.visitportugal.com

40 of the last storybook towns left in Europe

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