• Tour code: 25723P12
  • Location: Lisbon, Portugal
  • Duration: 9 hours (approx.)
From USD $ 457.16 View price calendar

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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.


  • 8-hour private day trip to Évora from Lisbon with private guide
  • Customize your own itinerary to fit your preferences
  • Visit the UNESCO World Heritage site, and see the Roman Temple and Giraldo's Square
  • Lisbon hotel pickup and drop-off is included
  • Prices vary on group size and vehicle preference

What You Can Expect

Full-Day Private Tour: Evora World Heritage Sites

Evora's Main Square

Get picked up from your Lisbon hotel before 8:30am in a private minivan or sedan. Enjoy free Wi-Fi on your 1.5-hour ride over to Évora. This is a private tour, so please list any special interests you have (art, architecture, history, culture) at the time of booking to alert your guide, so that he or she can better prepare for your private experience.

Once you get to the UNESCO World Heritage site, the real adventure begins. Your guide plans out your day, so you can hit up all the sights you’re most interested in seeing. He or she will also provide commentary based on your areas of interest.

Stroll through the city center, and see many well-known spots, such as the Roman Temple and Giraldo's Square. Admire the architecture of the Cathedral of Évora, one of the oldest monuments in the city. During the day, stop for lunch and go to the Esporão Estate for wine tasting.

Make your way to Monsaraz, a nearby preserved medieval village, before getting back in your vehicle for another 1.5-hour car ride back to Lisbon.

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