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Lisbon Évora – Private Wine Excursion


8 hours

Tour Type

Daily Tour

Group Size

8 People


English, Español, Francês, Português


With hundreds of years of artistic and cultural heritage, Évora boasts a labyrinth of squares, charming streets and distinct architectural styles. On this full-day tour, explore the city and learn about delicious local wines in an included tasting.


  • Visit the city center of Évora, classified by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site.
  • Enjoy a full-day guided tour from Lisbon to Évora.
  • Learn interesting facts and curiosities from our enthusiastic and knowledgeable guide.
  • Visit the Chapel of Bones, decorated with skulls covering the walls.
  • Discover the ancient Roman Temple dedicated to the Goddess of the Moon.
  • Have free time for shopping. For example, handmade products or cork souvenirs.
  • Taste some of the best regional wines.

Bulk discount (by Percent)

Bulk discount adult
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1222 43.101069334253200000000000000000%
2333 62.067379556168800000000000000000%
3444 61.193515005174200000000000000000%
4555 68.954812004139400000000000000000%
5666 72.404277337012800000000000000000%
6777 72.897058098851800000000000000000%
7888 74.991376336667800000000000000000%


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Roman Temple of Diana
Roman Temple of Diana

The Templo de Diana is the best-preserved Roman temple on the Iberian Peninsula. The temple is named after the Roman goddess Diana but when it was constructed in the 1st century, it was actually dedicated to Augustus – the emperor who created a cult about himself. The temple has been so well preserved, as during the medieval era it was incorporated into the palace that stood here. Later, after the destruction of the palace, the temple was used as an abattoir and even a wood store!

Historic Centre
Historic Centre

Evora was a major trading and religious centre, and this former importance is reflected in the sheer number of historical monuments, all of which are all conveniently situated within the city’s ancient walls. Evora should not be mistaken for a sleepy old relic that is reliant upon its glorious past; the city is young and vibrant, with a large student population who attend one of the world’s oldest universities.

Cathedral of Évora
Cathedral of Évora

The Sé cathedral is a beautiful example of Gothic architecture. The cathedral has two mismatched towers, and this is unique for gothic religious buildings, which usually have a panel of symmetry across the front portal. A visit to the cathedral allows access to the roof, from which there are wonderful views over Evora.

The Capela dos Ossos (Bone Chapel)
The Capela dos Ossos (Bone Chapel)

There is no stranger tourist attraction in Evora (and possibly central Portugal) than the macabre Capela dos Ossos. The walls of this small chapel are lined with the bones and skulls of more than 5,000 bodies that were exhumed from the crowded graveyards of Evora. These bones have not just been stored in the walls but actually create the decoration of the chapel. The Franciscan monks who designed the chapel followed the Counter-Reformation belief, that death is purely a transitory stage. The creepiness is compounded by the wording above the entrance, which reads "We the bones wait for yours".

The Aqueduto de Agua de Prata
The Aqueduto de Agua de Prata

The Aqueduto de Agua de Prata provided a constant supply of water to the city and is connected to the water springs in Graça do Divor, 18km to the north. The aqueduct was commanded by King João III and was completed in 1537. The highest arches are seen outside of the city walls, while inside the city, houses and shops have been constructed beneath the arches. The name of the aqueduct (the Silver Water Aqueduct) has a double meaning. The first, and more obvious, is the silver appearance of the water under the bright summer sun. The second reflects the astronomical construction costs, which were so high that it nearly bankrupted the regional government.

Wine tasting
Wine tasting

With its unique climate conditions, the vineyards of the region produce some of the best Portuguese wines. You will go to a farm where you can taste the best Alentejo has to offer. Continue to the 2nd winery in Alentejo, which has a long-standing winemaking tradition and a stellar reputation for producing intense and fruity ruby-colored reds. Venture out into the neatly pruned vines during a guided vineyard tour and learn about the climate and local varietals.


  • Hotel pick-up and drop off in Lisbon
  • Tour guide
  • Transportation by air-conditioned vehicle.
  • Personal and accident insurance.
  • Free time to explore at each stop.
  • Wine tasting
  • Lunch
  • Entrance fees


Full day (8 hours)

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Based on 8 reviews
Very Good

"guide formidable

Une guide très compétente et très sympathique très sérieuse et très professionnelle superbe journée malgré la pluie torrentielle"

"Magnifique ! Super guide

Excellente journée !! Guide au top, Très attentionné, parfaites connaissances du lieu et de l'histoire du Portugal. À faire absolument"
Rokaya L

"Excellent guide !

Nous avons passé une très bonne journée auprès de Paulo qui s’est avéré être une mine d’information. Nous le recommandons vivement !"


Excursion magnifique sur toute la durée. Un guide parfait qui connaît bien son sujet et qui est très sympathique.Une très bonne et belle journée. Merci Paolo."
Gordon G

"Private Tour

A worthwhile experience being driven around in comfort and at our own pace to visit sights not normally seen by the regular tourist. The Winery Visit, whilst being interesting from a historical aspect, was less informative regarding the production of the wines available."
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