Évora Free Tour

Évora Free Tour

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Discover the oldest parts of the city, the Roman past, its hidden Jewish influence, and the importance of Évora during Portugal’s Age of Discovery.
  When:  Monday to Saturday
  Where: Praça do Giraldo
w  Languages:  english en,  español es,  portugues pt
  Price: Free
}  Time:  english  10:00
español  portugues  15:00 1st Sep to 31st May
español  portugues  16:00 1st June to 31st Aug
  Duration: 2 hours

Welcome to a very special tour for very special people in a very special Unesco Heritage City! Our goal is to share the beauty of Évora with people from all around the world: its history, stories, customs, and rich culture embraced by the mix of all the people who lived here for more than 2000 years.

Starting our journey from the gorgeous Giraldo Square, we will travel through time and explain the different cultures, traditions and ways of life of our city. Already the Celtici where around the area, and were followed by the Romans who built a temple that’s still standing! Did you know that Évora also has an important Jewish past?

You won’t be joining classical historical or architectural tour, but a tour conducted by enthusiastic, friendly people. We want our tour to be a unique continuous association between history and what was going on people’s mind through the centuries with practical examples: the ones you would never see if you wouldn’t join this tour!

Highlights of the Évora Free Tour

N  Stroll through the streets of Évora and gasp its life
N  Understand the importance this town had during the Age of Discoveries
N  Unearth Évora’s hidden Jewish past, present all over the place
N  Marvel at several of the impressive churches in town
N  Get to know the best food and wines of the Alentejo and where to try them

What we’ll see in the Évora Free Tour

  Roman Temple
  Cathedral
  Church of Santo Antão
  Jewish Quarter
  Church of São Francisco
  Giraldo Square

Meeting Point

  Meeting Point: Praça do Giraldo
Next to the fountain, in front of the Church of Santo Antão.

Frequently Asked Questions

How can your tours be free?
Our Free Tours are based on tips only! Part of this will go to cover marketing and operational expenses. In this way we achieve great quality in the tours, immense guest satisfaction and that we also make sure that, regardless of the budget, everyone can enjoy Évora as much as we do.
In which language is the tour?
The Évora Free Tour runs in English, Spanish and Portuguese.
When does the tour run?
The Évora Free Tour runs from Monday to Saturday.

In English, at 10:00.

In Spanish and Portuguese, from the 1st of September to the 31st of May, at 15:00. From the 1st of June to the 31st of August, at 16:00.

How long is the tour?
The Évora Free Tour lasts for approximately 2 hours, but it can be a little longer depending on the rhythm of the group.
Where does the tour end?
The Évora Free Tour finishes in the Roman Temple.
Does the tour operate if it rains?
Yes! Raincoat, umbrella and off we go. Only in very extreme cases can the tour be canceled. If that happens, you will be notified as far in advance as possible.
Is it suitable for people with reduced mobility or babies in a stroller?
Yes! For the most part of it, the Évora Free Tour runs through flat places, and some sloping streets.
We're a big group. Can we still join?
We always try not to leave anyone out but, sometimes with large groups, it is difficult to organize the tour and the guides. We always ask that, if you are a group of more than 10 people, you contact us and we will see how we can solve it.

Interested in a Private Tour?

If you want more flexibility and a dedicated guide for you and your group, you can book this tour as a private tour totally in English, Spanish or Portuguese.

This way we can start at the day and time that suits you and have a much more personal experience. This is also a good option for groups of more than 10 people who cannot join our Free Tours together. Send us an email and we will answer you right away.

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