Embark on a one-day voyage through the city of Évora - UNESCO World Heritage - a mosaic of culture, history, and traditions.
Leaving Lisbon behind, you'll cross the bridge over the Tagus before, within a few kilometers, a pleasant landscape takes shape, dotted with cork oaks, olive groves, and vineyards. In the distance, you'll pass walls before their whiteness tells us we have arrived in Évora.
Here, wander the narrow streets and take the time to savor masterpieces of past eras and the key monuments of Évora: the Roman Temple, the Romanesque-Gothic Cathedral, the Church of São Francisco, and its Chapel of Bones.
There is also the chance to explore the deep variety of handicrafts produced across the Alentejo including the renowned pieces in cork, ceramics, and copper. Furthermore, engage and experience the depth and breadth in the ingredients for some of the most defining dishes in the Portuguese gastronomic range.
Following lunch, in the afternoon, you set off in direction of the most emblematic and oldest wine estates in the country. Located in the heart of the Alentejo, you will visit an estate and sample wine to the famous Monte da Ravasqueira.
At the end of this marvelous day, you will be returned to Lisbon.