Praça do Giraldo
The city’s main square has seen some potent moments in Portuguese history, including the 1483 execution of Fernando, Duke of Bragança;...
This is one of two watch museums that houses one family’s extraordinary private collection (the other is in Serpa). You name it – if it...
Sociedade Harmonia Eborense
For theatre, film, concerts and art expositions, stop in at the imaginative cultural centre Sociedade Harmonia Eborense to see what’s on.
Housed in a 16th-century building, Café Alentejo is full of arches and smart decor (with beautiful floors). You’ll find classic...
Agia offers daily two-hour guided walking tours of Évora, departing from outside the turismo (tourist office) on Praça do Giraldo.