Snack-Bar Restaurante A Choupana
Agia offers daily 90-minute guided tours of Évora from outside the turismo (tourist office) on Praça do Giraldo.
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Praça do Giraldo
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Snack-Bar Restaurante A Choupana information
Lonely Planet review
This is a tiled, busy place where many locals opt to sit on stools at a long bar. There’s a TV, lots of knick-knacks and tasty, good-value daily mains (including generous half serves). Attached is an appealing restaurant served by efficient bow-tied waiters.