Pousada de Juventude

R. Miguel Bombarda 40, Évora, Alentejo, Portugal | Hostel
 

Travel Blogs from Évora

Heading West

A travel blog entry by superhikes

22

... towns I’ve seen, here every house is freshly painted in white or earthy yellow. I walk up to the main plaza, and up to the top of the wall with a nice view of the city below. Nearby, the remains of a beautiful columned Roman temple…


Yep, Evora certainly deserves its World Heritage Site status.



I crisscross the old city a couple more times, wanting to make sure I don’t miss any of its hidden gems. It’s got ...

Seville to Evora

A travel blog entry by annsplace

8

... beautiful when the outer layer of bark has been taken off. The mature trees are stripped only every 10 years or so. As we got closer to Evora the country became much more productive but the little villages along the way looked very sad, I guess reflecting the Portuguese economy. After checking in to our hotel which was so cheap and of a good standard we explored the cathedrals, squares and arcades. Had a wonderful meal at a little restaurant - usual time, about 10 ...

Evora

A travel blog entry by vincent.michon

12

... of this region is definitely growing on me. Evora is a rich mix of Roman, Arabic, Christian, Renaissance architectures. From its narrow white streets emanates a very pleasant and medieval atmosphere. Orange tree gardens, norman style cathedral, roman columns, every style blends very well together to create a very charming town. We chose to have dinner in the ...

Seville

A travel blog entry by annsplace

3

... Station to file a report on our stolen phone and Di and I decided to have a quick look around the shops as it was Sale time. Managed to snaffle some absolute bargains. Dined at a restaurant recommended by hotel staff and it was awful. Can't win all the time! Not quite sure what to make of Seville; actually I don't really like it. But I did like the streets lined with orange trees and our hotel had beautiful woven baskets filled with oranges. Ours for the taking! A lovely ...

Salamanca to Evora.

A travel blog entry by analegge

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A longish drive on a crystal clear day. Became fairly hot by the time we arrived in Evora. Stopped a couple of times on the way the 1st at Plasencia in the high Sierra. A compact walled town busy with locals shopping. Then our next stop at Elvas just inside Portugal near the Spanish border. A fascinating heavily fortressed town with massive walls and a castle on ...

Location

This hostel, located on R. Miguel Bombarda 40, Évora, is near Chapel of Bones (Capela dos Ossos), Cathedral of Évora (Se), Praca do Giraldo, and Universidade de Evora.
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