Dom Fernando

Avenida Dr Barahona 2 - 4, Évora, Alentejo, 7000-756, Portugal | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Avenida Dr Barahona 2 - 4, Évora, is near Chapel of Bones (Capela dos Ossos), Cathedral of Évora (Se), Praca do Giraldo, and Universidade de Evora.
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    Travel Blogs from Évora

    The ancient city of Evora

    A travel blog entry by joeandsusan on Jul 20, 2014

    3 comments, 29 photos

    ... day was lovely and the place was very peaceful. We thought about how work much work it to place these stones.

    We also visit the Dolmen of Zambujeiro. It is the largest dolmen in Portugal. The entrance is 46 feet long leading to a chamber built of enormous stones (or at least that is what the sign said). Unfortunately, the entrance was blocked. The outside of the structure was very impressive. This in an isolated location and we think the entrance was blocked ...


    A travel blog entry by joeandsusan on Jul 19, 2014

    9 photos

    ... the 8th Duke of Barganca became King of Portugal. He took many of the furnishings from the palace to Lisbon with him. However, the rooms are still splendid.

    The rooms occupied by King Carlos and his wife, are much as he left them the day before his assassination. The last monarch, Manuel II, fled to exile in 1910, two years after his father and brother were shot. The monarchy was dissolved shortly after he left.

    The Dukes of Barganca were involved in the ...

    Dem bones, dem bones, dem dry bones

    A travel blog entry by michellendave on Jul 10, 2014

    49 photos

    ... else we saw, it was just an ordinary aqueduct, notable merely for historical reasons. Top Choice really? And we could not even get access to the top for scenic walk.

    It was 3:30 pm. And by this time I was a bit *****y. I was hot and sticky and tired. But by the time we drove out of town towards the next sights on our agenda I largely got over it.

    Before Stonehenge, There was Cromeleque ...

    Enough with the Castles Already

    A travel blog entry by michellendave on Jul 09, 2014

    28 photos

    ... drove a kilometer before discovering our mistake. Instead of just doubling back, we tried to follow dirt farm roads to get back on route. Eventually they would dissolve into the dust and we’d have to reroute. Finally we found pavement again and a drove past wheat farms, orchards, and microscopic villages before arriving at the large town (population 8500) of Moura.

    Many of it's site are quite common including a ...


    A travel blog entry by vincent.michon on Jul 06, 2014

    12 photos

    ... Loios (a Pousada is the equivalent of a Spanish parador, an old building like a monastery or a castle, that's been renovated so you can enjoy the history of it while staying there). Dinner was amazing, both for food and atmosphere, and the dessert buffet was very... rich as well. Well, we like Evora so much that we're going back this morning for a walk in the ...