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rua Miguel Bombarda 40, Évora, Alentejo, 7000, Portugal | Hotel
 

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Heading West

A travel blog entry by superhikes

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... 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

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Left today for Evora - picked up a hire car which always seems to take forever and getting out of the city was quite hair raising! Thank goodness for the GPS. Oh and it was a manual car, too. The country side of this section of Spain was much the same as before; olive trees as far as the eye could see. Once we crossed the border into Portugal, there were cork trees as far as the eye could see (Portugal has almost 7,000 squ kms. under cultivation) and their trunks ...

Evora

A travel blog entry by vincent.michon

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... 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 ...

Seville

A travel blog entry by annsplace

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Had breakfast with Nick before he left for Madrid to catch up with a friend for a few days. He has been great company; so easy to get along with and a wonderful sense of humour! He has done all the hard yards looking after us!! After Nick left at 11am we visited Triana, which was once Seville's gypsy quarter - it was OK, nothing more. We then visited the Museum of the Fine Arts. Interesting, and a wonderful ceiling in the central section. Andrew and Bruce then went to ...

Salamanca to Evora.

A travel blog entry by analegge

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... whitewashed towns of Portugal refreshing after the mud colours of the Spanish plateau. Lots ofwhite paint with gold or blue trim. Elvas was our late lunch stop. There is a huge aqueduct as we left the town. Arrived Evora late afternoon and luckily found our hotel down a tiny alley inside the town walls and near the main square. Went out for coffee to the Art ...

Location

This hotel, located on rua 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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