Vitoria Stone Hotel

Address: Rua Diana de Lis 5, Évora, Alentejo, 7005-413, Portugal | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on Rua Diana de Lis 5, 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

    Portugal - where they do speak diferently

    A travel blog entry by drrich on May 27, 2015

    5 photos

    Travelling from Merida we continued the theme of seeing more ruins.Some were the clear cut roman type and others were the lack of money and desire type. Portugal is also a place where things are no longer attempting to be clean. More than likely the lack of any upkeep on buildings and small roads for so long has made it a forbidding task requiring money that no one has. However, cigarette butts line the streets ...

    Evora - Medieval Gem of the Alentejo

    A travel blog entry by modernnomad67 on May 13, 2015

    101 photos

    ... historic sight in the southern half of Portugal, and a beautifully
    preserved medieval city that was one of the first places in Portugal to be
    awarded UNESCO World Heritage status. While most of the sights date from
    medieval times, the ruins of a Roman Temple in the city’s center, popularly
    believed to be dedicated to the goddess Diana although no archaeological
    evidence exists for that attribution, shows that Evora is a far older city.

    Portuguese Cork Farm

    A travel blog entry by marychaffin on May 01, 2015

    2 comments, 24 photos

    • We are so fortunate...we have had another glorious of those ones that make us so thankful that we travel...
      We went to a cork farm...not just a cork farm but one that is run by a 3 generation family.
      Grandma and Grandad are 95 and 90. Mom and Dad are in their 60's and Son and Daughter are in their 40's. They were exiled in the 70's when the country went through liberation from Salazar the dictator. At ...

    Paradise Lost

    A travel blog entry by mariontrew on Apr 27, 2015

    1 comment, 4 photos

    ... family who owned the site and a lot of the surrounding area allowed you to walk freely on any part of their farm or the lake shore. Treacle had so many rabbits to chase she hardly knew where to begin and she ran until she was on the verge of collapsing from heat exhaustion.

    My stay at Markardia lengthened from the planned three days to a week. Not only was it a most lovely place but I met some really nice people ...


    A travel blog entry by paulandphilna on Dec 16, 2014


    ... buildings. Went into one hotel and it is absolutely beautiful how they incorporate the old with the modern. Prices for food is very reasonable. For dinner we had hot pasta salad with a glass of wine and coffee for nine dollars each. Again very few tourists around even though the weather is good, which makes it feel that we are intrepid explorers. Which we are not, more like tepid explorers. Even got the ...