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  • Evora and Monsaraz: Wine and Gastronomy Tour

    1. Evora and Monsaraz: Wine and Gastronomy Tour

    The city of Évora counts back thousands of years of history. You will be taken you to see the city highlights and hear its 1,001 stories. You will definitely appreciate the beauty of this magical city. The historical center will come as a complete surprise. Inhabited since immemorial times, it is still possible to appreciate Roman remains, surrounded by medieval buildings. After visiting the historical center, the cathedral and the Bones Chapel, you will head to Alentejo to a beautiful local winery for a wine tasting. Sample regional products such as fresh bread, cheese, cooked meats, and jam. After lunch, head to the village of Monsaraz village, a fortified settlement established in the Copper Age. Admire the influence of Christianity, Judaism, and Islam in the architecture and traditions of this ancient village that has been inhabited by members of these three religions.

  • Lisbon: Food and Wine Walking Tour

    2. Lisbon: Food and Wine Walking Tour

    Enjoy the flavors of the Portuguese cuisine in Lisbon’s traditional places. The guide will give you lots of insider tips for wine, petiscos, food, fado and good company. Just bring your appetite! Find out about Lisbon’s great cafés, such as the 18th-century café Nicola (this café was opened in 1787 by an Italian man, one of Lisbon’s most literary cafés and a place for tertúlias) and discover where you can find another coffee landmark in the city. You will know more about Portugal’s strong café-culture. Try the famous Portuguese codfish cake with a glass of refreshing green wine. Learn about the historical center of the city, also the center for the nightlife, full of bars, restaurants and nightclubs. Take a look at all the delicious and exotic products on display at an old gourmet shop, from dried, salted Bacalhau – now one of Portugal´s most traditional dishes - to the sausages, hams ...

    Joann is an amazing and knowledgeable tour guide. She is very passionate about the food history of Portugal specify Lisbon and she brings it to life. She is funny and respectful.

  • Lisbon: 3-Hour Portuguese History & Flavors Food & Wine Tour

    3. Lisbon: 3-Hour Portuguese History & Flavors Food & Wine Tour

    Start your walking tour as you head to the downtown to an intriguing and hidden house where you will be able to discover all the secrets of the Alentejo region and try a typical meat plate. Next, follow your guide uphill, giving you a small break with beautiful legends and details about the city, arriving at the Bairro Alto where you will be introduced to a typical soup to be found in every Portuguese table in times of festivities, invented in the Minho region and spread throughout the country. To finish your lovely walk and exploration of tastes and culture, discover a special codfish dish invented by one of the inhabitants in the Bairro Alto. Find out more during your walking tour on this amazing and tasteful excursion.

    We loved it. Nuno was a terrific guide, and his English was fine. Not too much walking, which I quite liked.

  • Évora and Megaliths Full-Day Tour from Lisbon

    4. Évora and Megaliths Full-Day Tour from Lisbon

    Explore the history of Portugal on a full-day tour of Évora and the Megaliths of the Cromeleque dos Almendres. Following a pick-up from your hotel in Lisbon, transfer to Évora, historic capital of the Alentejo. Explore the UNESCO classified city center, seeing sights from Roman times to the Renaissance. Go to the Temple of Diana, thought to date back to the 1st century AD. Continue to the Renaissance Church of St. Francis to see the Chapel of Bones (Capela dos Ossos). Marvel at walls covered in human skulls and bones. Wander around Évora Cathedral, and climb its roof to admire the golden plains surrounding the city. Depart Évora for the Roman Villa of Tourega, far off the tourist path. Continue to the Anta Grande do Zambujeiro, the largest and most important megalith dolmen (tomb) on the Iberian Peninsula. Along the way, check out the smaller dolmen of the Anta da Tourega. End the da...

    Fascinating, well-organized tour from an exceptional guide of Évora and its ancient surroundings

  • Evora and Megalithic Circuit 10 Hour Private Tour

    5. Evora and Megalithic Circuit 10 Hour Private Tour

    You will travel south from Lisbon crossing the 25 de Abril bridge, and the landscape will begin to change after getting to the Alentejo region. The olive and cork trees, the immense plains, the golden soil, the blue sky… Alentejo will overflow your senses! Firstly, on the tour, you will visit to the Almendres Cromlech, a testimony of pre-historic Human presence in Alentejo.  Next the city of Évora counts thousands of years of history. You will explore the city highlights and discover its one thousand and one stories. You will appreciate the beauty of this magical city. The city holds a historical centre and is a total surprise. Inhabited since time immemorial, it is still possible to appreciate Roman remains, surrounded by medieval buildings. You will observe the historical centre, the Cathedral and the Bones Chapel. Thereafter, you will visit Monsaraz, a beautiful medieval village a...

    Vasco provided individual service based on our interests. Informative, relaxed, flexible,safe & comfortable ride in van we were fortunate with only two of us with guide

  • Lisbon: Full-Day Private Tour to Évora and Palmela

    6. Lisbon: Full-Day Private Tour to Évora and Palmela

    Cross the Vasco da Gama Bridge - the longest in Europe - for the start of this full-day private tour of the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Évora, admiring the winelands and plains of the Alentejo along the way. Upon arrival in Évora, circle the medieval walls and enjoy a pleasant walking tour of the old city, stopping at the most iconic sights, such as the Chapel of Bones (Capela dos Ossos), where the interior walls are covered with human skulls and bones. Next door is the huge Gothic edifice of the Igreja de São Francisco (Church of St. Francis) with its Manueline entrance and spiral spires. Marvel at the Roman Temple, one of the most significant Roman ruins in Portugal with well preserved columns and Corinthian capitals. You will also see the University of Évora, the 2nd oldest university in Portugal, housed in a former Jesuit college. Next, go to the Cartuxa Wine Cellars to sample t...

    Matthew was an excellent guide. His knowledge of history and sense of humor made our day with him quite enjoyable.

  • Lisbon: Full-Day Évora Wine Tour

    7. Lisbon: Full-Day Évora Wine Tour

    Explore the cultural tapestry of Évora, capital of the province of Alentejo, and a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Passing through a rustic landscape of olive and cork trees, journey 81 miles (130 km) south of Lisbon to reach the outer vineyards of this well-preserved treasure. Walk through the whitewashed Old Town to visit Évora's most famous landmark, the Roman Temple. Its large Corinthian columns date back to the first century, the era of Emperor Augustus. Another breathtaking stop will be the Cathedral of Évora, one of the most important Gothic monuments in Portugal. Then we'll head to Saint Francis Church with the "Bones Chapel", or Capela dos Ossos, which is completely decorated with human bones. Don't miss the University of Évora, a former Jesuit college built by Cardinal-King Henrique in 1559. Afterwards, stroll through Évora market to admire the colorful and tasty ingredients used ...

    Evora is a difficult place to get to by public transport from Lisbon so this tour was a great way to it. Evora is a small town with lots to see. I didn't go on the lunch and was glad because I got to spend the time exploring the town centre. The wine tasting was very rushed and it was in a local shop, not very atmospheric. Overall, it felt a bit rushed in the monuments but was a great way to experience more of Portugal.

  • Évora & Alentejo Wine Tour Full-Day Private Tour

    8. Évora & Alentejo Wine Tour Full-Day Private Tour

    Explore the cultural tapestry of Évora, capital of the province of Alentejo, and a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Passing through a rustic landscape of olive and cork trees, journey 81 miles (130 km) south of Lisbon to reach the outer vineyards of this well-preserved treasure. Walk through the whitewashed Old Town to visit Évora's most famous landmark, the Roman Temple. Its large Corinthian columns date back to the first century, the era of Emperor Augustus. Another breathtaking stop will be the Cathedral of Évora, one of the most important Gothic monuments in Portugal. Then head to Saint Francis Church with the "Bones Chapel", or Capela dos Ossos, which is completely decorated with human bones. Don't miss the University of Évora, a former Jesuit college built by Cardinal-King Henrique in 1559. Afterwards, stroll through Évora market to admire the colorful and tasty ingredients used to cr...

  • From Lisbon: Full-Day Évora, Arraiolos & Almendres Cromlech

    9. From Lisbon: Full-Day Évora, Arraiolos & Almendres Cromlech

    Évora is the capital of the Upper Alentejo, an old city surrounded by crenellated walls, where you'll still find alive the remains of Roman presence, Arab culture and Portuguese history spanning across the last 900 years. A royal residence for long periods, Évora still keeps the glamour of the best aristocratic architecture from the 16th and 17th centuries. Tens of monuments can be explored and discovered inside the ancient medieval city featured with twisted alleyways ripped in the urban mesh of whitewashed houses with ocher painted strips. Évora is known as the Portuguese Museum City and was classified as a World Heritage Site in 1986. On this trip, you'll explore monumental Évora on a guided tour where the main monuments will be visited, like the Roman Temple and Bathes, the Gothic Cathedral, the St. Francis Church and its Chapel of Bones, the Giraldo Square, the Mudejar styled Chape...

  • Lisbon: Private 3-Hour Food and Wine Tour

    10. Lisbon: Private 3-Hour Food and Wine Tour

    Learn everything about Lisbon’s culinary delights on this private 3-hour tour. Discover dried and salted cod and try delicious codfish cakes with a refreshing glass of wine. Enjoy a glass of port wine accompanied by delicious cheeses as you learn about their production and history. Visit the district of Bairro Alto, home to some of the best restaurants, fado houses, bars, and nightclubs in the city. Stop at a local bar and enjoy a snack and a glass of draft beer. Stroll down the stairs of Calçada do Duque past the hidden restaurants with beautiful views of Lisbon. Sample a glass of delicious port wine accompanied by cheese and ham. You can also enjoy tasting a typical Ginjinha (cherry liqueur). You will end the tour with a final tasting of Portuguese bread and chouriço (pork sausage) accompanied by delicious Alentejo red wine.

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What people are saying about Alentejo Restaurant, Lisbon

Overall rating

4.7 / 5

based on 871 reviews

Amazing tour with Joana! Learned a lot even though I am a local. My boyfriend (who is not a local) loved it too and got to know not only the culinary delights and the drinks but also a lot of the history and culture. Absolutely splendid! Highly recommended! Also for portuguese people ;)

Joann is an amazing and knowledgeable tour guide. She is very passionate about the food history of Portugal specify Lisbon and she brings it to life. She is funny and respectful.

Nice route with many different dishes and drinks. Learned a lot about the history of the city in relation to food and drink.

Excellent tour with a knowledgable guide. Learned a lot about Portugese food and drinks and a nice walk in the old town.

We loved it. Nuno was a terrific guide, and his English was fine. Not too much walking, which I quite liked.