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Evora Portugal is picturesque. The classic buildings, old-world charm, Roman ruins and more make it a breathtaking destination for many people who travel to Portugal.
Read on and discover. The end of our Portugal trip was near. But, with one more day left we chose to explore the medieval city of Evora. Evora is in the Alentejo, Portugal region, less than 2 hours drive from Cascais and nearby Lisbon , where we had been staying. We had rented a car for our family travel in Portugal , so it was easy to get around. Evora, Portugal has been consistently touted as one of the best places to visit in Portugal. So, we figured from Cascais a day trip from Lisbon to Evora is doable.
If you do not have your own car, from Lisbon you can use the bus or train to get to Evora. We headed out bright and early and took the toll road to avoid traffic. Soon, we could see the walled city in the distance. Hoping to avoid the parking chaos we experienced in Sintra , we picked one of the many parking lots just outside the city walls and walked to the town.
As we approached the city we instantly knew we were in the right place when we spotted the ancient Roman Temple. Interestingly, it is also known as the Temple of Diana even though there is no proof that the temple was ever dedicated to the ancient goddess of the hunt.
The Roman ruins in Evora are 14 surviving columns topped by Corinthian capitals on a granite base. Even though it was built in the 2nd or 3rd century, the Temple is in remarkably good shape. Apparently, the Temple was walled up in the middle ages and used as a slaughterhouse which is why when it was excavated it was in remarkably good condition.