Collected by Julio Lopez-Atienzo
Alcarcova de Baixo 23, 7000-841 Évora, Portugal
We were trying to escape a rare late afternoon rain shower when, by sheer luck, we stumbled upon Piparoza. This cozy restaurant is an absolute gem. We feasted on small plates of tender and zesty octopus salad, melt-in-your-mouth delicious codfish...
Something that you would never see in the US is someone's underwear drying outside but then again, this is why I travel. Love the architecture in Evora - a World Heritage town, approximately 85 miles away from Lisbon - and the fact that almost all...
Estrada Nacional 114, Km 185, 7000-173 Évora, Portugal
Five amazing days discovering Alentejo on a Hertz Ride motorcycle tour. New BMW motorcycles ready to go. Empty scenic roads, great cuisine to appreciate, places to stay with a lot of heritage to share and culture to find. This is a truly unique...
Largo do Conde de Vila Flor, 7000-804 Évora, Portugal
This picture was taken at dusk outside the hotel Pousada Dos Loios. Évora is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, due to the preservation and eclectic combination of old to new European architecture. To the left is the Roman Temple of Diana. And in front...
Evora is a World Heritage town south of Lisbon in the area of the country called Alentejo. It takes approximately 1.5 to 2 hours to get there and if you go in the summer you will be sure to experience high temperatures. The food in Alentejo is...
R. Cinco de Outubro 49, 7000-854 Évora, Portugal
Driving through the countryside of Portugal one can see the huge, modern wind turbines. When I saw them I longed to see the old picturesque windmills. After looking into the history of the windmills I discovered that many farmers on their quintas...
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