With a population of over 60,000, Evora is one of the fastest-growing cities in Portugal. It is also one of the oldest cities in the country, with the earliest document mentioning the city dating back to 712. During the prehistoric times, Evora was known as a thriving center of arts and learning and was frequented, various Portuguese kings.
Today, the city’s historical center is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and it draws plenty of visitors daily.
15 Best Things to Do and See in Evora, Portugal
Visit the haunting Chapel of Bones
Perhaps the most haunting experience you can have in the city of Evora is visiting the Chapel of Bones. Located near Igreja de Sao Francisco, the site…