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Public buses are available in Ëvora, but some travelers may find the schedules and routes a bit erratic at times, especially as the routes can vary greatly from day to day, while some buses don’t run at all on Sundays.
Driving in Portugal is easy however, and town of Ëvora is small enough that most visitors shouldn’t run into any problems. The locals tend to drive fast as well and taking in the sights while keeping an eye on the road can be a bit much at times. Exploring Portugal by car is easy too, but be warned that the main motorways (as they call the highways in Europe) are toll roads. They’ll accept credit cards however, as well as cash for payment. There are also service areas to let you fuel up the car and your stomach while you’re taking a day trip around the countryside. To rent a car you must be 21 years old, and drivers under 25 might incur an additional young driver surcharge. An international license is not required but you do need to have held a drivers license for at least one year. Rental cars are available at the airports in Portugal, as well as in the city center of Ëvora.Taxicabs area also available at most of the major destinations, and your hotel can also likely arrange for a guide. This can be the best way to take in the sites and not worry about having to watch the road! Just be sure to confirm the rate prior to starting your trip.