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  • Capela dos Ossos
    The walls and pillars of the chapel, built in the century XVII, are lined with thousands of human bones and skulls. Ceilings with murals realtivas death. Written on a plaque next to the door, the phrase "We bones that are here for your hope", reminds us how fleeting passage through life.
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  • Templo Romano de Évora (Templo de Diana)
    The temple, built in the first half of the first century AD. C., which as we can see today, it is completely surrounded by a portico more evident than was the forum of the Roman city, large square that stretched at its greatest extent, in the north-south direction and trace, in following archaeological work done in that area, we know that occupied all the space goes, roughly, the southern boundary of the garden to the Cathedral and the Palace of the Inquisition until Cadaval Palace. Rectangular in plan, with 25x15m, hexastilo (with six columns on its front) and periptero (with free speaker to involve the entire perimeter of the cell), was built in the Corinthian style with use of local materials, marble column bases and in capitals and granite structure of the podium, the pediments and entablature. A wrap it north, east and west in a tank signinum opus (lime mortar, sand and crushed pottery) created a water mirror certainly connected with the cult.
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  • Cathedral of Évora (Sé Catedral de Évora)
    Roman-Gothic 12th century cathedral. Guard a valuable treasure. Spectacular visit the cloisters of the cathedral and coverage, with magnificent views of the historic center. Is part of the monumental complex as a Unesco World Heritage
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  • D. Fernando II e Gloria Frigate
    D. Fernando II e Gloria is a wood sailing ship of the Portuguese Navy, open for visits of the public, in Cacilhas - Almada. She is one of the oldest ships in the world, in a dry dock of the river tagus. A one of a kind experience, full of adventures and treasures to find, understand what it was to be a sailor and every part and object of the ship that was the last sailing ship of the Portuguese Navy that connected Europe and Asia!
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  • Centro Histórico de Évora
    The city of Evora is world heritage not only for its monuments. Their culture, their streets, whitewashed houses, the latticed balconies, their uneven sidewalks, its Gothic doors and windows, narrow and irregular streets of the Jewish quarter, its whiteness contrasting with the blue sky, its people , traditions and cuisine, among others make Evora is one of the best preserved world heritage cities. Stroll through its elegant medieval arcades and the unpretentious streets breathe history in Romans, Arabs and medieval manor and detail framed by the picturesque. Get regional crafts, indulge in the cuisine of the area and be sure to enjoy their famous wines. With a good hotel infrastructure, with many good restaurants, with warm people and beautiful monuments, Evora awaits your visit.
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  • Observatorio do Lago Alqueva
    The Observatório do Lago Alqueva – OLA (Lake Alqueva Observatory) is the first and largest an astronomical observatory in Alentejo. Located in the heart of rural Portugal, near to the medieval village of Monsaraz, its location offers a trully magnificent dark sky to all visitors. OLA offers almost daily tours of the magnificent night sky of Monsaraz, where one can learn the orientation by the North Star, identify the constellations and know their legends, relate stellar colours with their ages, observe star clusters, nebulas and distant galaxies with the help of telescopes. The explanations are presented with clear examples and language by OLA’s guides. When the weather is cloudy, we resort to a simulation using astronomy software. The observatory also promotes courses on astronomy and astrophotography and has a vast program of outreach talks and activities for the general public, schools and senior groups.
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Evora Olive Hotel, Moov Hotel Evora, and Pousada Convento de Evora are some of the most popular hotels for travellers looking to stay near Capela dos Ossos. See the full list: Hotels near Capela dos Ossos.

Troia Design Hotel, SANA Sesimbra Hotel, and Aroeira Lisbon Hotel - Sea & Golf Resort are all popular resorts for travellers staying in Alentejo. See the full list: Alentejo Resorts.

Popular hotels close to Templo Romano de Évora (Templo de Diana) include Evora Olive Hotel, Pousada Convento de Evora, and The Noble House. See the full list: Hotels near Templo Romano de Évora (Templo de Diana).

Popular luxury hotels in Alentejo include Torre de Palma Wine Hotel, Herdade do Amarelo Nature & Spa, and Convento do Espinheiro, Historic Hotel & Spa. See the full list: Alentejo Luxury Hotels.

Popular hotels close to Lisboa Airport include Melia Lisboa Aeroporto, Star Inn Lisbon, and Stay Hotel Lisboa Aeroporto. See the full list: Hotels near Lisboa Airport.

A few of the most popular hotels near Santuario Nacional de Cristo Rei are As Janelas Verdes Inn, a Lisbon Heritage Collection, Olissippo Lapa Palace, and Pestana Palace Lisboa. See the full list: Hotels near Santuario Nacional de Cristo Rei.

Some of the most popular pet-friendly hotels in Alentejo are Casa do Adro, Octant Hotels Santiago, and The Noble House. See the full list: Pet Friendly Hotels in Alentejo.

Popular cheap hotels in Alentejo include Casa do Adro, Vitoria Stone Hotel, and Moov Hotel Evora. See the full list: Cheap Hotels in Alentejo.

Torre de Palma Wine Hotel, Herdade do Amarelo Nature & Spa, and Convento do Espinheiro, Historic Hotel & Spa have a spa and received excellent reviews from travellers in Alentejo. See the full list: Spa Hotels in Alentejo.

Vila Planicie, Rio Art Hotel, and Herdade do Amarelo Nature & Spa all received great reviews from families travelling in Alentejo. See the full list: Family Hotels Alentejo.

Popular hotels by the beach in Alentejo include Troia Design Hotel, SANA Sesimbra Hotel, and Sesimbra Hotel & Spa. See the full list: Alentejo Beach Hotels.

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