Try and obtain a - need to pre book guide. Dates back to 1559 and is the second oldest University in Portugal. Its a good example of classic renaissance style.
Just behind the cathedral and the Roman temple, we were glad we got to the Evora University before it closed. The city as a whole is beautiful, so you wouldn't guess what is in store for you as you look at the building from the outside. But as soon as you step into the place, from the Church to the... More
After reading the other reviews of the university here, I was a bit confused as to what we might find at the university. I'm sorry to say that having been there myself, I can't completely clear up the mystery. Let me explain. It is of course a working university, which meant that after we entered and started walking around, we... More
As it's a public building, anyone can enter and leave at any time (depending, of course, of the University's schedule). Great place to take some photos and the building itself is not far from other beautiful attractions in Evora.
Was founded in 1559 by Jesuites, is a very beautiful building, specially the classrooms with tiles, every one have diferents subjects (depending originally what was teached there). I suggest also to visit where is the Library now because have some paintings in the ceiling. I studied Tourism here, is a great university and it really worth a visit, specially when... More
I stumbled upon the university during a hot afternoon's exploration of Evora and found a place of cool tranquility. I enjoyed wandering about and enjoyed a tasty lunch at a price that students would be happy to pay. It was also interesting experiencing a natural Portuguese environment with not a tourist in sight!
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