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Se Catedral de Evora

Largo do Marques de Marialva, Evora 7000-809, Portugal
+351 266 759 330
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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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  • Poor2%
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Largo do Marques de Marialva, Evora 7000-809, Portugal
+351 266 759 330
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Reviewed 2 days ago

This cathedral is worth a visit without doubt, but it isn't particularly spectacular inside. We didn't go up the tower - struggling with knees, so can't comment on that part. Of all the cathedrals we've been to, this felt very much like a tourist attraction...More

Thank ToffeeCambs
Reviewed 6 days ago

This cathedral was built on the ruins of a Moorish mosque. It is enormous and very impressive. The original organ, dating to the 1500's is still in place and used on special occasions. However, the "new" organ, dating to the 1700's is the one typically...More

Thank SMLBill
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

À landmark not to be missed. I travel à lot and did not often get the occasion to walk on a cathedral's roof.. treasure and nave tell a lot about Portugal's past splendour. Décent and cheap salads at museum's cafétéria.

Thank Pascale R
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Enjoyed the roof top view of the city (not too many stairs :) ) The cloisters were fine, impressive church.

Thank lemiukas
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

This is the main cathedral in Evora. It is quite large. Really didn't see anything special inside. The main entrance is quite impressive, however.

Thank RodMcLeod
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Construction of this Cathedral commenced in the 12th Century. Like all Cathedrals in Portugal it has its own unique history. You can access the roof area which provides great views of Evora - I would not take young children up there. It is of Romanesque...More

Thank Wangary
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Remarkable! After so many churches and cathedrals we have visited in Portugal, Cathedral of Evora really impressed me with simplicity of its red granite solemn interior, tall nave and subtle light coming from the rose windows. The fortress-like exterior dominates lovely medieval Evora with its...More

Thank Noraatc
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

I never experienced something like that before! At the entrance, waiting in line to pay the entrance fee, the guy checking your ticket made jokes about my home country and was insulting me personal.

Thank GB-Croata
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Beautiful interior & a very different roof top experience. You actually get to walk on the roof which is a slightly scary but wonderful experience. A must do. Evora is an amazing town - loved it.

Thank Deirdre_dines
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

This is the main church in evora. If u want to see one more than worth visit. Otherwise avoid nothing great.

Thank nirajsomaiya
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