The beauty of this tour starts with the departure from Lisbon to the magnificent landscapes in the Region of Alentejo. It is the ideal tour for those looking for historical trips and wine tourism in Portugal. Read on to find out why.

Start with The Museum City of Évora

Once in Alentejo, we travel to Évora, a city that is a UNESCO World Heritage site since 1986 and part of the Ancient European Towns Network. Évora is a Museum city with ruins dating back to the time of the Roman Empire. The city benefited during the golden age in the XV century, when it became the residence of the Kings of Portugal.

When in Évora, it is impossible to remain indifferent to the imposing Roman Temple of Évora. This temple was classified as a World Heritage site by UNESCO. It is one of the most important and visible symbols of the Roman presence in the city and dates back to the Ist century.

We continue our visit to the Square of Giraldo, which has beautiful military and social stories about Évora to tell.

The Cathedral of Évora and the Church of São Francisco with a visit to the chapel of the bones will be the next emblematic places to visit. Time for lunch at your own cost and to enjoy a great meal, typically from Alentejo, in one of the typical restaurants in the centre of the city.

Experiment With Pottery and Wine Tourism in Portugal

We continue our visit with a walk through the Aqueduct of Water and Silver and the Monastery of Cartuxa, heading to Reguengos de Monsaraz and letting ourselves be fascinated by the plains of Alentejo.

A Pottery is waiting for us in São Pedro do Corval in order for us to get to know the art of handling the clay. Those who have courage can try to work with their hands.

Wine Tourism in Portugal is becoming ever more popular. Our country is an expert in the production of a wide variety of wines, each with its own personality. Alentejo wine is quite special. Some of the producers from this region still use pottery to make wine, as it was customary in the Roman period.

Thus, we end our tour in one of the most emblematic Cellars of Portugal, with a fantastic wine tasting. We assure you that those looking for wine tourism in Portugal will not be disappointed.

Fascinated with the Alentejo region, we will return to Lisbon with drop-off at the hotel.


  • Pick up at the Hotel and departure from Lisbon for Évora passing through Vasco da Gama bridge

  • Church of São Francisco and Chapel of the Bones

  • Historic Centre of Évora, Square of Giraldo and Church of Santo Antão

  • Cathedral of Évora with option for a visit to the Museum of Sacred Art

  • Diana Temple, Roman Monument of the Ist Century

  • Convent of Lóios and Church of São João Evangelista

  • Lunch in a typical restaurant of food from Alentejo


  • Aqueduct of Water and Silver and Monastery of Cartuxa

  • Ride to Reguengos de Monsaraz admiring the plains of Alentejo

  • Visit to the traditional pottery in São Pedro do Corval

  • Visit to the Cellar in Reguengos and wine tasting

  • Return to Lisbon and drop off at the Hotel



All the prices are presented per person

General Conditions

All the tours and experiences presented require a minimum of 2 participants.

Our tours are made in vehicles Mercedes, and the maximum number of participants is seven.

The departure for all tours is from the City of Lisbon. Any pick-up or drop-off outsider the city of Lisbon will be subject to the payment of an extra fee. The pick-up and drop-off place must be indicated by the client upon reservation of the tour.

In case baby car seat tare necessary for the transport of children, they must be requested upon reservation or up to 48 hours before the tour.

In case one or more passengers suffer from a special condition, this must be communicated upon reservation of the tour.

Van Go Tourism assumes no responsibility from items or personal belongings left in the vehicles or at the places visited during the tour.

Van Go Tourism cannot be liable for delays occurred due to the traffic or weather conditions.

It is not allowed to smoke or drink alcoholic drinks in the vehicles. Stops for that purpose are made at the request of the client, provided that the guide considers it to be possible and that it does question the execution of the tour.

Van Go Tourism is an environment-friendly company, and therefore we ask our clients not to through any object or waste through the window or during the walks.

All the prices include VAT.

In case of non-private tours, more than one language can be used, depending on the nationality of the participants.

Included in the Tours

Guide in the selected language – Portuguese, English, French and Spanish
Pick-up and Drop-off in Lisbon
Transport in air-conditioned vehicle
Personal and accident insurance
Wi-fi and Water aboard
Parking, Fuel and Tolls

Not included in the Tours

Tickets for monuments and museums
Meals and drinks
Personal expenses


All reservations shall be made 48 hours before the Tour, using the form in the website of Van Go Tourism or by sending or confirming the reservation to one of the emails of Van Go Tourism.

The execution of all tours always requires the previous confirmation from Van Go Tourism.


Upon reservation a payment of de 25% of the total value of the tour must be made, as a reservation fee.

The remaining 75% shall be paid until 48h before the Tour. In case of non-payment, the tour will be cancelled and will not take place, and there will be no refund of the mounts already paid.


Any cancellation must necessarily be sent to e-mail expressly indicating the tour to be cancelled.

For any cancellation made until 7 days before the tour, you will be refunded of the totality of the reservation fee.

For any cancellation made between 7 days and 72 hours before the tour, you will be refunded of 50% of the value of the reservation fee.

For any last-minute cancellation made 72 hours before the tour, you will not be refunded of the reservation fee.

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