Ramal de Mora

Ramal de Mora

$550 / per person
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Portugal is a beautiful country, full of many destinations to discover and many adventures to live. Évora, the capital of the Alentejo region, is a city-museum, recognized as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO for its many monuments of great historical importance, which had a profound influence on Portuguese architecture in Brazil. We will visit the Temple of Diana, a well-preserved Roman temple, discover Praça do Giraldo and be surprised with the Chapel of bones, whose walls are decorated with human bones.

In addition, we will enjoy a pleasant moment outside the city, riding a bike through the Ecopista del Ramal de Mora and knowing other charming villages in Portugal. Join us on this trip that combines cycling and heritage with unforgettable live experiences.

(*) NOT INCLUDED SERVICES: Flights and taxes. Alcoholic drinks. Tips. Any service not specifically indicated in the section of services included, will be considered as a service NOT included.

4 days & 3 nights
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Tour Plan


Day 1 - Lisbon

Arrival in Lisbon And city tour. W will stop at the modern Park of Nations with its Oceanarium (Oceanographic), which perpetuates a link between Lisbon and the sea; the Baixa Pombalina, the eternal center of the city; Belém, with its Tower where the caravels of the Discoveries and the Jeronimos Monastery are located, monuments that dominate the landscape of Lisbon 500 years ago. Dinner and accommodation in the city of Lisbo.

Day 2 - Évora

Transfer from Lisbon to Évora early in the morning to learn about the heritage of the city of Évora. We begin our visit In Alentejo, the famous Portuguese olive oil is produced and you can see extensive areas covered by cork oaks that make Portugal the world’s leading cork producer. Then we pass to the city of Évora, the Roman Temple, the famous Chapel of Bones, the largest Portuguese Gothic cathedral and also the Palace where Vasco da Gama was ordered to discover the Maritime Road to India. Dinner and accommodation in Évora.

Day 3 - Ramal de Mora Ecopista

Ecopista of the Ramal de Mora. Cycle route through the greenway. We depart in the city of Evora, through the Mora Railway, opened in 1908 and served as an extension of the Linha da vora to the municipality of Mora. We have different interesting stops in Fluviário de Mora, Anta da Lapeira and Solar de Semper Noiva. We finished cycling in Mora where we had dinner and spent the night.

Day 4 - Lisbon

Transfer from Évora to Lisbon airport.

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