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

Fantastic visit. We went up on the roof and the experience of being high up on the gently sloping roof of a cathedral was quite amazing. I felt this was the best thing we did in Evora, although seeing the aqueduct was also brilliant.

Thank belindascotland
Reviewed 2 days ago

Really lovely Cathedral to look around, and cool inside . Also you can go on the roof and see amazing sights.

Thank Mileage-Queen
Reviewed 1 week ago

The Cathedral here is as grand as the one in Silves but largely better decorated. This is not a lengthy stop, but worthwhile to visit.

Thank Geoffrey E
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

There are more interesting churches in Evora, but none more imposing. Pop your head in and have a look; I forget whether or not there is a fee to enter. There is a museum attached and there is a fee for that.

Thank flaneur40
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Se Cathedral was one of my favorite highlights in Evora. The church itself is amazing. The artwork is old and beautiful. The alter is a beautiful sight. The pipe organ is the oldest one Europwe that is still used today.. Walking around the cloisters is...More

Thank lobbmcfarloand
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

OK, we have seen lots of churches over the past 10 days, but the Sé in Evora is not really special, compared to what we saw in Braga, Porto, Coimbra and Lisbon. But the convent/claustro is nice, and you can go up one level from...More

Thank janneman55
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

4.5euros gets you a visit to the main church in evora The price includes a visit to the tower which has some good rooftop views ...not sure what one would do if someone was coming up as one was going down ,a view of the...More

Thank Judy T
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

This was well worth the time to see. You can explore many areas within the church, as well as climb narrow circular stairs to the roof, for stunning views. Awe inspiring architecture. A must see!

Thank LenBH
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

The Cathedral of Évora is one of the oldest and most important local monuments, lying on the highest spot of the city. A World Heritage Site by UNESCO. Well worth the entrance fee of 4 euro to visit all 4 parts of the Cathedral, the...More

Thank Olga_G_USA
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

This immense building stands on one of the highest points of the city. It's Roman Gothic architecture is impressive. There is a quiet cloister and also a museum. There is an entry fee which varies on what you want to see

Thank M V
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