Restauradores Square (in front of Fabrica da Nata)
This time let's go to the South and learn more about history and culture by visiting Évora. It is a very old city, where each stone has a different story to tell about several periods in time, so no wonder it was also ranked as the second most historic city of Portugal!
Évora was considered an UNESCO World Heritage Site since it appears as a well-preserved old town center, still partially enclosed by medieval walls, and a large number of monuments dating from various historical periods, including a Roman Temple.
It is a city near Spain and in the middle of Alentejo (flat area of Portugal with lots of green landscape). So… are you still asking why you should go there?
If you want to have a radical and memorable experience in Portugal what's better than SKYDIVING? This parachute jump is the most popular adventure experience nowadays and if you ever had the dream of "FLY"... well this is the time! Let's do this!