Évora is a popular tourist town located in south central Portugal, some 130 kilometres from the capital city of Lisbon. The town offers many privately run amenities aimed at ensuring travellers from all over the world are able to enjoy it to the full. It is also well furnished with a full range of public services.
For travel information to and from Evora, see the following services and links:
Transport information: www.transpor.pt
ACP- Automobile club in Portugal: www.acp.pt
Brisa – National Motorway Network Company: www.brisa.pt
CP- Comboios de Portugal (Portuguese Train): www.cp.pt
The Évora Tourist Information Office is located at:
Praça do Giraldo, 73
Tel: +351 266 777 071
The staff speaks English, French and Spanish and the office provides maps, restaurant listings and public phones. The wheelchair-accessible office is open daily from May to October, 9am to 7pm and from November to April, 9am to 6pm.
Self-guided audio tours of the city are €2, returnable before 5.30pm.
We hope that once you arrive in Evora, your time will be taken up exploring the wonderful churches, monasteries and Roman remains. However, in the unlikely event that you require them, we have put together the following useful telephone numbers for Évora’s main public services:
National emergency number: 112
Local Police: Rua Francisco Soares Lusitano
Tel: +351 266 70 20 22
PSP- Policia de Segurança Pública: www.psp.pt
GNR- Guarda Nacional Repúblicana: www.gnr.pt
Hospital do Espírito Santo
Lg. Senhor Jesus da Pobreza
Located near city wall and the intersection with R. Dr. Augusto Eduardo Nunes
Tel: +351 266 74 01 00 or 266 75 84 24
Pharmacy – Farmácia Galeno
Rua da República, 34
+351 266 70 32 77
Open Monday to Friday, 9am-1pm and 3-7pm.
Rua de Olivença
Tel: +351 266 74 54