Évora Historical Centre-Madalena's House

From $88 / night

Description from the owner

  • House
  • 2 bedrooms
  • 1 bathrooms
  • Sleeps 4

Bedrooms: 2

Bathrooms: 1

Sleeps: 4

Type: House

Évora Historical Centre-Madalena's House

Madalena's House is a traditional, cozy and well preserved house, located in the city center of Évora. It's full featured and has two bedrooms, a living room, kitchen and bathroom. On the top there's a terrace with an awning.

The house has air conditioning and free internet wifi.

Walking around is the best way to visit the city, feeling the history next door.

Madalena's House is intended to be your home away if you visit Évora or stay a few days visiting the portuguese region of alentejo.

You can cook your own meals, providing everything you need in the neighborhood or you can taste the famous alentejo's gastronomy in typical restaurants

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About the owner

Cristina Alves

  • Response rate 90%
  • Response time A few hours
  • Calendar updated 2 months ago
  • Overall rating
    4.5 / 5.0 based on 12 reviews


Évora Historical Centre-Madalena's House
Évora, Centro Region, Portugal

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Additional Location Information

Évora is located in the Alentejo province. The city is surrounded by an extensive wall that separates the historical centre from the rest of the city that grows outside the walls.
Évora has an important legacy of monuments that keep alive its origins and history. Churches, palaces, convents, monasteries, schools, fountains, aqueducts, parks, and labyrinthine medieval streets make the incredible historical portfolio of the city.
In 1986, the historical centre of Évora was classified as a World Heritage Site by United Nations (UNESCO). This classification has strengthened the national interest and efforts for the conservation of Évora's historical heritage and has improved the standards for urban planning and building restoration in the city.
Évora retains the appearance of a medieval metropolis, not only by the walls and monuments, but also the labyrinthine tangle of narrow streets and alleys, paved in granite and lined with low, white houses painted with ochre bands.

Évora can be accessed by car, train or bus. As it is a walled city, access to the centre is done through existing historic wall doors, namely the Porta do Raimundo, Porta da Lagoa, Porta de Moura, Porta de Alconchel. For each location within the walls there is a more convenient entrance, not only in terms of distance but mostly because of the direction of the traffic.

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City vacations, Warm winter getaways

Getting There

Car is not necessary



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