Giraldo Square

Giraldo Square in Évora is a square where all streets lead. It is the perfect place to start your tour. Sit on a terrace and rest, forget all the rush and stress. Enjoy a good wine from the Alentejo Region.

This square is an icon paying tribute to Fearless Geraldo Geraldes, the man who conquered Évora from the Moors in 1167. It has a marble fountain in baroque style in its center and its floor is made of Calçada Portuguesa. From here you can easily see the Santo Antão Church.

The old Big Square of Évora was considered a Portuguese National Monument in 1910.  What was once used as an execution ground it is now a meeting place in the heart of Évora. Admire the beautiful facades in neoclassic and romantic styles. A calm and pleasant site that is also one of the main tourist attractions in the city and Alentejo region. Full of charm and historical treasures.

Pay attention to all the details, even to the interesting lamps over the square.

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