Templo Romano de Diana, Évora

Contemplate the Roman Temple of Diana, one of the best preserved Roman monuments in Portugal.

Roman Temple of Diana in Évora
Roman Temple of Diana
© Celestino Manuel

Built in the 1st century ad, the Temple of Diana is considered a great symbol of Évora. It is one of the best preserved Roman monuments both in Portugal and the Iberian Peninsula. According to 17th century  beliefs it is dedicated to imperial worship.

Made up of 14 Corinthian columns in Estremoz marble, its arguably good state of conservation is related to all the time it was covered when, during the Middle Ages, they made a fortress of it.  But also because, until the 19th century, when they refurbished it, it wasn’t open-aired.

More information:


Largo do conde de Vila Flor, Évora.

Ticket Price:

Free admission.

Hotels near this place:

Interactive Map:

Transfer & Taxi Deals

Check out our transfer deals to travel in Portugal.



Book now your Hotel or Apartment:

Flight Offers:

Compare flight offers and book in advance to save some money.

Car Rental

Find the largest offer in car rental for your holidays:

Copyright PortugalTravel.org © - All rights reserved.