It was one of these untypical Easter* and probably the first time I spent this holiday far away from my family home. All because of my dear friend Jorge, thanks to who I could visit this remarkable, enclosed by medieval walls, town Évora. Otherwise, I wouldn’t probably get there during my current stay in Portugal. Especially that when I’m not working, I’m studying, and when I’m not studying, I am working.

Most of our time we spent here by strolling around cosy streets of Évora what resulted in a collection of shots which some of them are presented below.

* The Portuguese Easter don’t follow the Polish pattern. Let’s take the celebrating aspect for instance. The Portuguese don’t bless food on Saturday and don’t eat breakfast together in the early Sunday morning as well as they don’t decorate their houses in Easter theme, and, most importantly, the Easter Bunny is not bringing gifts for children.