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Lisbon: History, Stories and Lifestyle Walking Tour

1. Lisbon: History, Stories and Lifestyle Walking Tour

Discover one of Europe's most captivating and picturesque capitals on a guided walking tour. Built on a series of hills and offering panoramic views from countless spots, explore the city with a local guide who will make sure that you have an interesting and fun experience. Begin the tour in the 5-centuries-old Bairro Alto, where you’ll learn about the evolution of the city. After the earthquake of 1755 this space attracted families from the Baixa and Bairro districts, who began the process of renewal. Pass by the garden of São Pedro de Alcântara and enjoy views of Baixa and the south bank of the Tagus River. Visit the San Roque Church built by the Jesuits. Admire its austere façade, and the gilding, tiles, and paintings inside that make it a wonderful museum of Mannerist and Baroque styles. Head down the hill to the Carmo convent and church, fine examples of the city’s Gothic architecture. This is a site of historical importance as it was here that the Carnation Revolution began in 1974, putting an end to nearly 5 decades of dictatorship. A little further on, arrive at the Santa Justa elevator, an imposing monument built in the Gothic Revival style, that provides one of the best viewpoints in the city. See a number of attractions in Baixa, in the heart of the city. After a short break, take a ride on the tram, going up from the castle to the Portas do Sol. At the Portas do Sol, see the Monastery of São Vicente de Fora, the National Pantheon, and the Alfama district that spans several narrow streets to the River Tagus. Explore Alfama, one of the oldest and most traditional neighborhoods of Lisbon, known for its fado houses, and the popular festivals of saints, particularly St. Anthony. End the tour at Lisbon Cathedral, built in 1150, 3 years after the city was taken back from the Moors. Over time it has been subject to various architectural changes, becoming a mixture of different styles.

Lisbon: History, Culture, & Current Affairs Walking Tour

2. Lisbon: History, Culture, & Current Affairs Walking Tour

Join your guide on a journey through the neighborhoods of Baixa, Chiado, Bairro Alto, and the winding alleys of Alfama. Discover 3 of Lisbon's 8 hills on an insightful walking tour and choose between a group or private option. Learn about Portuguese history and culture as you stroll around. Meet at Rossio Square and begin your walk through the lower town, better known as Baixa. See the famous Elevador de Santa Justa, walk up the first hill to the impressive downtown ruins of the Carmo Monastery, and come across some of the most beautiful tiles in Lisbon. Up next, discover the former poets' quarter of Chiado, then walk through the residential and nightlife district of Bairro Alto. Take a short break to catch your breath before making your way to the romantic Alfama neighborhood. Marvel at one of the most beautiful viewpoints overlooking the Tagus. End your journey at Lisbon's Arco de Rua Augusta in Praça do Comércio, right on the banks of the Tagus. The maximum number of participants for our group experience is 12. Alternatively, you can book a private tour for you and your travel campanions.

Lisbon: Helicopter Ride, Boat Trip, & Old Town Walking Tour

3. Lisbon: Helicopter Ride, Boat Trip, & Old Town Walking Tour

Explore Lisbon on a guided walking tour through areas like Downtown Lisbon and the Alfama District. Ride a yellow tram to Bairro Alto for stunning city views. Take to the skies and experience the city from above on a helicopter ride. Meet your guide in Rossio Square and immerse yourself in Lisbon's history on a guided walking tour. Stroll to Restauradores Square to climb aboard the Elevador da Glória, a famous yellow tram that will take you to Bairro Alto where you can admire city views at the São Pedro de Alcântara viewpoint. Walk to the oldest Jesuit church in the city, Church of St. Roque. See ruins of the Carmo Convent which was destroyed during the earthquake of 1755. Make your way to Downtown Lisbon, the historic and commercial center of the city. Head to the Alfama District and get lost in the architecture and history of the Cathedral of Lisbon. Follow your guide to Praça do Comércio square which opens to the south to the immense estuary of the Tagus River where Kings and Heads of State used to disembark on state visits. Continue the tour aboard a boat along the Tagus River that will take you to Belém, the neighborhood of Lisbon. View the modern architecture of the MAAT Museum and the Padrão dos descobrimentos, a monument dedicated to the most important Portuguese navigators.  See the UNESCO World Heritage-listed Belem Tower, which defended the city from maritime attacks in the 16th century. Board a helicopter for a bird's-eye-view of the city. Soar over sights like the iconic April 25th bridge and the Manueline-style Jerónimos Monastery. Return to city center in an airconditioned van.

Lisbon: 4-Hour Private Guided Tuk-Tuk Tour

4. Lisbon: 4-Hour Private Guided Tuk-Tuk Tour

This is a sightseeing tour that includes everything you must see in Lisbon. It will give you a complete overview of the most important landmarks of the city. In this 4-hour ride, you will be able to experience the old districts, visit monuments full of history and see breathtaking views. Graça, Alfama, Baixa, Bairro Alto, Chiado, and Belem are must-see neighborhoods of the Portuguese capital and can be explored in a relaxed and comfortable way on board of an electric tuk-tuk. And as flavors are also a great way to know a city - enjoy our offer of a traditional liquor at one of the stops. The tuk-tuk is a very versatile way to move around the hills of Lisbon, as it gets access to sites where touristic buses are not allowed, considering the geography of the city. You can also count on the live explanation of your professional storytellers. Be prepared for a fun adventure but also for lots of history and contemporary culture.

Lisbon: Starter Walking Tour to the highlights in German

5. Lisbon: Starter Walking Tour to the highlights in German

Join a walking tour of Lisbon and get to know the city with a local guide. Visit popular sights, learn about Lisbon's history, culture and current events and get insider tips on the best spots in town. Head to the meeting point and set out to explore Lisbon's historic center with your guide. Wander through the neigborhoods Baixa, Chiado and Bica and discover interesting sights like the famous Santa Justa Lift, the Carmo Convent Ruins, the cable car "Elevador da Bica" and more. Marvel at beautiful wall tiles and Art Nouveau architecture, enjoy views of the city from a special viewpoint, and make your way to the modern market hall "Mercado da Ribeira" located near the Tagus River. Leave your tour with a deeper understanding of Portuguese culture and life in Lisbon, and make the most of the rest of your stay in the city, with great tips from your guide on where to eat and what to explore. The maximum number of participants for our group experience is 12. Alternatively, you can book a private tour for you and your travel campanions.

Lisbon: Old Alfama and Baixa Chiado Quarters Walking Tour

6. Lisbon: Old Alfama and Baixa Chiado Quarters Walking Tour

Meet your tour guide and stroll through Lisbon's oldest neighbourhood, Alfama, packed with charming, traditional buildings. The walk offers incredible views over the skyline, stretching as far as the River Tagus. See Alfama's iconic landmarks, from the Augusta Street Arch and Praca do Comercio, to Sao Vicente Monastery and Lisbon Cathedral. As you approach the Baixa and Chiado quarters, you will begin to admire another side of Lisbon's culture and heritage. Lined with neoclassical buildings and bustling with shops and eateries, these beautiful neighbourhoods are also home to popular attractions, including the Bica Elevator, National Theatre and Sao Domingos Church. Throughout the tours, you will enjoy live commentary from your tour guide, detailing the fascinating history and culture of Portugal's beautiful capital. Ask your guide for recommendations, stop for selfie's, and enjoy the perfect introduction to Lisbon with this tour. Use the complimentary mobile-app to access multiple audio-guided walking routes and discover more of Lisbon after your guided tour! Sights along the tour: • Arco Rua Augusta • Praca do Comercio • Lisbon Cathedral • Casa dos Bicos • Alfama Tower • Sao Rafael Square • Church of Santa Engracia • Sao Vicente Monastery • Portas do Sol • Santa Luzia Church • Tram 28 • Sao Vicente Statue • Church of Saint Estevao • Bairro Alto • Bica Elevator • Miradouro de Sao Pedro de Alcantara • Gloria Elevator • Carmo Covent • Lisbon City Hall • Chiado • Rossio Square • National Theatre D. Maria II • Augusta Street App-based audio-guided routes: • Jeronimos Monastery • Belem Tower • Cacilheiro • Pink Street • Dom Luis Garden • Ribeira Market • Basilica de Estrela • Principe Real Garden • Luis de Camoes Square • Assembly of the Republic Palace • Museum of Art, Architecture, and Technology

Lisbon Under Stars at Carmo Convent

7. Lisbon Under Stars at Carmo Convent

Take in the outstanding architecture of the famous ruins of the Carmo Church as you enjoy a visually-pleasing depiction of Lisbon history. Using projections, visual effects, and virtual dancers that move along to traditional music, Lisbon Under Stars will give you a truly unique experience. Allow yourself to be guided through more than 600 years of Lisbon's and Portugal's history, including the Battle of Aljubarrota, the Age of Discovery, and the earthquake of 1755. The walls of Carmo are transformed into a three-dimensional screen to provide an incredible atmosphere. Enjoy this inspiring audiovisual and sensory experience while gazing up at the stars in the night sky. Move freely through the space to see and hear different perspectives of this time travel spectacle.

Lisbon: Boat Trip, Guided Walking Tour, Bike & Yellow Tram

8. Lisbon: Boat Trip, Guided Walking Tour, Bike & Yellow Tram

Explore Lisbon on a guided walking tour through areas like Downtown Lisbon and the Alfama District. Ride a yellow tram to Bairro Alto and peddle with a bike along the Tagus River. Try a traditional pastry and see the Belém tower. Meet your guide in Rossio Square and immerse yourself in Lisbon's history on a guided walking tour. Stroll to Restauradores Square to climb aboard the Elevador da Glória, a famous yellow tram that will take you to Bairro Alto where you can admire city views at the São Pedro de Alcântara viewpoint. Walk to the oldest Jesuit church in the city, Church of St. Roque. See ruins of the Carmo Convent which was destroyed during the earthquake of 1755. Make your way to Downtown Lisbon, the historic and commercial center of the city. Head to the Alfama District and get lost in the architecture and history of the Cathedral of Lisbon. Follow your guide to Praça do Comércio square which opens to the south to the immense estuary of the Tagus River where Kings and Heads of State used to disembark on state visits. Hop aboard a well-maintained bike and begin your ride on flat paths along the Tagus River. See the iconic April 25th bridge and the modern architecture of the MAAT Museum. Upon arriving in Belém, immerse yourself in the 16th-century Manueline-style artwork of the Jerónimos Monastery. Taste a traditional pastel de belém (Portuguese custard tart) at the shop "Pastéis de Belém" which was founded in 1837. Follow your guide to the Padrão dos descobrimentos, a monument dedicated to the most important Portuguese navigators. View the UNESCO World Heritage-listed Belem Tower, which defended the city from maritime attacks in the 16th century. Finish your tour with a dreamy boat ride along the Tagus river. Relax as you take in the city from the water until you reach Praça do Comércio and end your tour.

Lisbon: Christmas Lights Tour by Tuk Tuk

9. Lisbon: Christmas Lights Tour by Tuk Tuk

Explore Lisbon by night on a tuk tuk to see the Christmas lights. Glide along Avenue of Liberdade and stop at Commerce Square’s Christmas tree. See Lisbon city as it lights up the night, while Christmas tunes blast from your tuk tuk. Begin your unique sightseeing tour of Lisbon at night on the main Avenue of Liberdade. Head down to Rossio and pass Rua Aurea to get to Commerce Square. Stop here for photos with the Christmas tree and stretch your legs. Continue along the streets of the downtown area, to arrive at Chiado to see the iconic lights of Rua Garrett. After a stop here, continue to Camoes Square before returning to the area where you started the tour. During your Christmas tuk tuk tour your driver/guide will point out the main attractions throughout Lisbon and share stories about the city. Get in the festive spirit and sing along as Christmas tunes play in the background of your ride.

Lisbon: Tram 28 Private Tour by Tukxi

10. Lisbon: Tram 28 Private Tour by Tukxi

Explore Lisbon by following the path of the 28 Tram from monument to monument with your own private tour guide. Follow its route in a Tukxi, so that you can stop and explore or take pictures wherever you like. This is the perfect way to see the sights of the city without the crowds and in an eco-friendly way.   The 28 takes a journey through time, winding its way through narrow streets and passing some of the city’s most famous historical neighborhoods, including Alfama, Graça, Chiado, and all the way over to Estrela. Along the way, you’ll stop at 2 of the highest viewing points in the city, Nossa Senhora do Monte and São Pedro de Alcântara, to take in breathtaking views of the old Lisbon.

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Our most recommended Carmo Convent Activities

Lisbon: History, Stories and Lifestyle Walking Tour

Lisbon: History, Stories and Lifestyle Walking Tour

Discover one of Europe's most captivating and picturesque capitals on a guided walking tour. Built on a series of hills and offering panoramic views from countless spots, explore the city with a local guide who will make sure that you have an interesting and fun experience. Begin the tour in the 5-centuries-old Bairro Alto, where you’ll learn about the evolution of the city. After the earthquake of 1755 this space attracted families from the Baixa and Bairro districts, who began the process of renewal. Pass by the garden of São Pedro de Alcântara and enjoy views of Baixa and the south bank of the Tagus River. Visit the San Roque Church built by the Jesuits. Admire its austere façade, and the gilding, tiles, and paintings inside that make it a wonderful museum of Mannerist and Baroque styles. Head down the hill to the Carmo convent and church, fine examples of the city’s Gothic architecture. This is a site of historical importance as it was here that the Carnation Revolution began in 1974, putting an end to nearly 5 decades of dictatorship. A little further on, arrive at the Santa Justa elevator, an imposing monument built in the Gothic Revival style, that provides one of the best viewpoints in the city. See a number of attractions in Baixa, in the heart of the city. After a short break, take a ride on the tram, going up from the castle to the Portas do Sol. At the Portas do Sol, see the Monastery of São Vicente de Fora, the National Pantheon, and the Alfama district that spans several narrow streets to the River Tagus. Explore Alfama, one of the oldest and most traditional neighborhoods of Lisbon, known for its fado houses, and the popular festivals of saints, particularly St. Anthony. End the tour at Lisbon Cathedral, built in 1150, 3 years after the city was taken back from the Moors. Over time it has been subject to various architectural changes, becoming a mixture of different styles.

Lisbon: History, Culture, & Current Affairs Walking Tour

Lisbon: History, Culture, & Current Affairs Walking Tour

Join your guide on a journey through the neighborhoods of Baixa, Chiado, Bairro Alto, and the winding alleys of Alfama. Discover 3 of Lisbon's 8 hills on an insightful walking tour and choose between a group or private option. Learn about Portuguese history and culture as you stroll around. Meet at Rossio Square and begin your walk through the lower town, better known as Baixa. See the famous Elevador de Santa Justa, walk up the first hill to the impressive downtown ruins of the Carmo Monastery, and come across some of the most beautiful tiles in Lisbon. Up next, discover the former poets' quarter of Chiado, then walk through the residential and nightlife district of Bairro Alto. Take a short break to catch your breath before making your way to the romantic Alfama neighborhood. Marvel at one of the most beautiful viewpoints overlooking the Tagus. End your journey at Lisbon's Arco de Rua Augusta in Praça do Comércio, right on the banks of the Tagus. The maximum number of participants for our group experience is 12. Alternatively, you can book a private tour for you and your travel campanions.

Lisbon: Helicopter Ride, Boat Trip, & Old Town Walking Tour

Lisbon: Helicopter Ride, Boat Trip, & Old Town Walking Tour

Explore Lisbon on a guided walking tour through areas like Downtown Lisbon and the Alfama District. Ride a yellow tram to Bairro Alto for stunning city views. Take to the skies and experience the city from above on a helicopter ride. Meet your guide in Rossio Square and immerse yourself in Lisbon's history on a guided walking tour. Stroll to Restauradores Square to climb aboard the Elevador da Glória, a famous yellow tram that will take you to Bairro Alto where you can admire city views at the São Pedro de Alcântara viewpoint. Walk to the oldest Jesuit church in the city, Church of St. Roque. See ruins of the Carmo Convent which was destroyed during the earthquake of 1755. Make your way to Downtown Lisbon, the historic and commercial center of the city. Head to the Alfama District and get lost in the architecture and history of the Cathedral of Lisbon. Follow your guide to Praça do Comércio square which opens to the south to the immense estuary of the Tagus River where Kings and Heads of State used to disembark on state visits. Continue the tour aboard a boat along the Tagus River that will take you to Belém, the neighborhood of Lisbon. View the modern architecture of the MAAT Museum and the Padrão dos descobrimentos, a monument dedicated to the most important Portuguese navigators.  See the UNESCO World Heritage-listed Belem Tower, which defended the city from maritime attacks in the 16th century. Board a helicopter for a bird's-eye-view of the city. Soar over sights like the iconic April 25th bridge and the Manueline-style Jerónimos Monastery. Return to city center in an airconditioned van.

Lisbon: 4-Hour Private Guided Tuk-Tuk Tour

Lisbon: 4-Hour Private Guided Tuk-Tuk Tour

This is a sightseeing tour that includes everything you must see in Lisbon. It will give you a complete overview of the most important landmarks of the city. In this 4-hour ride, you will be able to experience the old districts, visit monuments full of history and see breathtaking views. Graça, Alfama, Baixa, Bairro Alto, Chiado, and Belem are must-see neighborhoods of the Portuguese capital and can be explored in a relaxed and comfortable way on board of an electric tuk-tuk. And as flavors are also a great way to know a city - enjoy our offer of a traditional liquor at one of the stops. The tuk-tuk is a very versatile way to move around the hills of Lisbon, as it gets access to sites where touristic buses are not allowed, considering the geography of the city. You can also count on the live explanation of your professional storytellers. Be prepared for a fun adventure but also for lots of history and contemporary culture.

Lisbon: Starter Walking Tour to the highlights in German

Lisbon: Starter Walking Tour to the highlights in German

Join a walking tour of Lisbon and get to know the city with a local guide. Visit popular sights, learn about Lisbon's history, culture and current events and get insider tips on the best spots in town. Head to the meeting point and set out to explore Lisbon's historic center with your guide. Wander through the neigborhoods Baixa, Chiado and Bica and discover interesting sights like the famous Santa Justa Lift, the Carmo Convent Ruins, the cable car "Elevador da Bica" and more. Marvel at beautiful wall tiles and Art Nouveau architecture, enjoy views of the city from a special viewpoint, and make your way to the modern market hall "Mercado da Ribeira" located near the Tagus River. Leave your tour with a deeper understanding of Portuguese culture and life in Lisbon, and make the most of the rest of your stay in the city, with great tips from your guide on where to eat and what to explore. The maximum number of participants for our group experience is 12. Alternatively, you can book a private tour for you and your travel campanions.

Lisbon: Old Alfama and Baixa Chiado Quarters Walking Tour

Lisbon: Old Alfama and Baixa Chiado Quarters Walking Tour

Meet your tour guide and stroll through Lisbon's oldest neighbourhood, Alfama, packed with charming, traditional buildings. The walk offers incredible views over the skyline, stretching as far as the River Tagus. See Alfama's iconic landmarks, from the Augusta Street Arch and Praca do Comercio, to Sao Vicente Monastery and Lisbon Cathedral. As you approach the Baixa and Chiado quarters, you will begin to admire another side of Lisbon's culture and heritage. Lined with neoclassical buildings and bustling with shops and eateries, these beautiful neighbourhoods are also home to popular attractions, including the Bica Elevator, National Theatre and Sao Domingos Church. Throughout the tours, you will enjoy live commentary from your tour guide, detailing the fascinating history and culture of Portugal's beautiful capital. Ask your guide for recommendations, stop for selfie's, and enjoy the perfect introduction to Lisbon with this tour. Use the complimentary mobile-app to access multiple audio-guided walking routes and discover more of Lisbon after your guided tour! Sights along the tour: • Arco Rua Augusta • Praca do Comercio • Lisbon Cathedral • Casa dos Bicos • Alfama Tower • Sao Rafael Square • Church of Santa Engracia • Sao Vicente Monastery • Portas do Sol • Santa Luzia Church • Tram 28 • Sao Vicente Statue • Church of Saint Estevao • Bairro Alto • Bica Elevator • Miradouro de Sao Pedro de Alcantara • Gloria Elevator • Carmo Covent • Lisbon City Hall • Chiado • Rossio Square • National Theatre D. Maria II • Augusta Street App-based audio-guided routes: • Jeronimos Monastery • Belem Tower • Cacilheiro • Pink Street • Dom Luis Garden • Ribeira Market • Basilica de Estrela • Principe Real Garden • Luis de Camoes Square • Assembly of the Republic Palace • Museum of Art, Architecture, and Technology

Lisbon Under Stars at Carmo Convent

Lisbon Under Stars at Carmo Convent

Take in the outstanding architecture of the famous ruins of the Carmo Church as you enjoy a visually-pleasing depiction of Lisbon history. Using projections, visual effects, and virtual dancers that move along to traditional music, Lisbon Under Stars will give you a truly unique experience. Allow yourself to be guided through more than 600 years of Lisbon's and Portugal's history, including the Battle of Aljubarrota, the Age of Discovery, and the earthquake of 1755. The walls of Carmo are transformed into a three-dimensional screen to provide an incredible atmosphere. Enjoy this inspiring audiovisual and sensory experience while gazing up at the stars in the night sky. Move freely through the space to see and hear different perspectives of this time travel spectacle.

Lisbon: Boat Trip, Guided Walking Tour, Bike & Yellow Tram

Lisbon: Boat Trip, Guided Walking Tour, Bike & Yellow Tram

Explore Lisbon on a guided walking tour through areas like Downtown Lisbon and the Alfama District. Ride a yellow tram to Bairro Alto and peddle with a bike along the Tagus River. Try a traditional pastry and see the Belém tower. Meet your guide in Rossio Square and immerse yourself in Lisbon's history on a guided walking tour. Stroll to Restauradores Square to climb aboard the Elevador da Glória, a famous yellow tram that will take you to Bairro Alto where you can admire city views at the São Pedro de Alcântara viewpoint. Walk to the oldest Jesuit church in the city, Church of St. Roque. See ruins of the Carmo Convent which was destroyed during the earthquake of 1755. Make your way to Downtown Lisbon, the historic and commercial center of the city. Head to the Alfama District and get lost in the architecture and history of the Cathedral of Lisbon. Follow your guide to Praça do Comércio square which opens to the south to the immense estuary of the Tagus River where Kings and Heads of State used to disembark on state visits. Hop aboard a well-maintained bike and begin your ride on flat paths along the Tagus River. See the iconic April 25th bridge and the modern architecture of the MAAT Museum. Upon arriving in Belém, immerse yourself in the 16th-century Manueline-style artwork of the Jerónimos Monastery. Taste a traditional pastel de belém (Portuguese custard tart) at the shop "Pastéis de Belém" which was founded in 1837. Follow your guide to the Padrão dos descobrimentos, a monument dedicated to the most important Portuguese navigators. View the UNESCO World Heritage-listed Belem Tower, which defended the city from maritime attacks in the 16th century. Finish your tour with a dreamy boat ride along the Tagus river. Relax as you take in the city from the water until you reach Praça do Comércio and end your tour.

Lisbon: Christmas Lights Tour by Tuk Tuk

Lisbon: Christmas Lights Tour by Tuk Tuk

Explore Lisbon by night on a tuk tuk to see the Christmas lights. Glide along Avenue of Liberdade and stop at Commerce Square’s Christmas tree. See Lisbon city as it lights up the night, while Christmas tunes blast from your tuk tuk. Begin your unique sightseeing tour of Lisbon at night on the main Avenue of Liberdade. Head down to Rossio and pass Rua Aurea to get to Commerce Square. Stop here for photos with the Christmas tree and stretch your legs. Continue along the streets of the downtown area, to arrive at Chiado to see the iconic lights of Rua Garrett. After a stop here, continue to Camoes Square before returning to the area where you started the tour. During your Christmas tuk tuk tour your driver/guide will point out the main attractions throughout Lisbon and share stories about the city. Get in the festive spirit and sing along as Christmas tunes play in the background of your ride.

Lisbon: Tram 28 Private Tour by Tukxi

Lisbon: Tram 28 Private Tour by Tukxi

Explore Lisbon by following the path of the 28 Tram from monument to monument with your own private tour guide. Follow its route in a Tukxi, so that you can stop and explore or take pictures wherever you like. This is the perfect way to see the sights of the city without the crowds and in an eco-friendly way.   The 28 takes a journey through time, winding its way through narrow streets and passing some of the city’s most famous historical neighborhoods, including Alfama, Graça, Chiado, and all the way over to Estrela. Along the way, you’ll stop at 2 of the highest viewing points in the city, Nossa Senhora do Monte and São Pedro de Alcântara, to take in breathtaking views of the old Lisbon.

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