Take a 3-hour guided tour of Lisbon’s monumental icons, such as Rossio Square and Lisbon Cathedral. Then get a closer look at the city's day-to-day life in the elegant Chiado and Moorish Alfama neighborhoods.
What to Expect
Explore Lisbon on this 3-hour walking tour, getting in-depth knowledge about the Portuguese capital from an experienced local guide. Start the tour in Rossio Square, the heart of both new and old Lisbon, keeping an eye out for the intricate neo-Manueline architecture at Rossio Central Station.
In the middle of Restauradores Square, you will see the obelisk that commemorates the restoration of Portugal’s independence from Spain. At Carmo Square, learn about the Carnation Revolution of 1974 that ended 48 years of dictatorship.
In addition to the city's greatest monuments, you will also get an intimate introduction to some of Lisbon's best neighborhoods. Visit the elegant Chiado district and see old cafés, boutiques, theatres, and quaint bookstores.
Try a typical Portuguese pastry (the famous Pastel de Nata) and then enjoy a short trip on one of Lisbon’s vintage trams.
Continue to the Moorish Alfama neighborhood and get an up-close encounter with the art of Fado, Lisbon’s unique musical genre.
Stop for wine and a tasting at a wine bar and restaurant located in a medieval palace (not included in the Spanish Option).
A highlight of the excursion is a visit to Lisbon’s cathedral, built in 1147, and the city’s oldest church. Another highlight will be a short trip on one of the city’s vintage trams. End this fascinating tour of Lisbon’s best neighborhoods at Praça do Comércio, and see the former entrance hall of the city.
- A short trip on one of Lisbon’s vintage trams
- Pastel de Nata (custard tart)
- One tapa & Wine Tasting (not included in the Spanish Option)
What's Not Included
- Entrance fees and guiding at attractions and sites