Lisbon: 2.5-Hour Hills Tour by Electric Bike
- Duration: 2.5 hours
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This tour was fantastic! We had a really nice time with Maia and Philippe and they were the perfect host. Friendly and fun. Maia was super knowledgable and fun to be with and she made some extra detours of things she thought we would like. A really relaxing and easy way to get to know the city and highlight the things we wanted to go back and see more of! Maia booked a table for us in a very authentic Lisbon seafood restaurant full of locals and we loved it. A real authentic Lisbon Experience all round. At the end of the tour, we took the public scooters back in to town which was also a nice way to get around and soak up the sun. 10/10, throughly recommend this tour, well done guys and thanks for a lovely morning. The pastry will forever be in our hearts
We met our guide Deigo who offered us various options of where we could go. We decided to take a trip out to Belem, which was a great choice. Cycling at a very leisurely pace Deigo passed on his local knowledge with plenty of stops, including sampling the delicious Pastel de nata and some Ginja. Tour was scheduled for 3 hours but we over ran but we had no complaints. I would recommend this tour as an excellent way to learn about the city of Lisbon, if you don't cycle regularly, the e-bike makes it so easy.
Me and friend loved every minute of the tour. Our guide was brilliant, we had never ridden electric bikes prior to the tour but he explained very well how to use them. We also enjoyed learning lots of history and found it very informative and our guide kept it interesting
Ebike ride was a really fun way to see Lisbon, especially good for getting around quickly and traversing the many hills. Simon was a good tour guide telling us all the relevant history and showing us the many highlights. Would recommend the tour!
What a fantastic way to experience Lisbon and in particular the area around Belem. We learnt about the history, about the food and the people of Lisbon through the centuries. Can’t recommend it more highly!