Discover medieval Lisbon on this informative 4-hour walking tour. Enjoy the view from the Castelo de São Jorge and see old churches, narrow streets, small squares, and the oldest house in the city. Explore the district of Alfama and visit the cathedral.
What to Expect
Discover medieval Lisbon on this guided walking tour with a visit to the beautiful cathedral. You will either be picked up at your hotel or met by your tour guide at Rossio Square. Together you will climb up the hill São Jorge and leave the modern part of the city behind you.
See old churches, narrow streets, small squares, and probably the oldest house in the city, known as Beco da Achada. Enjoy the view from Castelo de São Jorge and the viewpoint of Santa Luzia.
Explore Alfama, the oldest district of the city, as well as the Medina, a labyrinth of stairs, alleyways, and side streets. Discover the cathedral, which was built in 1147 and is the oldest church in Lisbon. Stroll down to the River Tagus, where you will have enough time to take photos of Casa dos Bicos.
- City tour
- Tour guide
- Visit to the cathedral
What's Not Included
- Admission to Castelo de São Jorge (EUR 7.50 per person)