Take a journey through Lisbon by tram and see many of its top attractions. Ride up and down the city’s 7 hills in a classical tram car, a trademark of the city, and later enjoy a live Fado folk show at a theater in Lisbon’s upscale Chiado quarter.
What to Expect
The 7 Hills Tram Tour with Fado Show is a Lisbon combination that provides the opportunity to take in the city’s top sites and views as well as to experience an important part of its culture.
Your ticket on the hop-on hop-off tram tour is valid for 24 hours. You can get off and get back on again as many times as you like along the route, exploring areas of interest to you. On-board audio commentary is available in Portuguese, English, French, German, Spanish, Italian, Dutch, Japanese, Swedish, Russian, Chinese and Portuguese (Brazil).
In the evening you’ll enjoy a live Fado show that takes place at the Cine Theatro Gymnásio, on Rua da Misericórdia in the Chiado district. Performances are held at 19:00, from Monday through Saturday.
Don't miss the chance of combining a ride on a historical tram through the narrow streets of Lisbon's traditional quarters (Alfama, Castelo, Bairro Alto) with the experience of listening to the unique musical style of Fado that reflects the very essence of the Portuguese soul.
- Hop-on, hop-off tram tour (24-hour pass)
- Audio guide in 12 languages: Portuguese, English, French, Spanish, German, Italian, Dutch, Swedish, Russian, Japanese, Chinese, Portuguese (Brazil)
- Admission to the Fado show at Cine Theatro Gymnásio in Chiado
- Yellow Bus Discount Book - discounts on restaurants, bars, shops and other attractions
What's Not Included
- Meals or drinks
- Any other admission fees
Know Before You Go
Your ticket is valid for 24 hours on the tram tour, which operates daily. It is also valid for admission to 1 Fado show (Monday-Saturday).
For the live Fado show it is recommended that you arrive at the Cine Theatro Gymnásio 15 minutes before the starting time (19:00).
Audio commentary on the tram tour is available in 12 languages: Portuguese, English, French, German, Spanish, Italian, Dutch, Swedish, Russian, Chinese, Japanese and Portuguese (Brazil).