Lisbon: Live Fado & Alfama Tour with Traditional Dinner
- Small group
- Skip the line through a separate entrance
- Duration: 4 hours
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We did this on our first day, it was perfect and I don’t see any other way of obtaining the most beneficial information on history and guidance for the rest of the trip. Peter our tour guide was absolutely fabulous I cannot quite comprehend how he knew so much delicate and intricate pieces of information that most don’t learn about in schools. This fascinated me and seriously helped build an image in my head creating an immersive experience. Needless to say the segways were absolutely fantastic! Great coaches Peter and his intern, we were pros by the end of it! To top it off we tried all the local traditional snacks and drinks that we hoped to! Thank you so much!!!
Patrick was a great guide. Very professional and informative. We enjoyed his company. The tour venue was easy to find. The initial induction was easy but we had done segway tours before. We covered an amazing amount of ground in the time and saw everything we wanted to see all around the old district. Lots of photo stops. The only way to really see Alfama district because it's so incredibly hilly and it was made effortless on the segway
Joao was a super great guide overall - personality, knowledge and expertise. Not only he gave us a lesson on street art and showed us the works around the city with a nice walking tour. But also gave us nice insights and small bits about the history of the city as well as recommendations on where to eat. Excellent overall experience recommend if you would like to do some walking around the city, explore the arty side of inner Lisbon
The tour gave us a good impression of the street art not only in the city centre but also in the suburbs. That's actually the main reason why i would recommend this tour. The (at least concering tourists) not crowded neighbourhoods of Lisbon connected with the habitants we've met gave us a better understanding of the differnt art works.
By far the best thing I did in the 5 days I was in Lisbon, this was an amazing experience and unique way to experience both past and current social and economic issues street artists tackle in their work. Guaranteed you’ll learn about a side of the city’s culture you won’t see elsewhere.