Marvel at the amazing landscapes of the Arrábida Natural Park and sample some of Portugal's delicious wine on this full-day trip from Lisbon. Visit…
Discover some of the top natural and heritage sites of Portugal by bicycle, from dense forests to astonishing sea views, plus a historical village…
Visit 2 Portuguese royal residences on a full-day tour from Lisbon. Head to Queluz and visit its Rococo palace, then visit UNESCO World…
Discover the rugged beauty of the Estoril Coast and the whimsical architecture of Sintra on an 8-hour tour, including entry to Pena Palace and…
Attractions in Lisbon
- 1Rossio Square
- 2Tagus River
- 4Cais do Sodré
- 5Santa Justa Lift
- 6Belem Tower
- 7Rua Augusta Arch
- 8Bairro Alto
- 9Lisbon Oceanarium
- 10Jeronimos Monastery
- 11Castle of Sao Jorge
- 12Lisbon Oriente Station
- 13Carmo Convent
- 14Museu do Oriente
- 15Lisbon Zoo
- 16National Azulejo Museum
- 17Padrão dos Descobrimentos
- 18Estádio da Luz
- 19Museu Benfica - Cosme Damiao
- 20Ajuda National Palace
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What People Are Saying About Lisbon
Loved the small family run winery. Lunch in Sesimbra was lovely. It was end of September and I was able to take a swim over the lunch break! Beautiful views. Highly recommend!
The best day trip/tour that I have ever taken - unbelievable value and worth every penny! We had such a great time.
We had a Private tour with Augusto, he had a great knowledge about Lissabon and Portugal and was very willing to show us also the true live of the Portuguese people, outsider the touristic areas. He did a great Job!
Very entuthiastic guide who knew a lot of facts about the places we visited. We were only two in the party due to the season and was very well taken care of. Thank you for the tour. Here is a blogg about the trip http://www.ufo.se/blogg/21255
Good sightseeing tour with an enthusiastic and knowledgeable tour guide. Great for experiencing the Lisbon area/surroundings in a day. On the wine side it was more set up as a sales trip than an educational trip. Not showing or explaining the particulars of the wines in any detail apart from the presentation and tasting in the sales rooms. Niece enough but I would have liked something a bit deeper into the production methods etc even if I realize this would have been eating into the sightseeing bit of the trip so I guess it is a balance one must make to keep everybody happy.