Old Lisbon 4-Hour Walking Tour

Old Lisbon 4-Hour Walking Tour

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Key Details
4 hours
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English, Portuguese

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What You'll Do
  • Stroll the historic neighborhoods of Lisbon on a walking tour
  • Learn the history of Portugal and Lisbon, from the birth of the nation to the revolution of 1974
  • Enjoy panoramic views of Lisbon from the city's best "miradouros" (viewpoints)
  • Discover the habits and lifestyle of the Portuguese
  • Get great tips from your guide to make the most of you stay in Lisbon
Explore the historic neighborhoods of Lisbon on a small group 4-hour walking tour and learn the history of the city from your guide. Go to the bohemian Bairro Alto and the regenerated Chiado. Get breathtaking views from some of the city's viewpoints.
What to Expect
Learn the history of Portugal and Lisbon in some of the city's most historic neighborhoods on a small group walking tour with guide. Hear about the habits, traditions and lifestyle of the Portuguese and enjoy plenty of opportunities to admire the capital's architecture. There will also be the chance to get some great views from the city's miradouros (viewpoints).

Start in the Bairro Alto, and discover a neighborhood with a long bohemian tradition. Descend into the historic Baixa district, which was completely rebuilt after the massive earthquake of 1755. On the way, admire one of the most amazing church interiors at São Roque and see the ruins of the Carmo Convent, destroyed by the earthquake.

Go to the large plaza of Terreiro do Paço (also known as Praça do Comércio) for some great views of the Tagus River. Learn about key historic events that took place at this symbolical site. Then, explore Lisbon's oldest district in the Alfama neighborhood and see signs of its Arabic roots. Climb through a maze of streets, where the folk tradition of Fado was born. Continue to Lisbon Cathedral to discover a curious mix between a church and a fortress.

End in the Chiado district, which was destroyed by a large fire in 1988. It has now been reborn as one of Lisbon's best places to go out, meet friends for a coffee or do some shopping.
What's Included
  • Guide
  • Walking tour
What's Not Included
  • Personal expenses, such as food and beverages
  • Gratuities
Meeting Point

Meet in front of the Independente Hostel, Rua São Pedro de Alcântara, 81, Lisbon.

What to Remember
• Please wear comfortable footwear

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