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Discovering Lisbon in 4 hours

The Discovering Lisbon tour will allow you to visit the most emblematic monuments and viewpoints with the best views over the city of Lisbon. Get to know the culture and customs of its inhabitants, as you stroll through the oldest districts of the city.

Sightseeing tours Sightseeing private tour
Duration 4 hours
Start and finish Starting and finishing in Lisbon
Number of people 2 or more people

Regional features

  • Rich historical and cultural heritage
  • Mild climate
  • Characteristic sunlight
  • Warm & friendly people
  • Affordable Cost of Living
  • Excellent food that can be enjoyed throughout the city

About this tour

Private

Our tours are always private (just you and our guide/driver).

Tailor-made

The tour highlights recommend some places to visit, however, there are others that may interest you, so we list some of them on ‘optional visits and experiences’. Our main goal is to provide you an unforgettable day therefore we have the flexibility to customize the itinerary according your preferences and tour length.

Pick you up and Drop off on the agreed spot

Our local guide will pick you up at your hotel, airport, cruise terminal or other meeting point.

Our Premium Tours guarantee

Our guide/driver will drive you during your tour, sharing stories and curiosities about the places you’ll visit as well as its historic context. Since our guide is also the driver, and in order to provide you great tour, it’s possible that the guide won’t always join you on your visits to the inside of the monuments. Find out why.

Tour highlights

Traditional trade area

The main area of interest is Praça do Comércio, one of the largest squares in Europe and, for many centuries, the main entrance of the city of Lisbon. With a marvelous view of the Tagus River, Praça do Comércio extends to the unmissable Cais das Colunas. This square is full of terraces and restaurants where you can enjoy the landscape and the Lisbon’s pace. To get to the city center, you must go through the Arc de Triomphe and walk along Augusta street.

Baixa

The Baixa neighborhood is the ‘heart’ of Lisbon. Baixa had to be reconstructed after the massive earthquake of 1755 with neoclassical-style buildings and innovative anti-seismic structures. Its streets are covered in Portuguese pavement, a traditional-style pavement made with small flat pieces of stones arranged in a pattern or image, like a mosaic.

Santa Justa Elevator

It was inaugurated in 1902 and designed by the engineer Raoul Mesnier de Ponsard in cast iron and enriched with filigree works. In 2002, it was classified as a National Monument.

Bairro Alto

One of the most picturesque districts of Lisbon where the coexistence of older and younger originated a peculiar atmosphere. This is reflected in the local trade: here you will find small shops, designers’ ateliers and tattoos and piercings parlors. Bairro Alto is also famous for its many restaurants, “tascas”, bars and nightlife. Have fun on the night of Lisbon!

Chiado

Chiado was remodelled as a project of the Portuguese architect Álvaro Siza Vieira, after a great fire in 1988. It became the most visited place for many intellectuals and artists of the new generation. Chiado has an eclectic mix between contemporary and traditional shops, but also a strong historical and cultural component.

Alfama

The most traditional and oldest neighborhood of Lisbon composed by a maze of narrow streets, tourtous alleys and steep flights of stairs. It’s the birthplace of ‘Fado’, traditional song of Lisbon classified as World Cultural Heritage by UNESCO. Alfama is known internationally for its Fado Houses and the Popular Saints’ Festival held in Lisbon throughout June.

Optional experiences and visits

St. George’s Castle

Located on the highest hill of Lisbon and with a marvelous view over the city, it’s one of the most emblematic monuments of Lisbon and home of the Portuguese royalty for centuries. This military fort was built by the Moors in the 11th century and was conquered by the first king of Portugal Dom Afonso Henriques on October 25th of 1147.

‘São Vicente de Fora’ Monastery

This Monastery has one of the most impressive Mannerist churches of Lisbon. By visiting you will be able to see one of the biggest collections of tiles in the world. It is also possible to visit two Mausoleums: one belonging to the Royal House of Braganza and the other to the Patriarchs of Lisbon. Not to be missed is the Patriarchate’s Museum, where you can find its History and beautiful religious art works. Climbing up to the terrace you’ll enjoy one of the best viewpoints of the City and the Tagus river.

Ajuda National Palace

It was one of the official residences of the Portuguese Royal Family. Its museum has an incredible collection of decorative arts, from the fifteenth to the twentieth century such as: jewelry, painting, sculpture, furniture, textiles, goldsmithing, among others.

Belém

Launching point for the Portuguese discoveries, with significant historic monuments in a beautiful open riverside setting. Here you can visit the Belem Tower, the Discoveries Monument, visit the church of the Jerónimos Monastery and taste the world-famous custard tarts of Belém.

Calouste Gulbenkian Museum

One of the most famous museums in Portugal. The Museum was inaugurated in 1969 and features 6500 pieces by artists such as Rembrandt, Renoir, Rubens, Monet and Degas.

National Museum of Ancient Art

It has more than 40,000 important Portuguese and international works of art, which are expressed through painting, sculpture, jewelry, furniture, ceramics, and more.

National Coach Museum

The new Coach Museum brings together a unique collection of gala cars and strollers from the 16th to 19th centuries, mostly from the Royal Portuguese House.

National Tile Museum

Located in a former convent and founded in 1980, the museum gathers some of the most significant examples of national tiles from the 15th century to the present day.

Lisbon Oceanarium

The largest in Europe, with species from every corner of the world. The Oceanarium gathers 8 thousand animals of about 500 different species.

Nations Park

Site of ‘Expo-98′ and today a recreation area alongside the Tagus River, where you can have a nice walk, ride a bicycle, do some shopping, go to Lisbon’s Casino or watch a concert.

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2 people:195€205€215€
3 people:205€216€226€
4 people:224€236€247€
5 people:235€247€259€
6 people:245€258€270€
7 people:255€268€281€
8 people:259€272€285€
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