During this tour, you’ll learn more about the Jewish history and culture in Portugal, more precisely, in Lisbon. We’ll also show you the best of Lisbon and will customize the tour along the day to meet your needs!
We’ll visit: Alfama district known as the old Jewish Quarter, St. Domingos’ Church and the Shaaré Tikva Synagogue.
Our tours are always private (just you and our guide/driver).
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.
Our local guide will pick you up at your hotel, airport, cruise terminal or other meeting point.
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.
There are no visiting hours on Fridays, Saturdays, Sundays, Jewish Festivals and Bank Holidays. Visits are open from 9 am to 12 am and from 2 pm to 5 pm. To participate in the religious services on Shabbat, it is necessary to make prior contact with us.
The Portuguese capital is, since the 12th Century, the peninsular Sephardic city where, probably, most part of the history is concentrated. As during the time of the Jews, as during the time of New Christians, Lisbon has always been part of the Jewish history.
An old Jewish Quarter
There’s a memorial which records the attack in 1506 which many fanatics promoted against the New Christians, victimizing thousands.
It’s the main synagogue of the Israelite Community of Lisbon. The community has its origins in the nineteenth century, in families from North Africa.
Praça do Comércio is one of the largest squares in Europe and for many centuries the main entrance to the city of Lisbon. To reach the downtown you’ll have to pass under the Triumphal Arch and walk up Augusta street.
Currently the square is used for cultural events, New year’s eve and music concerts.
The heart of the city was rebuilt after the 1755 earthquake.
Famous for its narrow streets, ‘Fado’ houses, bars and nightlife.
Launching point for the Portuguese discoveries, with significant historic monuments in a beautiful open riverside setting.
Here you can see the Belém Tower, the Discoveries Monument and taste the world-famous custard tarts of Belém.
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LS Low Season: Nov 1st to Dec 14th & Jan 11th to Mar 31st
HS High Season: April, June, July, August & Dec 15th to Jan 10th
SS Special Season: May, September & October
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Guarantees indoor temperatures tailored to the needs of each one
Guarantee fresh bottled water and wi-fi on board so you can always be connected
Vehicles with room up to 7 passengers with practical storage solutions
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