The Lisbon Historic tour is a four-hour private walking tour where you will have the opportunity to enjoy one of the oldest cities in Europe and its fascinating history. The Phoenicians followed by the Romans and the Arab communities shaped the city and influenced the lifestyle of its inhabitants up until today.
You will walk through the oldest neighborhoods of the city visiting hidden churches and other interesting sites connected to the city’s history.
Our tours are always private (just you and our guide).
The tour highlights are just suggestions of places to visit. The tour itinerary will be designed according to your preferences and the tour length.
We ensure you that during this tailor-made tour you will get to know stories and curiosities about the places visited as well as their historical context.
Comfortable shoes and clothes.
Comércio square is one of the largest squares in Europe and, for many centuries, the main entrance to city of Lisbon. With a marvelous view of the Tagus River, Praça do Comércio extends to the unmissable Cais das Colunas. This square has many 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.
The Baixa neighborhood is the ‘heart’ of Lisbon. Baixa had to be rebuilt with neoclassical-style buildings and innovative anti-seismic structures after the massive earthquake of 1755. Its streets are covered in a Portuguese style pavement made with small flat pieces of stones arranged in a pattern or image like a mosaic.
Located on the highest hill of Lisbon and with a marvelous view over the city, saint George’s Castle is 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.
The 13th century old Saint Dominic’s church was the first Dominican church of Lisbon. For centuries it was the most important church in Lisbon where beautiful royal weddings and christenings were held. The church has been destroyed on several occasions by earthquakes and a brutal fire in 1959. Its impressive interior decorated in gilded woodcarvings and valuable paintings were destroyed. It reopened in 1994 and the marks of the fire were left exposed on the church walls giving it a unique and fascinating atmosphere.
The neighborhood of Alfama is set in a labyrinth of narrow streets and winding alleys. It is the oldest quarter of the city and the birthplace of Fado, the typical song of Lisbon, classified as Intangible Heritage of Humanity.
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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
This full day tour allows you to discover Lisbon, one of the most beautiful European Cities.
Visit the most emblematic monuments and viewpoints of the city of Lisbon.
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Tell us what you want and we will prepare a tailor-made tour based on your specific interests and needs.
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