Your tour will start with one of the most beautiful view points in the city. Perfect place for your tour guide to make an introduction of the history of Lisbon. On your way back to downtown Lisbon you’ll pass by some of its oldest neighborhoods and will walk around town visiting the best spots. After the city center you’ll visit the famous neighborhood of Belém where you can visit the church of the Jerónimos monastery, see the tower of Belém, the Monument of the Discoveries and taste the famous custard tart of Portugal, ‘Pastel de Belém’.
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.
Located in ‘Praça do Comércio’ it 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 earthquake of 1755 with beautiful cobblestone streets, named after the craftsmen. Many architectural styles are represented, including the original neogothic style of Mesnier du Ponsard, present in his renowned work of the Santa Justa Elevator.
The most traditional and old neighborhood of Lisbon composed of a maze of narrow streets,winding alleyways and steep flights of steps. It’s the birth place of ‘Fado’ (Traditional song of Lisbon, classified as intangible cultural heritage by UNESCO).
Famous for its narrow streets, ‘Fado’ houses, bars and nightlife.
Traditionally known as the home of many of Lisbon’s intellectuals, artists and radicals and recently restored after a devastating fire. Perfect for a coffee or a late-afternoon purchase.
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, visit the church of the Jerónimos Monastery and taste the world-famous custard tarts of Belém.
Located on the highest hill of Lisbon, and with a heady view over the city, it’s one of the most emblematic monuments of Lisbon and home of the royalty for centuries. This military fort was built by the Moors in the 11th century and conquered by the first king of Portugal Dom Afonso Henriques on October 25th of 1147.
The largest in Europe, with species from every corner of the world. The Oceanarium gathers 8 thousand animals of about 500 different species.
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.
The largest church in Lisbon with its beautiful cloisters. It is considered one of the most impressive buildings in Lisbon and was the largest work of the Philippine period: the 60 years.
One of the most famous museums in Portugal which belongs to the Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation. The Museum was inaugurated in 1969 and features 6500 pieces by artists such as Rembrandt, Renoir, Rubens, Monet and Degas.
It has more than 40,000 important Portuguese and international works, which are expressed through painting, sculpture, jewelery, furniture, ceramics, and more.
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.
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. The exhibited items are of varied arts as: jewelery, painting, sculpture, furniture, textiles, goldsmithing, among others.
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.
In the largest shopping center in Europe (Colombo) or in the traditional neighborhood trade, which can be found in various parts of the city.
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This private tour will give you general information about the highlights of Lisbon.
This half day tour allows you to discover Lisbon, one of the most beautiful European Cities.
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