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Lisbon Tour

from 34€*



The capital of Portugal stands out for its diversity and financial commercial, political, cultural, artistic, educational and tourist importance. Lisbon is known as the "city of seven hills" and Fado, an Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity, is the music which traditionally is heard in streets and squares of the big city. While wandering through Lisbon is impossible to remain indifferent to its diversity and beauty of architectural monuments and buildings, to the historical neighbourhoods, the beauty of the riverside, and the famous public vehicle – the tramway.

During the tour there will be revealed city charms, history and traditions. We'll take you to visit the most important monuments in the age of the Portuguese discoveries, the most typical neighborhoods and historic areas of Lisbon.



Parque Eduardo VII

  • The Parque Eduardo VII of England is the largest park in the center of Lisbon, commonly known just being by Eduardo VII Park. It was baptized in 1903 in honor of Edward VII of England, who had visited Lisbon last year to reaffirm the alliance between the two countries. Until then, it was called Freedom Park.

Miradouro do Jardim do Torel

  • The Torel garden is situated next to the Field of the Homeland Martyrs, on the side facing the Avenida da Liberdade, the so-called Site Torel, space occupied by a set of palaces built in the revivalist like the nineteenth century.

Bairro da Graça

  • One of the oldest neighbourhoods of Lisbon, known and sought after for their Viewpoints, where you can enjoy one of the most beautiful views of the city. Here the viewpoint of Senhora do Monte and the Viewpoint of Graça are mandatory stops.


National Pantheon

  • National Pantheon is a title given officially to two distinct buildings: the church of Santa Engracia in Lisbon and the church of the Monastery of Santa Cruz in Coimbra. Often this designation is applied only to the Lisbon building. Created by Decree of 26 September 1836, the National Pantheon is intended to honor and perpetuate the memory of the Portuguese citizens who have distinguished themselves by service to the country, in the exercise of senior public officials, senior military services, culture expansion Portuguese, literary, scientific and artistic creation or defense of the values ​​of civilization, to promote the dignity of the human person and the cause of freedom


Castelo de São Jorge

  • Visiting the St. George Castle you can admire its walls and the panoramic view provided by a viewpoint, from which you can peek a large part of Lisbon. Still inside the castle you can visit the Archaeological Site, an area composed by a set of historical remains dating back to three periods in the history of Lisbon.


  • It is the oldest district of Lisbon and birthplace of acclaimed typically Portuguese music style: Fado. It is a town known for its restaurants and fado houses, one of the most beloved neighbourhoods and graced the celebrations of the popular saints.

Belém Area

  • It is a district of Lisbon known for its importance during the Discoveries in the fifteenth century. Currently Belém is constituted not only by monuments and museums such as the Belém Tower, the Monument to the Discoveries, Jeronimos Monastery, but also for gardens, cafes and terraces in riverine environment, not forgetting the famous house of Pastel de Belém that makes this delicacy since 1837.

Baixa and Chiado

  • This is an area of ​​big capital where it merges traditional commerce, culture and leisure. Here are some of the oldest Portuguese shops, prestigious concert halls and theater, as well as terraces and contemporary restaurants. At the architectural level it can admire the Arch of Augusta Street, the Santa Justa Lift, and piers of the columns located in the riverside of the ships.

Miradouro Sáo Pedro de Alcantara

  • The Garden of San Pedro de Alcantara is a garden located in Lisbon, at the Mercy parish. It was built in 1864. There is a map on tiles along the balustrade, which helps to identify some places in Lisbon. The panorama extends from the walls doCastelo St. George surrounded by trees and Lisbon Cathedral (sec. XII), in the southwest hills, to the Church of Penha de France in the eighteenth century, in the northwest. Also visible is the large complex of Grace Church, while São Vicente de Fora is recognizable by the symmetrical towers around the white facade.








  • Belem Custard Tart
  • Bottled water
  • Internet Wi-fi

NOT INCLUDED: lunch, entrances on monuments and museums


    • Family with childs

    • Couple

    • +65

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