Discover Lisbon Walking – Free Tram Ride – FAQ

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At what time tour starts?

Pick up time depends on your hotel location or meeting point location, in your booking invoice you can find time when guide will come to pick you up.

How many hours will take this tour?

Discover Lisbon walking free tram tour takes 4 hours, it’s a half day tour

I / my relative(s) have a physical disability or walking limitation. What is the level of activity involved in this tour?

We arrange all tours with a private vehicle to transport you, the only level of activity involved is really in the monuments visited.

The tour group is monolingual or multilingual?

We try not to mix different languages in the same vehicle. It will be more productive for you and less tiring for the Guide. However, in exceptional cases the Tour can be done in more than one language.

At what time tour will finish?

Tour finish around 13:00.

Meet your guide at 9:00 in front of the Starbucks café at the Rossio train station. 1st stop is the venue of the significant historical event – “Carnation Revolution” – where stand out the ruins of the majestic Gothic church of Carmelite.

Then we enter the metal tower of Santa Justa that became famous thanks to its author, the student of world-renowned engineer Gustave Eiffel.
Our next stop is at the café famous for having had great Portuguese poet Fernando Pessoa as one of their loyal customers. His statue is sitting right next to other clients reminding us time when he used to sit there and drink his coffee.This square separates Bohemian quarter “Chiado” from popular nightlife area “Bairro Alto”. There we will see the significant monument topped by a statue of the legendary poet Luis de Camões.

Our next stop is a renowned bakery where we can see the production of the traditional pastry “pastel de nata” and in the half of our tour take a break for our sweet reward to enjoy one of the best examples of delicious local cuisine.

The 28 offers enjoyable panoramic tour passing through Lisbon´s finest spots by fifty turn-of-the-century car built in wood. On the way we will see dynamic Downtown rebuilt after great earthquake of 1755 and one of the most significant Lisbon´s monuments – triumphal arch of Rua Augusta.By the tram we will get to one of the most searching terrace with absolutely magnificent scenery view over the oldest neighborhood Alfama spreading on the slope between the castle Saint Jorge and the river Tagus.

After breathtaking viewpoint we will enter the castle old town where we will explore unique atmosphere in these medieval looking streets today dynamizing their shabby walls by colorful street art pieces and unique folk music “Fado” turning Alfama district to evening romance paradise.
We will exit the labyrinth of Alfama district at the place where is standing the oldest church in the city and one of the most important religious temples in Lisbon – Roman Catholic Cathedral Sé.

Our tour ends at a very cozy local tavern, where we will serve to you small cup of traditional Portuguese liqueur which locals used do drink to heal all their health problems.