Lisbon in a Day: A Group Walking Adventure

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Duration

3 Hours

Tour Type

Daily Tour

Group Size

8 People/vehicle

Languages

English, Espanol

About this tour

Walk Lisbon’s historic streets on a captivating 3-hour tour! Start at Rossio Square, where old and new Lisbon meet. Explore key squares that tell Portugal’s story of independence and revolution. Immerse yourself in Alfama, Lisbon’s oldest neighborhood, a maze of charming alleyways and intimate squares. Here, savor a delicious Pastel de Nata, Portugal’s iconic custard pastry. Your local guide will share fascinating insights, from the city’s earthquake-stricken past to its vibrant present, revealing hidden gems and local secrets. This personalized experience in a small group allows you to comfortably explore Lisbon’s captivating history.

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Meeting point – Praça da Figueira

Free Cancellation Available: Cancel up to 24hours in advance and receive a full return

Additional Info: Bring comfortable shoes, comfortable clothes – Travelers should have a moderate physical fitness level – Not wheelchair accessible

Highlights

  • Explore historic Lisbon: Immerse yourself in Lisbon's rich past with a local guide.
  • Insights & Tips: Gain insider knowledge of Lisbon's culture, history, and local lifestyle with helpful tips.
  • Neighborhood Highlights: Discover iconic squares and charming districts like Rossio, Restauradores, Carmo, Chiado, Alfama, and Comércio.
  • Local Tastes: Savor a traditional Pastel de Nata and indulge in a Portuguese wine tasting with a codfish cake tapa.
  • Intimate Experience: Enjoy a personalized experience with a local guide in a small group (max 14 people).
  • Stress-Free Exploration: Navigate Lisbon's charming but narrow streets with ease.

Included/Excluded

  • Pastel de Nata (Custard Tart)
  • Meet at a meeting point
  • Guide
  • Gratuities

Itinerary

Meeting Point - Praça da Figueira

Praça da Figueira is a lively square in central Lisbon. Bustling with cafes, shops, and history, it's a central transportation hub with trams and metro access. In the center, a statue of King John I stands tall.

Rossio Square

Rossio Square, officially Praça de D. Pedro IV, is a bustling square in the heart of Lisbon, Portugal. It is one of the city's most iconic landmarks and a popular gathering spot for locals and tourists alike. The square is lined with cafés, restaurants, and shops, and is often the scene of street performers and musicians.

Rossio Train Station

Rossio Train Station is a beautiful and historic train station located in Lisbon, Portugal. It was built in the late 19th century and is a prime example of Portuguese Neoclassical architecture. The station is still in use today and is a popular stop for tourists and locals alike.

Carmo Squeare

Carmo Square is a small but picturesque square in Lisbon, Portugal. It is home to the ruins of the Carmo Convent, which was destroyed in the 1755 earthquake. The square also offers stunning views of the city.

Santa Justa Lift

The Santa Justa Lift is a must-see landmark in Lisbon. Built in 1902, this wrought-iron elevator in neo-Gothic style is not just a means of transportation, but a work of art itself. It whisks you up 45 meters from the Baixa district to the higher Chiado district, offering beautiful city views from its cabins and observation deck

Baixa Chiado + Pastel de Nata tasting

Baixa Chiado is a historic and elegant district in Lisbon, Portugal. It is known for its upscale shops, cafes, and restaurants. The district was also severely damaged in the 1755 earthquake, but has been rebuilt in a beautiful and harmonious style.

Miradouro de Santa Luzia

Miradouro de Santa Luzia is a popular viewpoint in Lisbon, Portugal. It offers stunning views of the city's Alfama district and the Tagus River.

Alfama District

Alfama is the oldest district in Lisbon, Portugal. It is a maze of narrow streets, whitewashed houses, and traditional fado music houses. Alfama is a great place to wander and get lost in the charm of Lisbon's past.

Lisbon's Cathedral (Sé)

Lisbon Cathedral is the oldest cathedral in Lisbon, Portugal. It was built in the 12th century and is a fine example of Romanesque architecture. The cathedral is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Praça do Comercio

Praça do Comércio is a large and impressive square in Lisbon, Portugal. It was built in the 18th century after the 1755 earthquake and is one of the largest squares in Europe. The square is lined with grand buildings and offers stunning views of the Tagus River.

Durations

4 Hours

Languages

English
Espanol

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marcelina_b
10/05/2024

Evetything is memorable

Evetything is memorable, the "pastes de nata" is so yummy. Our guide is very good knows what his talking.
lidiaz269
10/05/2024

A spectacular day

A spectacular day with a very kind and attentive guide. I will be happy to visit Lisbon again with Go2Lisbon next time I am there, grazie mille.
Samantha
07/05/2024

Wonderful Tour with Antonio P.

We had a great tour guide! The day trip was great. We hit several spots in a few hours and our guide was very accommodating! Overall, great trip! Highly recommend.

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