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Lisbon Sightseeing – Private Half Day Tour

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Duration

4 hours

Tour Type

Daily Tour

Group Size

8 people

Languages

English, Español, Português, Русский

Overview


Immerse yourself in Lisbon’s heritage during this sightseeing half-day tour. Enjoy a 4-hour tour to see the best that Portugal’s capital has to offer and listen to history-rich commentary from a personal guide. Travel between landmarks with ease in an air-conditioned vehicle and explore historic neighborhoods such as Chiado, Alfama, Baixa, and Belem. Choose from morning or afternoon departure and enjoy the convenience of pick up and drop off at your Lisbon hotel, cruise terminal or airport.

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HIGHLIGHTS

  • See main attractions of Lisbon in this Lisbon Sightseeing Private Tour.
  • See the best view points.
  • Visit the oldest church.
  • Taste famous Pastel de Belem.
  • Visit Monastery of Jerónimos.
  • See the Belem Tower.
  • Find more about the Monument of Discoveries.

Itinerary

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Eduardo VII Park
Eduardo VII Park

Your first stop is Eduardo VII Park, the largest park in central Lisbon. It was baptized in 1903 in honor of Great Britain’s King Edward VII, who had visited Lisbon to reaffirm the bonds of friendship between the 2 countries.

Avenida da Liberdade
Avenida da Liberdade

The Avenida da Liberdade, is Lisbon’s main boulevard and the location for designer shops, expensive restaurants and trendy bars. Between the luxurious and exclusive decadence, there are fine examples of classical 19th-century Portuguese architecture and the two central plazas contain charming water features and grand statues.
The avenue extends up hill, from Restauradores square to the Marques de Pombal square and is a pleasant place for tourists to stroll along or stare into the windows of the fashionable boutiques. The walk along the length of the Avenida da Liberdade is a recommended activity for those visitors with plenty of time to discover Lisbon.

Rossio Square
Rossio Square

The Praça Dom Pedro IV is the main central square of Lisbon and the true heart of the city. The Portuguese take pride in their great square with its nauseating stone paving, grand fountains and statue of (supposedly) Dom Pedro IV. Lisbon revolves around Rossio, it is here that the students come to sing, workers to protest and tourists to drink overpriced coffee. Praça Dom Pedro is often referred simply to its much older name of Rossio.

Lisbon Cathedral Se
Lisbon Cathedral Se

Visit Lisbon Cathedral Se, built immediately after Christians took Lisbon, in 1147 and admire the church’s intricate stained glass rose window, reconstructed with fragments from the original while learning about the reconstruction performed just last century.

Nossa Senhora do Monte Viewpoint
Nossa Senhora do Monte Viewpoint

Continue on your journey to “Senhora do Monte” hill, where you will be overwhelmed with one of the most spectacular panoramic views of Lisbon, as well as of the estuary of the Tagus river.

Belem
Belem

Time to visit the Belem Quarter, the monumental area dedicated to the great Portuguese seafarers of the 15th and 16th-centuries. Here you will visit the Tower of Belem (the symbol of Lisbon), the monastery of St. Gerome (Mosteiro dos Jeronimos), a masterpiece of Portuguese 16th-century architecture and World Heritage listed monument by UNESCO, and the monument to the Discoveries.

Jerónimos Monastery
Jerónimos Monastery

Mosteiro dos Jerónimos is the most popular monument in Portugal. It’s King Manuel I tribute to the great explorers of the 15th century (which includes the sea route to India founded by Vasco da Gama in 1498). We’ll not only learn about the Portuguese maritime discoveries, but we’ll also visit the church where Vasco da Gama is buried (we won’t go inside the monastery, but we'll visit the church).

Belém Tower
Belém Tower

Visit the tomb of the Portuguese explorer, Vasco da Gama and the poet Luis de Camões. Continue to Belém Tower and Padrão dos Descobrimentos (Monument to the Discoveries). Belém Tower was strategically built on the north bank of the Tagus River between 1514 and 1520, in order to protect Lisbon from attack. One of the jewels of architecture from the reign of King Manuel I, it was also inscribed by UNESCO in 1983.

Included/Excluded

  • Hotel pick-up and drop off in Lisbon
  • Tour guide
  • Transportation by air-conditioned vehicle.
  • Personal and accident insurance.
  • Free time to explore at each stop.
  • Lunch
  • Entrance fees

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adrsa2018

03/08/2020

"Génial

Alexandre est un guide très sympathique et passionné d'histoire. Excursion très intéressante, bien commenté, Je recommande"

Fabrice C

03/08/2020

"Superbe !

Très belle expérience et très enrichissante culturellement merci à notre guide Miguel pour son professionnalisme"

Chi CODET

03/08/2020
Très belle visite et excellente avec notre guide Alexandre

Herber V

28/07/2020

"Excellent Tour and Great Guide

We reserved a half day private tour the first day we arrive in Lisbon, to get an overview of the city. Our driver and guide - Carlos - was extremely knowledgeable and gave us lots of info. A good introduction to the city."

James V

28/07/2020

"Great Service & Great Car

Excellent service. Would highly recommend. Booked on the same day for an afternoon private tour. The driver arrived outside our hotel, was happy to wait whilst we finished our tea. Lovely car, picked up in a Mercedes and taken around all the sites as agreed."
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