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Discover the secret to Portuguese soul with this unique Lisbon by Night tour! Experience the culinary delights, music and cultural sights of Lisbon on this small-group night-time diner Fado show tour.
Experience the magical night atmosphere in Lisbon while visiting world-renowned historical sites and exploring the various districts of Lisbon. Dine on local cuisine and have a great evening by watching the amazing musical performance of traditional Fado, the music of Portuguese urban romance and longing and a UNESCO Intangible Cultural Heritage.
After a pick up from your hotel in Lisbon, our tour begins with a panoramic tour through the best Lisbon highlights. We pass around the obelisk of Prime Minister Marques de Pombal, the Central Park of Edward VII, the main squares Restauradores and Rossio, and the historic center of Baixa Pombalina. We stop in the Belem district and see the most representative sights of Portugal that commemorate the Golden Age of Discoveries in Portugal. We see the famous Belém Tower. The 16th century building is considered a cultural reference and symbol of Portugal’s specificity. On the other side of the street stands an exceptional monument – the monastery of St. Jerome. The monastery was donated to the monks of Saint Hieronymus to make them pray for the King, and pay spiritual assistance to seafarers that left the shores of Lisbon. The monument is classified as a World Heritage Site by Unesco. Among other tombs in this Royal Pantheon, the church contains the tombs of some famous personalities of the Portuguese discoveries – Vasco de Gama and Luis de Camões. There we take a short break to taste the original pastry “Pastel de Belem”. It is considered one of the seven wonders of Portuguese gastronomy. It turned into the most popular sweet in Portugal in 1837 when someone offered the pastry for sale in this bakery. Today, there are approximately 23,000 pastries sold every day. Our dinner begins around 8.30 p.m. It is a wonderful experience based on authentic Portuguese dinner accompanied by a live show of traditional folk music “Fado”. Dinner takes place at one of the most typical restaurants in the oldest neighborhood – Alfama. Fado is one of the most characteristic elements of Portuguese and it has been included in the UNESCO list of Intangible Cultural Heritage in 2011. Then, before we drop you at your hotel, we stop at the Miradouro da Senhora do Monte, (Our Lady of the Hill), where we overlook Lisbon from the highest lookout point in the historical center. It offers uninterrupted 250 degree panoramic views across Lisbon.