Price from € 120 per group Book
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• 3 hours
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The guide can meet you at your Hotel if it is in the City Center. Otherwise we meet at the Praca Dom Pedro IV (Rossio).
- Car + driver-guide for groups of up to 8 people
- Bus + driver + guide for larger groups
- The tour does not include visits inside monuments, however this can be arranged at an additional price if requested.
- Entrance to Pena National Palace and Pena Park is not included in the price.
Cancellation more then a week in advance: administration costs of 15%
Cancellation between a week and 48 hours prior to departure date: 50% of the total amount
Cancellation less than 48 hours prior to departure date : 100% of the total amount
No show: No restitution
Private Walking Tour
Our private walking tour is the best way to see the city! Our experienced, professional tour guides with degrees in history, politics, architecture etc. will make sure to make your tour as informative and entertaining as possible.
Whether you are traveling with your wife and kids, a group of friends or on a corporate retreat our private walking tours are the ideal way to see the city. Strolling through the city on foot allows you to take in the sights at a more leisurely pace.
We can also arrange stops for lunch or perhaps you would like an evening out, see a show, relax over a meal in a local restaurant. Your wish is our command!
Visit the heart of both old and new Lisbon. At Rossio Square, learn how the city was destroyed in the 18th century by a massive earthquake, and then totally rebuilt to become the city of today. Take a look at the Obelisk in the Restauradores Square, which commemorates the Restoration of Portugal’s independence from Spain in 1640. Marvel at the intricate Neo-Manueline architecture of the old Central Train Station. Learn about the Carnation Revolution of 1974 as you visit the Carmo Square, the very place where Portugal’s old dictatorial regime fell after 48 years.
Walk through the elegant neighborhood of Chiado, with its old cafés, boutiques, theatres and bookstores. Enjoy a short trip on one of Lisbon’s vintage trams. Wander through the old maze of the small squares and narrow alleyways in the Moorish neighborhood of Alfama where time seems to have stood still for a thousand years. Visit Lisbon’s Sé Cathedral, the city’s oldest church. Finish up in Comercio Square, formerly the entrance hall of the city, and one of Europe’s largest and most beautiful squares.