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  • Duration
    3 hours
  • Departures
    Daily
  • Spoken Language
    English
  • Departure
    Daily at 10:00 am

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    Please present yourself at the location 15 minutes before departure time

The Best of Lisbon Walk

3 hours
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Visit the heart of both the old and new Lisbon and from the 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 and try a famous Nata pastry.

Wander through the old maze of small squares and narrow alleyways of the Moorish neighborhood of Alfama, where time seems to have stopped a thousand years ago.

Stop at an old wine bar for wine tasting and a tapa.

Visit Lisbon’s Sé Cathedral, the city’s oldest church. Finish up in the Comercio Square, formerly the entrance hall of the city, one of Europe’s largest and most beautiful squares.

  • Districts we visit: Baixa - Chiado - Alfama
    This tour is a unique way to see all the major sites of central Lisbon. Insider guides give you a great insight into Lisbon's lifestyle, history and culture as well as useful tips.
  • Visit the Rossio Square, the heart of both: old and new Lisbon.
  • Learn how the old city of Lisbon was destroyed in the 18th century and then totally rebuilt to become the city of today.
  • Learn about the favorite liqueur of many Portuguese and a typical drink in Lisbon - Ginjinha;
  • Take a look at the Obelisk on the Restauradores Square, commemorating the Restoration of Portugal’s independence from Spain in 1640, after sixty years of Spanish rule.
  • Marvel at the intricate Neo-Manueline architecture of the Rossio Central Station.
  • Learn about the Carnation Revolution of 1974 as you visit the beautiful Carmo Square, at the place where Portugal’s old dictatorial regime fell after 48 years.
  • Walk through the elegant Chiado neighborhood, with its old cafés, boutiques, theatres and bookstores.
  • Try a typical Portuguese pastry (the famous Pastel de Nata) and then enjoy a short trip on one of Lisbon’s vintage trams.
  • Wander through the old maze of small squares and narrow alleyways of the Moorish Alfama neighborhood, where time seems to have stopped a thousand years ago.
  • Learn about Fado, Portugal’s own musical genre, as you go past the fado Museum and some of Alfama’s hidden, intimate Fado restaurants.
  • Stop for wine and a tasting at a wine bar and restaurant located in a medieval palace.
  • Visit Lisbon’s Cathedral, the city’s oldest church, built in 1147.
  • End your tour in Praça do Comércio, formerly the entrance hall of the city, one of Europe’s largest and most beautiful squares.