What To Expect
A lively walk around the city's diverse barrios and monuments reveals the layers of history that have transformed Lisbon over the ages. Our morning departure makes the most of sunrise views from beautiful terraces known as Miradouros.
Explore Gothic ruins, Baroque churches, scenic viewpoints and markets that give the city its unique character. With one of our personable guides you will discover the real Lisbon beyond the major tourist spots.
Few visitors are aware that the Dona Maria II Theatre rests on the site of the former Inquisition palace, where trials based on cruel acts of faith and public executions took place for nearly 250 years. Outside the ruins of the roof-bare Carmel Church are clues to Portugal's "Carnation Revolution," and the great earthquake of 1755.
Join us for an insider's look at Lisbon, traversing the city like locals aboard an elevador and walking through quaint side streets that are surrounded by breathtaking vistas, famous cafes and rich personalities that define the City of Explorers.
Our excellent English-speaking staff is composed of personable and engaging guides with strong, clear voices who possess backgrounds in art history, archeology, architecture and the classics with a passion for uncovering Lisbon. At the end of your tour, our guides will be happy to assist with finding other sights to explore and excellent restaurants that meet your interests and budget while avoiding the area tourist traps.
Paça do Commércio
Baixa- Pombalina Downtown
Praça da Figueira
Elevador de Santa Justa
S. Roque Church
San Pedro de Alcântara Garden
Praça da Camôes
English speaking guide
Meals and drinks
Tips and gratuities
Children 12 years and under can take the tour for free. Entry fees may apply depending on the sights visited.
All our card payments are protected by thawte to give you peace of mind.
1 hour and 30 minutes