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Lisbon Walking Tour

Operative tour

If you cancel your booking until 48 hours before the beginning of the activity, we will refund 100% of the advance you paid for the booking.

Free cancellation

You can reschedule your booking without any additional cost until 48 hours before the beginning of the activiity.

Free rescheduling

Go on a Walking Tour of Lisbon and see key points in the city, such as the Alfama neighborhood, the Praça do Comércio, and Largo do Carmo squares.


Price per person:

€ 18.00 per person.

Times:

09:30 am to 12:30 pm and 09:30 am to 12:30 pm

Duration:

3 hours.

Meeting Point:

Praça de Rossio, D. Pedro IV statue, Lisbon.


Included:

guide, pastel de nata, wine glass and tapa.

What to bring:

comfortable clothing, comfortable shoes, jacket, sunglasses, sunscreen and water.

Weather:

In case of suspension for weather conditions, we will refund 100% of your payment.

subject to weather conditions.

Not included:

pickup at your accommodation (urban area), shared transport and guided visit in the monuments.

Cancellation and rescheduling policy:

48 hours.

If you cancel your booking until 48 hours before the beginning of the activity, we will refund 100% of the advance you paid for the booking.


Price

  • Adult: € 18 per person.
  • Child (age 0 to 12): for free.


We will gather at the meeting point to begin our walk through one of Europe’s most romantic capitals. Our Lisbon Walking Tour will give you a broad look at the city’s most interesting attractions at a leisurely pace. You will start at Rossio Square, the heart of both old and new Lisbon. There, the guide will tell you about the history of the city and its reconstruction after the earthquake of 1755. You will see the Monument to the Restorers, an obelisk honoring the restoration of Portuguese independence in 1640, after seventy years of Spanish domination. Afterwards, you will stroll through the streets until you reach the Largo do Carmo where you will learn about the 1974 Carnation Revolution, a military coup that ended the 48-year dictatorship known as the Estado Novo. Next, you will visit the neighborhood of Chiado, known for its cafés, theaters, and old bookstores. You will also take a moment to stop for one of the famous pastel de nata (custard tart) and see why they are so popular in Portugal.

Afterwards, you will continue on to the neighborhood of Alfama to explore its labyrinthine medieval streets. This is the oldest neighborhood of the city, where the Arabs settled during the period in which they ruled over the Iberian Peninsula. Here you can also listen to fado, a melancholic style of music created in the ports that features the Portuguese guitar. You will visit the Fado Museum and see some traditional restaurants where you can return later to get a bite to eat and listen to this soulful music. We will stop at a local wine bar where you can taste wine and chorizo, before moving on to Lisbon Cathedral, built in 1147. Finally, you will reach the Praça do Comércio, which was formerly the entrance to the city on the banks of the Tagus River. Today, it is one of the largest and most impressive squares in Europe and it has been the backdrop of countless historic events.

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