4-hour Private Tuk-tuk Tour Discovering Lisbon, Portugal
A day of history with a guide who shares his love for Lisbon. In the comfort of a 100% electric and eco-friendly tuk-tuk, explore the best of the city with plenty of adventure and feel a real connection to Portugal's historical roots.
Lisbon Cathedral, Largo da Sé
A real connection to Portugal's historical roots
The narrow streets of Alfama
The Belém area and visit the Mosteiro dos Jerónimos and Belém Tower
Hotel pick-up and drop-off (Central location)
Private transportation by tuk-tuk
Please note:We will visit just the outside of every attractio.Minimum age of passengers is 7 y.o.
A day of history with a guide who shares his love for Lisbon. In the comfort of a 100% electric and eco-friendly tuk-tuk, explore the best of the city with plenty of adventure and feel a real connection to Portugal's historical roots. Through the narrow streets of Alfama, the oldest district of Lisbon, you will see the aftermath of the powerful earthquake of 1755 and what remains of the Roman and Moorish Lisbon. Along the banks of the Tagus River, we will head straight to the Belém area to taste the delicious and crunchy Pastéis de Belém, the famous custard pastries, as well as visit the Mosteiro dos Jerónimos and Belém Tower.
Built in 1147, the cathedral survived the powerful earthquake in 1755.It is possible to visit the theater, which consists of Roman ruins discovered under the rubble of the great earthquake of 1755.This viewpoint is essentially one huge balcony above the ancient Alfama neighborhood.
Miradouro da Senhora do Monte, (Our Lady of the Hill), looks out over Lisbon and is the city's highest lookout point or miradouro. With such a position it means it offers uninterrupted 250 degree panoramic views across Lisbon from the stunning old quarters and castle to the downtown district of the city and beyond.The Church or Monastery of São Vicente de Fora, meaning "Monastery of St. Vincent Outside the Walls", is a 17th-century church and monastery in the city of Lisbon is a beautiful and unique church that acts as a national pantheon of Portugal and the final burial location for many important portuguese.
Alfama is the oldest and most authentic neighborhood in Lisbon.This is one of the most beautiful squares in all Europe, opening southwards onto the huge Tagus estuary is a modern Portuguese food hall located in the historic Mercado da Ribeira in Cais do Sodre.
Pastéis de Belém, is one of Lisbon’s most popular tourist attractions. Slightly crispy on the outside with a semi-sweet creamy inside, it’s no wonder pastéis de nata are Lisbon’s favorite pastries.
The Jerónimos Monastery, also called Hieronymites Monastery, is along with the Tower of Belém, one of the most visited sites in Lisbon. UNESCO declared it a World Heritage Site in 1983. This landmark is called Mosteiro dos Jerónimos in Portuguese.
The last line of defense of Lisbon's ports is this island fortress that would instill fear in the hearts of pirates and amazement in the hearts of the Portuguese
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