A daily walk around Lisbon
During the walk around Lisbon we will share with you historical facts and tell you about the realities of the city, we will show you the bright sights and non-tourist places.
- See the city from viewpoints
- Find out where to listen to fado and taste typical Portuguese dishes
- Explore ancient neighborhoods and bohemian neighborhoods
- Guided tour
Important to know:
- Tour reservations close 24 hours in advance
- There can be more than 15 people in the group, as no tickets are purchased for children.
- The tour is completely walking tour. Along the way, there are convenient stops and photo breaks with a favorable angle at the sights. A route map and schedule can be found in the photo section.
- Tour is held without headphones
- A question and answer session awaits you at the end of the tour: you can ask the guide any questions about Lisbon, discuss the tour and exchange impressions!
Choose one of the two routes and you will see the city from viewing platforms, know where to listen to fado, where to go to unusual bars and where to taste typical Portuguese dishes.
The red route: historic districts
You'll stroll through the colorful, narrow streets of the old European neighborhoods of Mouraria and Alfama, and visit several viewing platforms on Castelo Hill, where you'll enjoy a magnificent panorama of the river and the city. Learn about the Fado romances inscribed by UNESCO and the most interesting holidays and traditions that Lisboetas are still preserving today. You will undoubtedly encounter the legendary yellow streetcars, see the Cathedral and find yourself in the center of the old Market Square!
The Blue Route: Bohemian Quarters
The program focuses on the elegant neighborhoods of Chiado, Bairro Alto, and Baixa. You will see the famous Santa Giusta Elevator and reveal the purpose for which it was built. Examine the Dominican Church and understand what the city faced during the earthquake. And in the Bairro Alto neighborhood, learn about the city's nightlife and its peculiarities. We will also go around the old stores, visit the Rossio train station, look at the Carmelite Church and other no less interesting places.
Who is the right tour for? Those who want to have time to see all the most interesting things in the city and decide where to go on their own afterwards, as well as to ask questions from a local expert. The program will be of interest both to those who are visiting Lisbon for the first time and to frequent visitors to the Portuguese capital.