A great way to orient yourself for a longer stay. Our guide, Margarita, took us at a leisurely pace around the city, amongst other things, stopping off at pastry store, a monastical brewery, a boat trip and seafood restaurant. Despite the persistent rain thoroughly enjoyable...More
Your food-and-walking tour begins in central Lisbon in the mid-morning. Receive an overview of Lisbon’s history from your guide while strolling around Restauradores Square.
Continue to the neighborhood of Mouraria to discover the history of fado music, a tradition declared part of the world’s intangible cultural heritage by UNESCO. Stop to sample sweets and coffee at a Portuguese bakery before visiting the Gothic-style architecture in Rossio Square and Carmo Convent (Igreja do Carmo).
Ascend to the summit of the Santa Justa Lift for sweeping views of Lisbon, and explore the bookshops and boutiques of Chiado. Following a ferry ride across the Tagus River, this tour concludes with seafood and a glass of wine before you return to your original departure point.