Great tour of the neighborhoods by Jose, it did begin raining and he was fully prepared to cover the tuk tuk. Highly recommended and ask for Jose :)
Tuk Tuk is a new way of seeing, feeling, and experiencing the life of Lisbon. There are streets, alleys, and little squares where only a tuk tuk can get through. This offers a fun and personalized way of getting to know the city. The visit will be lead by a local guide with in-depth knowledge of the history, culture, art, and architecture of Lisbon. He will explain everything on the way. The vehicles are 100% electric and 100% ecofriendly. No noise and pollution.
You will stop several times to enjoy the view, the river, and the sun, to take photos, and even for a small bite if you want. The tour can be personalized to your needs, but it's planned to visit the ancient area of Lisbon, the inside of Lisbon's Cathedral, a stop in the sunny Portas do Sol Viewpoint, a tour in Graça District, a stop at the highest Senhora do Monte Viewpoint, and the return to the city center by the Alfama District.
Itinerary: Rossio - Santo António Church - Lisbon's Cathedral - Santa Luzia viewpoint - Portas do Sol viewpoint - Senhora do Monte viewpoint - S. Vicente de Fora Church - Flee Market - National Pantheon - Alfama - Casa dos Bicos - Comércio Square
We’ve been today around Lisbon neighbourhood in a tuk tuk with António Costa. He made our unplanned day to be so enjoyable. Was attentive, patient, polite, very kind and he knew all around. We waited for us while we were enjoying the beautiful sunset is...More
We were delighted to have met our friendly guide Baltazar during our visit to Lisbon, Portugal. He took us to the old city and the new city where we were amazed by the beautiful tapisserie of colours and architecture. Despite the rain and cloudy weather,...More
Took a tour with my grandparents, and the tuk tuk provided us with the opportunity to explore Alfama. Joana Leal was our driver and she was very informative and sweet. She helped my grandparents in and out of the tuk tuk and would look up...More