Lisbon Private Tour
Pick-up servicePick-up available at your accommodation in Lisbon.
- Witness breathtaking panoramic views of Lisbon
- Visit the famous Belem quarter
- Witness the “Avenida da Liberdade”
- Take a stroll through the Alfama district
- Enjoy the famous and delicious “Pastel de Belem”
Close by, and next up on this tour is a visit to Saint Antony’s church. Marvel at this stunning religious structure before crossing the oldest neighborhood in Lisbon, the Alfama district. Here you will see the tile covered facades of the old buildings, the narrow streets, alleys, and the old trams. Continuing on your tour you will find yourself in the neighborhood of “Baixa” the most destroyed quarter of the city by the devastating earthquake of 1755. Your guide will be sure to entertain you with the facts of how this area became the main business center in the country.
Drive to the “Avenida da Liberdade” the Portuguese Champs Elysees, where you will witness the statue of the visionary Marquis of Pombal at the geographic center of the city. Next, you will stop at the top of “Parque Eduardo VII” (king of England) for a dazzling view of the city whilst you learn about the several treaties and alliances between Portugal and England. After this, it is lunchtime! Your friendly and informative guide will be happy to assist with any restaurant recommendations. Follow up your lunch with a trip to a completely free of charge visit to the “world” of olive oils. Here you can learn about the different olive oils in Portugal and taste several different varieties of this product.
Time to visit the Belem quarter (Bethlehem), the monumental area dedicated to the great Portuguese seafarers of the 15th and 16th-centuries. Here you will visit the Tower of Belem (the symbol of Lisbon), the monastery of St. Gerome (Mosteiro dos Jeronimos), a masterpiece of Portuguese 16th-century architecture and World Heritage listed monument by UNESCO, and the monument to the Discoveries. Before you leave you will get to taste the most famous pastry in Portugal: the “Pastel de Belem”, a delicious egg custard tart once made by the monks at the Jeronimo’s monastery. The tour will finish back at your hotel.
- Fully licensed exclusive guide
- Offer Pastel de Belem (famous custard tarts)
- Olive Oil degustation (optional)
- Free water
- Free Wifi
- Entrance Fees