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An amazing way to see, learn about, experience and taste Lissabon!

We had a fantastic time and really enjoyed our biketour with Marta. It was our first time to do this kind of tour and it was a great way to see and learn about the city and Marta had so much knowledge about everything from then till now about the history of the city, the drinks and food, the best places to visit etc. Some of us hadn't even bicycled since we were kids but Marta was very calm and patient and it felt fun and safe to go with her. We took many pauses where she told us about historical events and small anecdotes and we were free to ask anything, it was really relaxed and felt like we already knew each other. First we had a wine tasting with an amazing view in front. Then we had a really nice homemade Portuguese meal with; codfish cakes a bean pot, beef, fries and salad. The family at the cosy restaurant were very generous and friendly. Then we went by the sea to the old centre to taste some exquisit Ginja liquor and after a delicious desert with coffe and pastel de nata.

Lisbon: 3-Hour Bike Food Tour Reviewed by Lisen, 07/07/2017

Well organised, relaxed tour. Our guide, Rita, was excellent.

This was a well organised, relaxed with free time tour. Our guide Rita was excellent. This was an only in English language tour and Rita was fluent in speaking English with a clear accent. She was also very knowledgeable of the places we visited. She has a warm, helpful, friendly and witty personality which made the tour enjoyable. It was a small group tour and we visited all the places as promised. The countryside we drove through was very picturesque as was the breathtaking coastal roads dotted with quaint fishing villages opening out into the Atlantic. A word of warning: be very careful of pickpockets everywhere in Portugal during the high tourist season. I fell victim to one in Cascais on the way back and along with my purse my passport was stolen. However, Rita was very helpful and also came with us to the police station to file a report. Thank you, Rita. You made Portugal proud.

Sintra & Cascais Small Group Day Tour from Lisbon Reviewed by SUTAPA, 14/07/2018

Fantastic tour, good bikes, tasteful food and a wonderful guide!

We enjoyed our biketour in Lissabon. It was easy to cycle through Lissabon. I was a bit afraid of the hills, but the route was mostly downhill and they avoid the real climbing. We started at Place the Pombal and cycled to a magnificat viewing point. There we tasted a glass of wine and we proceed the tour. There were little stops in between to explain some history of a statue/street/square e.g. The meal during the afternoon was typical Portuguese; codfish cookies, rice/beans/tomatoes, beef + fish and salad. There was time to relax and talk to each other. The tour continued to the Tague and in the old centre we tasted the Ginja liquor. After that we cycled back to Pombal. Halfway we ate pastel de nata (the famous pastry ) and had a coffee in a lovely bakery. Special thanks to Marta, our tourguide. She was very enthusiastic, speaks English and knows a lot!

Lisbon: 3-Hour Bike Food Tour Reviewed by Meta, 29/05/2017

Excellent! Interesting and informative with a great guide.

The tour was was conducted exclusively in English, which meant that we had entire attention of the guide (Manuel). While driving to and between locations, Manuel talked about the significant events in the history of Portugal and the customs of the Portuguese people. With regards to the tour being exclusively in English, we were a group of 8 in a minivan. I believe that the company had another minivan doing the same tour in Portuguese. Other touring companies would combine the two groups onto a larger vehicle and conduct the tours in English and the local language. That really detracts from the experience. Sintra and Cascais and surrounding areas are well worth seeing. The experience was enhanced by Manuel's expert commentry. It was a full day and very enjoyable throughout. I recommend Lisbon Riders.

Sintra & Cascais Small Group Day Tour from Lisbon Reviewed by Robert, 11/09/2017

It was a very well organized trip and very informative!

Loved this trip! Our guide Tanja was super nice and the tour was perfectly organized. Tanja shared lots of interesting information about Sintra and the other places we stopped by. It was not a rush at all, but just the right amount of time at each place. I could definitely not have visited all these places in one day by myself without having been stressed about the whole traveling between the places. The tour was very enjoyable and I can only recommend it if you don't want to worry about organizing the trip by yourself. This will take you to Sintra (palace, museum, a bit of the park and the village), Cabo da roca, a couple small seaside towns along the way and finally Cascais!

Sintra & Cascais Small Group Day Tour from Lisbon Reviewed by Michelle, 24/03/2019