Explore Lisbon by Tuk Tuk or buggy and learn about the city from your experienced guide. Benefit from a hotel pick-up before going on to see Lisbon's highlights in a fun and novel way, cruising around the city's main sights.
Typical Lisbon Tour: 1h | Old Lisbon Tour: 2h
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Summer: 9:00am - 7:00pm | Winter: 9:30am | 6:30pm
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Typical Lisbon Tour - 1h
Explore Lisbon by Tuk Tuk or buggy and learn about the city from your experienced guide. Benefit from a hotel pick-up before going on to see Lisbon's highlights in a fun and novel way, cruising around the city's sights by Tuk Tuk. Your guide knows where the best views, photo opportunities and most interesting places are and you will cruise between them effortlessly. Stops include Lisbon Cathedral, Saint Anthony Church, the "Nossa Senhora do Monte" viewpoint, the Saint Vincent Monastery and many more. On Tuesdays and Saturdays, there is also the chance to visit the "Feira da Ladra" flea market.
Old Lisbon Tour - 2h
A Tuk-Tuk or buggy guided tour to explore some of the oldest and most characteristic neighborhoods of Lisbon, including the narrow streets of the historic Bairro Alto entertainment district. Make your way up to Lisbon highest viewpoint "Nossa Senhora do Monte", and meander through the old district of Alfama. Experience the cool vibe of the Graça district at the highest point in the city, and explore the main shopping area of Chiado. Stop to admire impressive monuments along the way, such as Lisbon Cathedral and Santo António Church, built on the site where Saint Anthony was born. Visit the Monastery of São Vicente de Fora to admire one of the finest examples of Mannerist architecture. Get wonderful views from the São Pedro de Alcântara lookout, and visit the Baroque church of Estrela Basilica, built on the orders of Queen Maria I to honor the birth of her son.