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Lisbon Old Town

Because it provides you with an all-in-one overview of the main city sites and some well kept secrets, exposing you instantly to its special atmosphere and authenticity, that make up the character of this vibrant Atlantic city.
This unforgettable tour takes you on the winding tracks of the famous 28 tram, through the narrow streets of the Old Town districts; up the Santa Justa iron lift rising to the Downtown heights, offering your eyes an everlasting memory of city, providing the natural breaks to a relaxed stroll on foot across historic Lisbon.

This tour will take you to the following key sites:

Lisbon Downtown
Lisbon Legends&Mysteries
Lisbon City of Spies
Lisbon Revelation Tour
  • Praça do Comércio the everlasting centre of power
  • Baixa – the new city built after the earthquake
  • Praça da Figueira – Lisbon’s traditional market square
  • Lisbon’s “Broadway”- the city’s 1st bohemian street
  • Restauradores / Av. Liberdade - the image of an European capital
  • Rossio – the heart of Downtown
  • Iron Lift viewpoint – 360º view over the Downtown district
  • Largo do Carmo – the setting for the democratic revolution of 1974
  • Carmo ruins – the only Gothic monument of the city
  • S. Roque Church – a Baroque extravaganza
  • Bairro Alto – the lively bohemian district
  • Praça Camões – a tribute to the Discoveries epic poet
  • Chiado – the most elegant shopping area
  • Portas do Sol – a breathtaking view over Alfama, the Old Town

Includes free a ride on Tram 28. 

PLUS: At the end of the tour it will be our pleasure to provide you with the Lisbon Walker Hot Tips, with our personal selection of Favorites (including Clubs, Museums, Viewpoints, Monuments, etc.) that should not be missed in your visit to the city.

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Lisbon on Bike

...surprised with the transparency of the air, the boldness of the ochre and rose façades, the static golden light, everlasting on the city hills with a splendor of recent rain.

António Munõz Molina