Lisbon Attractions

Lisbon is a vibrant and colorful city located on the banks of the Tagus River in Portugal. This stunning city has a rich history, a colorful culture, and takes pride in its unique charm and welcoming people. Here is an inspiring travel guide about Lisbon: Wander through the streets of Alfama: Alfama is Lisbon’s oldest district, and it is a maze of narrow and winding streets filled with colorful buildings, hidden courtyards, charming cafes, and restaurants. Explore the streets by foot and discover the vibrant shops selling all sorts of traditional products, such as ceramics, textiles, and wines. Enjoy breathtaking views from Miradouro de Santa Luzia: Santa Luzia is a beautiful terrace located in Alfama that offers sweeping views of the River Tagus, the city’s rooftops, and the iconic Sao Jorge Castle. The terrace is adorned with beautiful tiles and romantic arches that add to the charm of this stunning spot. Enjoy a Pastel de Nata at Pastéis de Belém: The famous Portuguese pastry, Pastel de Nata, is a must-try when you visit Lisbon. The best place to get these delicious custard tarts is at Pastéis de Belém. This bakery, which has been around since 1837, is the birthplace of the custard tart, and it’s been a favorite spot for both locals and tourists alike. Visit Torre de Belém: Torre de Belém is an iconic tower located on the banks of the Tagus River. It was built in the 16th century to guard the city’s entrance and served as a lighthouse and a fortification. Today, it is a UNESCO World Heritage site, and visitors can explore it to see the stunning views of the river and learn about the tower’s history. Experience Fado music: Fado is a famous Portuguese music genre that tells heartbreaking stories of love and loss. The city is filled with Fado houses that host live performances where you can experience this unique musical tradition. Go on a day trip to Sintra: Sintra is a picturesque town located just outside of Lisbon and is known for its beautiful palaces and gardens. Visitors can explore the magical Pena Palace, the Moorish Castle, and the Quinta da Regaleira Palace, which are all UNESCO World Heritage sites. Lisbon is a city that will capture your heart with its colorful streets, friendly people, and rich history. So come and discover the beauty of this city and let Lisbon inspire you like it has inspired countless visitors before.

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Perfect for first-time visitors, this guided walking tour takes you to the major sites of central Lisbon. As you follow your local guide, you will get great insight into the city's history and culture. Experience old Lisbon by walking around the Moorish Alfama neighborhood (the city’s oldest quarter). Admire the Eden Theatre, Rossio Train Station and the cafes and boutiques of the elegant Chiado neighborhood. Numbers are limited to 1 people on this guided walking tour, ensuring you'll receive personalized attention from your guide.

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Enjoy the flavors of Portuguese cuisine on a small-group gourmet Portuguese food and wine tour of Lisbon! Visit traditional eateries and taste some of Portugal’s delicacies as your guide gives you tips on how to appreciate Portuguese wine and food. As you walk through the streets and visit the pastry, wine and cheese shops, sample some of the products and get advice from your guide on where to eat for the rest of your trip!

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Sailing on the Tagus River at the sunset is a unique experience. The city changes color, the sounds become special and the smells more aromatic!

Imagine yourself enjoying all this while drinking a wonderful Portuguese wine…

Welcome aboard!

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Fun, laughter and adventure… all wrapped up in the most unique sightseeing experience in Lisbon! Aboard our amphibious vehicle and with a lively animated guide, explore the many sides of Portugal’s capital during our 90-minute tour, by land and water, without leaving the comfort of your own seat. Hippotrip… Lisbon with a splash!

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If you’d like to get to know the best parts of the city, we have the best solution for you! All on board these amazing ecofriendly tuktuks!

In this Lisbon's overview, we will take you to the all the points of interest in the historical center as well as Belém!

In a very complete tour that will make you feel like you're an expert about Lisbon and you'll be sure to come back to show it to all your friends with your new-found knowledge and admiration for this amazing city!

Please see our itinerary and verify for yourself that this is the most comprehensive and engaging Lisbon half-day tuktuk tour.

Take into consideration that this is a private tour - we don't mix groups from different bookings.

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The sunset cruise lasts for 2 hours and starts at the renovated boat station "Sul e Sueste" next to Commerce Square. During this shared cruise, you have the opportunity to see wonderful landscapes of the historical city center, passing by such sights as: the Commerce Square, São Jorge Castle, Alfama, National Pantheon, Santa Apolónia Station, Cacilhas, Christ the King, 25th of April Bridge, Tower of Belem, Discoveries Monument, MAAT and Palace of Ajuda. After the sunset the colors of the sky change and create an amazing experience, helped by the wines of the south region of Setúbal that we serve freely during the tour. We hear Fado all the way which gives the right environment to enjoy the cruise, the wine, the views and the amazing sailors stories around the Lisbon traditional boats.

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According to legend, Lisbon was built upon hills, and with this electric bike tour, you’ll be able to scale them with the help of our electric bikes, to discover the city’s best highlights and scenic views. It's without a doubt the best way to experience the history, culture, and people of Lisbon.

Visit the beautiful Alfama, Chiado and Bairro Alto districts, and cycle pass Lisbon landmarks like Sé de Lisboa Cathedral and others. Ride up to the highest spots in the city, such as the National Pantheon and the São Vicente Monastery, and enjoy magnificent 360- degree views over Lisbon’s beautiful landscapes.

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Take advantage of your short time in Lisbon on this action-packed 3h electric tuk-tuk tour.

Driven by a local guide, electric tuk-tuks offer the perfect transport for navigating Lisbon’s narrow streets, historic neighborhoods like Alfama and Mouraria, and stop at a viewpoint for a photo or and to enjoy the experience.

Belém is also another stop of this tour.

Learn about Lisbon’s long history and learn about its well-kept secrets from your storyteller driver, as you zip through the city. Let's discover Lisbon!

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Lisbon, the capital city of Portugal, is becoming more accessible for people with disabilities and seniors. The city is improving infrastructure and facilities to make it easier for everyone to get around. Transportation Public transportation in Lisbon has become more convenient for people with disabilities and seniors. Bus and Metro systems have low-floor vehicles that have seats reserved for people with disabilities or seniors. These vehicles also have an extended ramp that makes it easier to move in and out of the vehicle. Moreover, all metro stations have wide platforms and elevators or escalators, which make it easier for people with disabilities and seniors to move around. Taxis in Lisbon have also become more accessible. However, there are still some taxi companies offering accessible vehicles with ramps and other features like good air conditioning and space. Attractions, Museums, and Monuments The authorities have made many of the city’s tourist attractions more accessible. The Jeronimos Monastery, for example, has a ramp for wheelchair users, and many museums in Lisbon have good accessibility for people with disabilities and seniors. Restaurants and Bars Many of the restaurants and bars in the city are now equipped with ramps, adapted toilets, and special seating for people with disabilities and seniors. Beaches in Lisbon Several beaches in Lisbon have access ramps and adapted toilets. Praia de Carcavelos, Praia da Torre, and Praia da Rainha are just a few examples of beaches with infrastructure specifically designed for people with disabilities. Hotels and Accommodation Many hotels offer accommodations that are tailored for people with disabilities and seniors. Rooms have adapted bathrooms, grab rails, and lower beds that make it easier for guests to get in and out. Additionally, the staff at these hotels is trained to facilitate the needs of guests with disabilities or seniors by providing them with additional support. General Facilities The city has a 24-hour emergency service for people with disabilities or seniors called \"Linha SOS\". Moreover, many pharmacies, supermarkets, and other establishments have ramps, or they are at least accessible. Infrastructure and facilities in Lisbon are continually improving to become more inclusive. Apart from public transportation and tourist attractions, many other public buildings and facilities aim to provide a pleasant and comfortable space for everyone, regardless of their mobility limitation.
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