All inclusive is our best-selling tour!
In 5 hours you can visit the most important landmarks of Lisbon aboard an Eco Tuk-Tuk guided by a local Storyteller. The eco-tuk drivers have a natural vocation to tell stories and make people feel at home.
We have a list of things that we would like to show you in Lisbon – the coolest capital in Europe. See if there is something on this list that you may appreciate:
A wide glittering river, limpid skies, steep cobbled streets, palaces, churches, a glorious castle, splendid decorative tiles, fresh seafood to eat outside a tasca (bar) in the sun, an exuberant district called Bairro Alto with more than 250 appealing bars, world’s best custard cakes, Fado music, the poetry of Fernando Pessoa, dolphins, surf and ferries, fabulous design, museums, awarded wines, craft beer, 7 cinematic hills, ancient ruins, outstanding architecture, belvederes, the iconic yellow Tram 28, vintage shops, the out of space flea market, and very, very nice people…
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Commerce Square – Lisbon’s main square. Before it was destroyed by the earthquake of 1755, the Royal Palace was located here and this place worked as the commercial port of the city, it was considered the “door” to Lisbon.
Alfama – The city’s oldest neighborhood, home to traditional Fado houses and colorful narrow streets. A place where you feel like you’ve stepped back in time.
Belém – Always associated with the early Portuguese explorers and the Age of Discovery. Here you may find many historic monuments that celebrate this glorious past, some of them are listed as Unesco World Heritage (Belém Tower, Jeronimos Monastery).
Degustation Experiences Included:
Custard Cake (pastel de nata) – The mecca for those who wish to try the best pastéis de nata in town is Antiga Confeitaria de Belém. The challenge: try to eat only one.
Ginja Liquor – Ginja means cherry in Portuguese and is one of the typical drinks you must try in Lisbon. Instructions: Order your liquor “com ginja” (with a cherry in the glass) or “sem ginja” (without the cherry).
Codfish Cake – For a petisco (snack) you can´t miss the chance to try the traditional pastel de bacalhau (codfish cake). Bacalhau (codfish) is one of Portugal’s culinary mascots.