Explore the heart of Lisbon on this guided walking tour of the Baixa district. 6-guest limit ensures intimate, immersive experience.
• Enjoy a leisurely stroll along the historical quarters of the city, coupled with insightful commentary
• Visit the Church of Sao Roque and Sao Domingues
• Some of the best views of the city from the Santa Justa Elevator and the Sao Pedro de Alcantara viewpoint
• Explore Rossio Square and the Praça do Comercio
Jardim das Amoreiras – Principe Real – Bairro Alto – Baixa
Explore Lisbon, the City of Light and Queen of the Sea, on a 3-hour narrated walking tour. Begin at the peaceful Jardim das Amoreiras, where you can admire the 18th-century aqueduct surrounding the area. Then proceed with your guide to some of the main historical quarters of Lisbon. Next up: Principe Real, Bairro Alto, and Baixa. Your guide will provide you with detailed information on the history of each district, plus topics ranging from current events in Portugal to the country’s rich culinary traditions. This tour is conducted by a certified local guide whose mission is to inform travelers on what they need to know to enhance their stay in Lisbon, and to promote Portugal’s culture and heritage. From recommendations of things to do in the city, to insider advice on how to get around, to other areas you want to visit during your stay, feel free to ask your guide anything. A coffee or ice cream break halfway through the tour is also included.
More info about Lisbon:
Lisbon is Portugal’s coastal capital, also known as ‘the city of seven hills’. This is actually inaccurate, as Lisbon is sitting on eight hills (the eighth one being the tallest – Graça). But, don’t worry, a discrepancy in number of hills will definitely not affect your visit to this wonderful city.
More info about Portugal:
Portugal is a small European country on the Atlantic Ocean, sharing Iberian Peninsula with Spain. The country’s position at the sea has shaped its past and present and will inevitably shape its future. Portugal was major maritime power during 16th to 19th century and this has left deep impact into its culture and history.