Why Travelers Choose Our Tour?
Free Cancellation Available
Cancel up to 24hours in advance and receive a full return
Masks Required and all areas that customers touch are frequently cleaned
Instant confirmation and Mobile Voucher
No need to print use your phone
Maximum of 12 people per group
Intimate experience on a small group
Live Local Guide
English Speaking Guide
- All Year – Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday
Meeting point – 10:00 am – In front of D. Pedro IV statue at Rossio square
Price: Regular 18 Euros – Under 12 is free of charge
Free Cancellation Available: Cancel up to 24hours in advance and receive a full return
Included: – Pastel de Nata (custard tart) – One tapa and Wine Tasting – Local English Speaking Guide
Not Included: Lunch – Guided Visit inside the monuments – Gratuities – Vintage Cable Car Tram Ticket- Hotel Pick-up and drop-off
Places we visit: Baixa, Carmo, Chiado, Alfama
Additional Info: Bring comfortable shoes, comfortable clothes and a face mask – Travelers should have a moderate physical fitness level – Not wheelchair accessible
- This tour is a unique way to see and experience historical Lisbon.
Local guides give you a great insight into Lisbon’s lifestyle, history and culture as well useful tips, during this 3h walk tour.
Get to know the highlights of Lisbon passing by on the important neighbourhoods of Lisbon: Rossio, Restauradores, Carmo, Chiado, Alfama and Comércio square.
Taste the famous Pastel de Nata and stop for a wine tasting and a tapa (cheese and chouriço).
Intimate experience with a local guide and Maximum of 12 people per group
Avoid the stress of walking in the narrow streets of the old town Lisbon
Visit the Rossio square, the heart of both old and new Lisbon. Learn how the city of Lisbon was destroyed in the 18th century and then totally rebuilt to become the city of today. Take a look at the Obelisk on the Restauradores Square, commemorating the Restoration of Portugal’s independence from Spain in 1640, after sixty years of Spanish rule. Marvel at the intricate Neo-Manueline architecture of the Rossio Central Station.
Learn about the Carnation Revolution of 1974 as you visit the beautiful Carmo Square. At the place where Portugal’s old dictatorial regime fell after 48 years. Walk through the elegant Chiado neighbourhood, with its old cafés, theatres and bookstores. Now it’s time to have a pause and try the typical Portuguese pastry – the famous Pastel de Nata and understand why is so popular in our country.
Wander through the old maze of small squares and narrow alleyways of the Moorish Alfama neighbourhood, where time seems to have stopped a thousand years ago. Learn about Fado, Portugal’s own musical genre, as you go past the Fado Museum and some Alfama’s hideen, intimate Fado restaurants.
Stop for a glass of wine and a chouriço and cheese tasting at a typical wine bar. Pass at Lisbon’s Cathedral, the city’s oldest church, built in 1147. Finish your tour in Praça do Comércio, formerly the entrance hall of the city, one of Europe’s largest and most beautiful squares.
- Meeting point: 10:00 am – In front of D. Pedro IV statue at Rossio square – Address: Praça D. Pedro IV – Metro Stop: Rossio
Arrive 10min before to avoid delays. In case of delays please contact us + 351 968 412 612 – Our guide is wearing a Badge with a blue ribbon.
- Covid-19 Safety Measures
Mandatory mask use in closed spaces for clients and guides: inside monuments and inside any indoor place visited during the tour.
Client should bring their own masks, but we can also provide them if necessary when required in advance.
To allow greater distance between clients, reduction of the maximum allowed capacity according to current legislation.
Provision of alcohol-based hand disinfectant towels wherever necessary.
Our local partners will provide the adequate safety measures during tastings (when included in the walking tour)
Please take the necessary precautions: wash your hands often, use hand sanitizer throughout the day (especially before and after touching things that are of common use), keep a safe distance between yourself and others and use the inside of your elbow or a tissue when sneezing and coughing.
If you have the following simptoms – a temperature of 37.5ºC or higher, cough, sore throat – you should not make the tour and advise us as soon as possible.
The tour might be cancelled (or client advised to change the date) if we don’t have a minimum of 2 people.
You may cancel up to 2 hours before the tour start time if you are not feeling well, and receive a full refund or travel credit
- Frequently Asked Questions
How to book if my group is more then 12 people?
You can make the booking for as many people you want, but keeping in mind that the group will be split in different groups with different guides, maximum 12 people per group.
I don’t want to join a group, can I make a booking just for me and my family?
We also have this tour as a private option. If you book it, it’s only going to be you and your family with the guide. And if you are staying a 5-10 minute walking distance from the city centre, we can pick you up at your hotel or address. Just follow this link to make the booking.
I’m bringing a baby or a child. Is it possible to carry a stroller?
It could be difficult due to cobblestones street and the hills that we’ll walk up and down. To avoid delaying the rest of the group, a good idea is to do this tour as a private walk.
One of the persons in the group is on a wheel chair, is it possible to join the tour?
It’s not possible, but you can contact us, because we can give you contact of a specialized tour company that will take you.
What if it’s raining?
We do the tour always. Only if there are any alert by authorities saying that there is danger on the visited region, we will cancel the tour (with full refund) or try to reschedule for another date