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  • Location:Lisbon, Portugal
  • Duration:3 hours 30 minutes (approx.)
See and taste your way through Lisbon on this three- to four-hour small-group walking tour of the city. With historic highlights, culinary delights and local interaction, this tour offers a unique insight into Portugal's capital. Visit some of Lisbon’s famous squares. Explore vibrant, multicultural neighborhoods. Snack on delicious pastries, fresh seafood and Portuguese wine. Learn about the city's heroes and history-makers. Cross the River Tagus on a ferry, and take in panoramic views of the city.


  • Cultural, historical and culinary walking tour of Lisbon
  • See local life in the districts of Mouraria, Chiado and Barrio Alto
  • Taste traditional pastries, cheese, seafood, wine and coffee (included)
  • Take a short ferry trip to the south bank of the River Tagus
  • Learn about the history, culture and lifestyle of Lisbon and Portugal
  • Small-group tour limited to 12 people for a more personalized experience

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What You Can Expect

Experience Lisbon: Small-Group Walking Tour with Food and Wine Tastings

Experience Lisbon: Small-Group Walking Tour with Food and Wine Tastings

Begin your walking tour of Lisbon at Restauradores Square, the perfect spot to hear a bit of Lisbon history. Your informative local guide will tell you about Portugal’s Restoration years and what effect this period had on the places you will see during your three- to four-hour tour.

Get on the move by exploring the magnetic neighborhood of Mouraria, a melting pot of cultures and one of the city’s most modern areas, where tourists don't often venture. Pass small churches, mosques and shops selling goods from far-away places. Learn about Fado, Portugal's own music genre that was declared a UNESCO Intangible Cultural Heritage, as you walk past the birthplace of the legendary Maria Severa (Fado’s first superstar).

Next, visit a small, hidden bakery where traditional pastries and coffee will provide you with a tasty treat and another insight into local life in Lisbon. Then, walk past the beautiful Gothic-style Rossio train station, visit Rossio Square (Lisbon’s main square) and find out how much the city has changed since the devastating earthquake of 1755 that destroyed 85 percent of the city.

Continue visiting historical landmarks, churches and other attractions before stopping again for a taste of Portuguese cheese and locally made marmalade. Then see the picturesque Carmo Square with its beautiful Carmo Convent, and walk up to the top of the famous Santa Justa funicular to enjoy wonderful views.

Walk through the trendy old district of Chiado, an aristocratic quarter home to small shopping centers, boutiques, historical cafes and old bookstores. Compare it with Barrio Alto, Lisbon’s bohemian district and the center for nightlife. Then take a short ferry ride on the River Tagus toward the picturesque Cacilhas, where Portuguese green wine and freshly caught seafood awaits. Enjoy magnificent views from the south bank before returning to central Lisbon.

Customer Reviews

5 star rating: Highly Recommended September 2015

Our guide was Pedro, excellent guide. He answered all our questions. Didn't rush us. We enjoyed his presence and he enjoyed ours. At the end of the trip we went to a nice restaurant to taste portuguese sausage and have a glass of wine.

5 star rating: Highly Recommended September 2015

A wonderful 4 hours was spent with Margarida , our local guide, who was very knowledgable about the history and culture of the city. She entertained us with lots of information, interspersed with stops for coffee, wine, beer and we ended up taking the ferry across the river and sampling some local seafood. It was a great introduction to this vibrant city and she certainly knew how to make the most of the 4 hours. Highly recommended.

5 star rating: Highly Recommended August 2015

Tour was great as was Sophia. The only down fall is it stated it was 3 hours and 30 minutes but Sophia stated it was at least 4 hours and 30 minutes so we missed the end of the tour which was the best because we had to be elsewhere at 3:00. We probably shouldn't have committed to another appointment so close together but we thought we had an hour in between. I would recommend this tour.

5 star rating: Highly Recommended August 2015

Excelente! Fue una gran experiencia, la guía asignada Sofía fue amable, conocedora de Lisboa, nos llevo a los sitios que dificilmente se pueden ir sin una guía adecuada.

5 star rating: Highly Recommended August 2015

Excelente! Tuvimos una excelente guía, nos mostró lo mejor de Sevilla, los sitios donde seguramente sin un guía no iríamos. Conocer e intercambiar experiencias con otras personas fue una parte agradable del tour. Lo recomiendo, son 4 horas muy bien invertidas en Lisboa.

5 star rating: Highly Recommended August 2015

Highly experienced and knowledgeable guide, who was polite, friendly and clearly was proud of her city. The food and wine was a very good representation of the diverse Portuguese culture. We covered a lot of ground, but didn't feel rushed. This is a great way to experience the wide and divers culture that make up Lisbon and to learn about their proud heritage.I absolutely loved this Lisbon experience.

5 star rating: Highly Recommended August 2015

My husband and I were in Lisbon for our honeymoon and are both big foodies. We had some a similar food walking tour through Viator in Rome and it was an absolute highlight of the trip so we decided to do it again in Lisbon. The tour group was about 10 people - a great size to be able to walk around and still have an interesting group. Our guide, Sofia, was so warm and friendly and also very knowledgable about the city's history, neighborhoods, and various food cultural traditions. We started our walk in one of the main squares and after a brief introduction walked over to an old and beautiful historic church and the city's Tolerance Memorial. We also sampled the unique cherry liquor known to Lisbon. Afterward it was to a different neighborhood for a coffee and morning egg tart and other pastries. Yum! From there we went to a little market shop to try amazing cheese with the original, and Portuguese style marmalade, which the British learned about from them and transformed into their version. We also walked up to various hilled areas of the city for an incredible view and a refreshing beer, or lemonade, before heading over to the ferry for a quick ride to a great seafood lunch. The ferry was a great way to see the beautiful Lisbon coastline. Along the way Sofia made the whole experience very interesting and enjoyable - it felt like we were her guests. She gave good suggestions for others things to do in Lisbon at the end of the tour. It's a good half-day and lots of walking so wear appropriate shoes etc. We both had a great time and would highly recommend it to others looking for a unique and real way to experience the food, people, culture, and history of Lisbon.

5 star rating: Highly Recommended August 2015

Great way to experience Lisbon. Tour guide was very informative and the food and wine was execellent.

5 star rating: Highly Recommended August 2015

Excellent. The guide was energetic and informative. The group interacted well and it was very good value as it lasted from 10.30 am until 4.30 pm. Interesting places and food.

5 star rating: Highly Recommended July 2015

Great informative and enjoyable tour with lovely guide.

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