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Tour was good..a big problem was they combined the German Spanish and English tours. The woman took forever to explain everything to us and by the time she did so in every language the event or place had passed. The group was very large and in some places not all could fit to see. Take small tour.
There is quite a lot tucked into this tour! I hit almost all of the landmarks I wished to see in this afternoon, and since it was my first day in Lisbon, it was perfect to have additional background and general idea of locations so I could revisit if I wished. Our guide was very good and I was impressed with his knowledge of the locations and the languages to be able to tell us the story in 3 languages. Definitely a valuable experience!
Perfect way to visit the city highlights in half a day. Our guide gave us a lot of information during the way. Recommended
This tour was great. I loved Belem tower and Jerónimos Monastery and the guide gave me a lot of tips on Lisbon. High recommend
Great tour with a lot but not too much information. Guide was very competent, I would book an other tour with your company at any time.
Greart Tour- Excellent Tour Guide. No doubt
would use Viator again!
This tour presented a good overview of the City of Lisbon. Our guide made the tour so interesting. We even got great commentary while traveling to the Alfama during rush hour! Thanks again to Viator!
First I have to gripe about other Viator reviewers: Please write more than just "it was excellent" as this tells me
nothing about the tour. Please please please write details, be more descriptive for heavens sake. ***This was a nice orientation of Lisbon. I think it toured around letting you see some of the major monuments, can't exactly remember since I did a tour everyday. Definitely took us to some coach museum, I loved that it took us to Belem to see both the tower and the exploration monument (my two favorite things but didn't have enough time for each) but was still a surprise as I did not know we were headed there. I paid 5 euro for the tower and sprinted up all the way to top and took some pictures really quick and then ran back down to make the bus. For the monument there is a huge globe in front but too many bozos blocking u from taking a clean shot. Also took you to some huge church where Vasco Da Gama is buried. Then took you to some old art of town that was awesome cuz u walk up this cobbled stone road and see tons of restaurants, some are Fado, and end up in a nice souvenir shop that sells tons of different things I wanted to buy it all, plus you get to taste some wine there and buy bottles if you like. The only reason I didn't buy the wine is because I knew I was being dropped off in the city not at my hotel. The tour guide spoke maybe 4-5 languages, too many different languages were accommodated, throw out the italians haha.
I did the afternoon tour, and really enjoyed it. I was a bit sceptical before starting the tour as I am not the type of person to go on a coach tour, but decided to give it a try, and I am glad I did! We saw some of the main landmarks in Lisbon in half a day, and also went in some of them and got the guided tour of the interior. The guide was very knowledgeable and made it very interesting. The coach was very comfortable. On the whole a very worthwhile tour. They even pick you up from your hotel without extra cost providing you contact them and arrange this.