- Small-group guided walking tour of Lisbon (limited to 20 people)
- Visit Sé de Lisboa cathedral, the Eden Theatre, Foz Palace and Rossio Central Station
- Walk around Lisbon's oldest district, Alfama, and the elegant Chiado neighborhood
- Enjoy a short trip aboard one of the oldest trams in Lisbon
- Learn about Fado (a type of music) and the city's history and culture
Recent Photos of This Tour
dom pedro squarePhoto by: C S
Netherlands, 03 2012
Santo António Church ...Photo by: Kathleen H
Praca do RossioPhoto by: Kathleen H
Local street art in AlfamaPhoto by: Christopher G
TRANVÍAPhoto by: MARIA BEGOÑA M
Rossio SquarePhoto by: Sara T
Charming back alleysPhoto by: Kay
Longest Operating Bookshop is ...Photo by: Kay
streetcarPhoto by: C S
Netherlands, 03 2012
What You Can Expect
From here, admire Liberdade Avenue, the Eden Theatre (one of the best examples of Portuguese Art Deco), and the 18th-century Foz Palace. Marvel at the intricate Neo-Manueline architecture of Rossio Central Station, which connects the city to Sintra through a 1.61-mile-long (2.6 km) tunnel and is considered to be one of the most important engineering works of Portugal from the 19th century.
Next, learn about the Carnation Revolution as you visit beautiful Carmo Square, the very place where Portugal’s old dictatorial regime fell in 1974 after 48 years and where the Carmelite's Carmo Convent is located. Then walk through the elegant Chiado neighborhood, with its old cafés, boutiques, theaters and bookstores. Spend some time in this aristocratic quarter, one of the most interesting pedestrian areas in Lisbon, before enjoying a short trip on one of Lisbon’s vintage trams (fare included).
When you get off the tram, wander through the small squares, twisting streets and blind alleys where the roofs almost touch each other of Alfama, a Moorish neighborhood and the oldest district in Lisbon. This is the birthplace of Fado, Portugal's own musical genre. Learn about this type of music as you pass the Fado Museum and some hidden Fado restaurants.
Then admire the beauty of Sé de Lisboa cathedral, the city’s oldest church. End your tour in Commerce Square (Praça do Comércio), one of Europe’s largest squares that was for centuries a reception hall for visitors arriving by sea.
Excellent tour with Sofia, and colleagues. Defiantly reccommend
Although we were a small group of four English speakers, Magarita was fullyengaged and supplied us with all the history and background as if this was her first assignment and we were the only clients she needed to impress. A walking tour helps orientate the visitor to Lisbon very quickly, where the old town ends and the new city starts and all the history around Al Fama and Maidera (spelling).