Your tour begins at the Hard Rock Café near the Resturadores metro station, where you’ll greet your guide and head to your first stop: Avenida de Liberdade. Delve into the rich history of Baixa neighborhood, home to Lisbon’s iconic tram, and then enter Igreja de Sao Domingos, a National Monument constructed in the 13th century.
Stop next to sample Ginjinha at a local tavern and learn of the morose events surrounding the Lisbon Massacre of 1506. Proceed to Praca da Figueira and Rua Augusta, areas of historic interest, and then ascend to the ancient neighborhood of Alfama in the 19th-century Santa Justa lift.
From an elevated vantage point, capture photographs of Lisbon’s orange roofs and the River Tagus before you descend to Lisbon Cathedral (Se de Lisboa) to discover the city’s oldest church, which dates back to 1147.
Your next stop is Commerce Square, dominated by the Triumphal Arch and statue of King Jose I, before heading to the sophisticated neighborhoods of Chiado and Barrio Alto, famed for their abundance of bars and restaurants.
See, too, Carmo Covent (Igreja do Carmo) and absorb panoramic city vistas from the Miradour Sao Pedro de Alcantara, Your tour concludes here.