Experience the compelling spectrum of Lisbon’s best sites during a convenient hop-on hop-off bus tour, with tickets valid for 48-hours. See Lisbon’s many attractions from three distinct routes. Aboard a typical hop-on hop-off double decker bus, venture along the routes to famous squares like Rossio Square and Square of the Fig Tree located in the charming Baixa neighborhood. The third route will take you to see the main sights of Belém. Plus, the tour includes entrance to the Santa Justa lift, discount books full of great deals and free select public buses and the city’s funicular rides.
Hop-on hop-off tour of Lisbon with three routes
Explore Lisbon at your own pace and hop off the buses at any stop you wish
Visit Lisbon's top attractions including Rossio Square, Santa Justa Lift and Belém Tower
Make use of a ticket that’s valid for 48 hours from time of first use
Enjoy access to Santa Justa Lift, the Lisbon funiculars and select public buses
After selecting a convenient starting location, begin packing in the sights with your ticket to Lisbon’s hop-on hop-off bus ride, valid for 48-hours. Then, enjoy the first of three different tour loops aboard a double decker bus or Lisbon’s vintage tram. With ample time, visit this hilly capital’s elegant squares, see its romanesque and Moorish influenced architecture, and explore the alleyways of its old neighborhoods. Easily get around with additional free rides on Lisbon’s funiculars and select public buses. Cap off your 48-hour tour with a free ticket aboard Carmo lift where you can capture stellar panoramic views of Lisbon. Lisbon Belem Tour: As you cruise along the Tagus River, the longest river on the Iberian Peninsula, stop at Lisbon’s best squares. First head to Square of the Fig Tree (Praça da Figueira) and see the famous monument to King Peter the IV. Then visit Marquess of Pombal Square (Praça do Marquês de Pombal) and Restauradores Square (Praça dos Restauradores) surrounded with buildings boasting beautiful art deco façades. Continue on to the Belém area where many Portuguese explorers embarked on their journeys of discovery. Modern Lisbon Tour: Hop-on your double-decker bus and head to Lisbon’s fascinating museums. First, hop-off at the Oceanarium, the largest indoor aquarium in Europe with 16,000 individuals and 450 species (admission not included). Next, stop at Casa dos Bicos, one of few buildings to survive the disastrous 1755 Lisbon earthquake that destroyed most of the city. Move on to the Azulejo Museum and see a collection of decorative ceramic tiles and learn the history of their use in Lisbon from the 15th century to modern day. Monumental Belém Tour Get on a minibus to admire the must-see monuments and cultural icons in Belém are cultural icons. Because of the unique combination of historical and cultural monuments located here, such as the Jerónimos Monastery, Belém Cultural Centre, Tower of Belém, Monument to the Discoveries, Palace of Ajuda and the Carriage Museum, and their sheer number, the best way to visit all of them is on the Belém Tour!
This is a good way to see Lisbon if you only have a short time to visit. The commentary was informative and the routes covered all the important sights. The 48 hour ticket is especially good as it covers regular buses and trams as well as the tour buses and tram. Glad we did it.
This was awesome!! I was in Lisbon with my husband for a week. I had to work and my husband was on his own. During the day, he used this tour as a way to get around town. It suited his schedule. It was flexible, dependable and extremely cost effective. What a great way to see such a beautiful city. I highly recommend this as an option to anyone visiting the city.
It served its purpose but Lisbon just doesn't have enough interesting places to get off at. Other cities of the world have hoardes of people getting on and off at each stop, sadly Lisbon only had a few and for some odd reason we stopped at places for 10 minutes when there was no one getting on or off. As usual with these tours they take you to the right spots and help you get orientated.