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Experience Lisbon at night on a 3-hour small-group walking tour that includes a tasting of Portuguese cuisine and a live fado performance. You’ll ride a vintage tram, get views of the city from the Castle Hills, and experience the soulful Alfama neighborhood, then pause for Portuguese tapas, wine, and ginjinha liqueur while taking in a traditional fado show. This 3-hour Lisbon evening tour includes all activities and tastings, and it’s limited to 12 people for a more personal experience.
Escape the midday heat and explore Lisbon in the atmospheric evening light on this 4-hour sightseeing tour, including dinner and fado show. Tick off historic highlights such as the Marquis of Pombal Square, Rossio Square, and Belem, home to the UNESCO-listed Belem Tower (Torre de Belem). Sample a delectable ‘pasteis de Belem’ (custard tart), dine on traditional Portuguese dishes, and experience a fado performance in a candle-lit tavern.
Romance and culture run deep during this private guided sunset walking tour with Fado show and dinner in Lisbon. As the golden sun begins to dwindle, wind along old cobblestone streets of Alfama and relish the multicultural ambiance of the Mouraria district. This private tour is highlighted by a vintage tram ride, a taste of classic sour cherry ‘ginjinha’ liqueur, and will enlighten you to the roots of Fado in Alfama. Plus, capture stunning sunset views from two different vantage points. Then, cap off a perfect evening at a classic Fado restaurant where your will savor a 3-course Portuguese feast and watch a rousing performance of melancholic Fado.
Experience the melancholic vibes of a stirring 50-minute live Fado show in Lisbon’s Chiado district. During the show soak up the sounds of a female and male singer alongside a pair of acoustic guitarists who bring soulful Fado to life. You will listen to Portugal’s own music genre that’s sure to inspire the rest of your stay in Lisbon.
Discover the nostalgic and melancholic music of Fado during this 4-hour tour. Take a short city tour and explore the area where this music genre was born. Then head to a Fado house and sit down to a delicious Portuguese dinner complete with local wines. Feel the voices and 12-string guitars fill the room as you enjoy a live Fado performance that is quintessential to Portuguese culture.
Discover Portugal’s UNESCO-listed folk heritage during an intimate dinner show in Lisbon. Start your evening soaking up the atmosphere of Lisbon by night as you explore the historic Alfama district and admire illuminated landmarks like the National Pantheon and Lisbon Cathedral. Then, indulge in a delicious dinner of typical Portuguese cuisine, while listening to traditional Fado music performed by live musicians.
Feel like a true VIP football fan on this private behind-the-scenes tour of Lisbon’s Estádio do Sport Lisboa e Benfica stadium. Built for the Euro 2004 Championships, it has enough capacity for 65,400 fans, making it the largest stadium by capacity in Europe. Your sports fanatic guide will teach you about the inner workings of Portugal’s thriving football scene, including its famed football club, Sport Lisboa e Benfica. See the stadium’s areas for VIP fans and visit the Benfica museum for a more in-depth look at Portugal’s history of sports.
Discover the beautiful, melancholic sounds of Fado on a tour through some of Lisbon’s oldest neighborhoods. Enjoy a homemade Portuguese dinner at a local establishment before touring the tiny, winding streets of Alfama and Mouraria to learn about the history of Fado. End the night at a traditional Fado house and listen to the heartfelt songs while enjoying local wines and snacks.
The folk music tradition of Fado is preserved on UNESCO’s World Intangible Cultural Heritage list and attending a live concert is a quintessential experience for visitors to Portugal. On this tour, enjoy an unforgettable evening of entertainment at the ‘Fado Inside the Box’ concert, held at the historic venue, Adega Machado. During the 1-hour show, sip a glass of red or white wine and snack on typical Portuguese canapés.
Fado is a music genre that’s unique to Portugal, and is UNESCO-listed as a World Intangible Cultural Heritage. By going on a tour with a guide, you’ll get the most out of your time in Lisbon, by learning about the story and history of Fado, as well as listening to the music. You won’t have to wait in long lines as entrance to a Fado show, and one drink is included.
Discover the soulful sounds of Fado during this 4-hour small-group tour. Enjoy a brief evening tour of the historic district on your way to the local Fado house and learn about the music genre’s Lisbon origins. Then enjoy a delicious Portuguese dinner while listening to the Fado singers’ mournful voices croon the songs of the city.
Visit the biggest stadium in Portugal, Benfica, on this 2-hour tour. Step inside the 65,000-seat stadium where the 2014 Champions League final was held and visit its locker rooms, press boxes, and even walk on the lawn. After the tour, head to the museum to learn more about the Benfica team and stadium with over 20,000 documents, images, and relics.
Calling all football fans, make the most of your time inside Estádio do Sport Lisboa e Benfica on a 3-hour tour including hotel pickup and drop-off in Lisbon. At a morning or afternoon departure time, travel to the stadium with ease in an air-conditioned vehicle and embark on a tour of the locker rooms, executive seats, and the pitch. See, too, more than 20,000 exhibits dedicated to SL Benfica, a top Portuguese soccer team, in the stadium’s museum.
Combine an atmospheric tramcar ride through Lisbon’s historic neighborhoods with a traditional Fado show on this great-value combo tour. Maximise your time in the city with a hop-on hop-off tramcar tour, visiting the hilltop neighborhoods of Alfama, Castelo and Bairro Alto, St George's Castle, and Lisbon Cathedral, then enjoy an evening of live Portuguese folk music.
Experience Lisbon’s unique culture like a local on this evening walking tour and discover where the musical genre Fado was born. As you walk through some of Lisbon's old districts, your guide will explain the history of Fado, which started here in the 1820s. Along several stops, enjoy traditional small dishes and 'petiscos' (local finger food) and listen to Fado live performances, songs about lost love and 'saudade,' a feeling of longing.
Enjoy an evening of fado music and traditional Portuguese cuisine on a private tour in Lisbon. You'll see the city as it lights up after dark, pause for coffee and a pastry in the riverside neighborhood of Belem, then listen to the haunting sound of fado music as you dine. With pickup and drop-off at hotels in Lisbon, this is a great introduction to fado, enshrined by UNESCO as part of the world's Intangible Heritage.
THE IDEAL TOUR IF YOU SEEK A MIX OF CULTURE AND LEISURE!.In order to build up our appetite, we'll begin the day with a bit of culture & history in Mafra, just 30min from Lisbon: We’ll visit one of the most iconic portuguese royal palaces. It’s a place of magic where one massive building houses a convent, a palace, a basilica and one of the most beautiful libraries in the world!After that, we’ll visit the fishing village of Ericeira, where we'll show you the local fishing spot and the local fish market in order to buy a fresh fish for lunch. We know you might be hungry but don't worry! We will provide you with some local delicaciesAfter this brief visit, we will head towards an old family owned vineyard where we will go on a wine tour... The culmination of the day will take place shortly at the same place, lunch with a fresh fish grilled to perfection (meat and vegetarian options available)… Lunch will take place on the outside and facing the vineyards!
Visit the cities most important touristic attractions and a bit more! From Lisbon's downtown, to Belem, Monsanto and Parque das Nações (where major events are hosted). In an extra-small (up to 6 people) private group, you will feel comfortable, engaged to the visit and have all the tour guides attention for your questions and comments, for 8 hours. You'll be driven by a professional driver while the tour guide explains all the magic that makes Lisbon the World's Leading City Destination. There will be enough time to visit important monuments (outside), take pictures and stop for a coffee. Pickup and drop-off are included in any city's location (except airport), as well as bottled water and snacks.
In this full day tour we will discover the region of Mafra, visiting the most picturesque scenery north of Lisbon, starting with the nature to explore the region, visiting some of the historical monuments of Mafra, passing through hidden Cascades, curious geological formations, learning about the culture of the region.Finally ending with a wine tasting of the best local vintages.
The passion for football runs through your veins? Score a goal during this private tour created for those that can't get enough of this sport in their lives. Visit the Benfica Stadium & its museum with a true aficionado, and enjoy a beer while sharing incredible football stories with a local.
In 1632 an English Seminary was founded in Lisbon that would later be named Convento dos Inglesinhos. The Church of St. Peter and St. Paul was built as an integral part of this Convent, having been desecrated by the Catholic Church in 1976. It is in this unique venue that FADO IN INGLESINHOS takes place. It offers the opportunity to enjoy 1 hour of a magical and intimate show, combining excellent musicians with an extraordinary environment.
For approximately 2 hours, you will enjoy Lisbon seen from the Tagus River. Without doubt the best view of Lisbon.The tour goes to the mouth of the river Tagus, to see the most beautiful monuments dedicated to the triumphal period of the Discoveries: Jeronimos Monastery, Monument to the Discoveries and the Tower of Belém. On the way back, you will take the most beautiful photos of the MAAT, Christ King, Ponte 25 de Abril until you reach one of the most beautiful squares in the world: Praça do Comércio, also known as Terreiro do Paço, for being the site of the palace of the kings of Portugal for about 2 centuries. From the Terreiro do Paço, it is possible to see all of Lisbon's old quarter, with the Castle of São Jorge, the Lisbon Cathedral built in 1147, the historical districts such as Alfama, Mouraria and Graça, as well as the Church of Santa Engrácia, converted in the 19th century in the National Pantheon, where Portuguese figures such as Amália Rodrigues, João de Deus and Eusebio are buried.
When your cruise ship drops anchor in Lisbon, make the most of your time in Portugal’s capital on a private shore excursion. Eliminate the stress of navigating a new city as a private guide transports you between top attractions such as Belém Tower (Torre de Belém) and Lisbon Cathedral (Se de Lisboa). Then, you’ll experience a fado show and enjoy a traditional Portuguese dinner. Hotel pickup and drop-off are included.
THIS IS THE IDEAL TOUR FOR FOODIES!Get in touch with Portuguese gastronomy from A to Z . This means getting familiar with the history of the place, the people behind the product, the origin of the dish, its confection and ultimately tasting a rich cuisine.