Get acquainted with Lisbon's enigmatic Belém district on this 1.5-hour walking tour. See iconic landmarks like the UNESCO World Heritage–listed Belém Tower (Torre de Belém) and hear about where the ‘pastel de nata’ (custard pastry), a world-famous Portuguese staple, was invented. You’ll also receive a combined skip-the-line admission to the Belém Tower and the Monastery of St Jerome and visit the Monument to the Discoveries. This small-group tour is limited to just 14 participants.
Why Travelers Choose This Tour
With a knowledgeable Lisbon guide, you'll learn about the Age of Discovery, a period of European exploration that began in the early 15th century, when Portuguese ships set sail in search of new lands around the globe.