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Avec votre guide sympathique et expérimenté, vous visiterez le château Saint-Georges et découvrirez Lisbonne depuis ses fabuleux belvédères. Traversez ensuite le pont du 25-Avril pour découvrir la statue du Christ Roi. Vous pourrez ensuite déjeuner dans un restaurant près de la mer (non inclus) et retourner à Lisbonne après une croisière (incluse) pour visiter le Monastère des Hiéronymites, la tour de Belém et déguster les délicieuses pâtisseries de Belém. Vous retournerez à votre hôtel vers 17:00-18:00. Cette excursion vous donnera un excellent aperçu de l’histoire et la culture de la ville de Lisbonne.
It was a private tour, only the two of us...but were left at the attractions to explore on our own. I would have preferred for our guide to be with us to explain and give us more details of what we were looking at.
Our tour was with Raul. Excellent guide that spoke English very well and knew politics and history to put the sights into perspective for us. Raul was refreshingly honest about all things. A great guy with great insights. Definitely recommend this tour to get a good overview of the city.
We were picked up at our hotel and continued on to pick up additional people. Our guide was very knowledgeable and spent the entire day with us to make sure we saw it all!! Very difficult for him to get around city with taxi strike. totally enjoyable day. Thank you!!!
Excellent tour. Raul was just awesome. One of best tour guides I had. He took us so many places in Lisbon and explained things very clearly and answered all the questions. He is funny and caring. Although things out of control did not work well because of Sunday. There was more people everywhere, traffic, some restaurant ran out of fish, ferry was not available since they were working on ramp, etc. But we got to all highlights on Lisbon and got to know the city well. Seem to be little rushed, but overall it was excellent tour. Highly recommend. Don't forget to tip.
This tour offered by Joaquim Lopes is a must do. The guy was professional , enthusiastic and itineary proivded was just nice for a day to cover all the must see in lisbon. Actually he also offered tour to Sintra and other places, we would highliy recommened to join the tour offered by him. Just take note that he will only send you the confirmation for the pick up the day before, so just wait for his email.
Our guide Jack was excellent. He provided us with a lot of history and information about day to day life. We are traveling with 3 kids ages 8, 11 and 13 and they also liked him a lot. I strongly recommend him.
Our guide, Miguel, picked us up at our hotel and drove us to the first stop, Monument to the Revolution of April 25. After that we continue the tour to Lisbon Cathedral and Church of St. Anthony. We then drove across the river to Sanctuary of Christ the King. After lunch, Miguel did a very good job telling us about the history and meaning behind Belém Tower, Monument to the Discoveries and Jerónimos Monastery. The tour was ended with Pastéis de Belém treats!
This was a great day out-the time flew by and we fitted so much in!!
We were collected from just outside our hotel, as arranged, exactly on time and taken to a viewpoint overlooking the castle where our fabulous guide, Joaquim, gave us a lot of really interesting history into the 'growth' of Lisbon. We visited the church on the site of the birth place of Saint Antonio and the 'Se' cathedral. All the while we were driving around our guide gave us information about the buildings we passed and the history of Lisbon, its 'rulers' and Portugal in general-and boy did he know a lot! We visited the 'free' water aqua duct, though didn't go on it, drove up liberation avenue, passing all the 5 hotels and Ronaldo's apartment building! We crossed the river on the 'golden gate' bridge to the statue of 'Christ', visited an old wooden ship that has been restored, headed up the coast to the most amazing stretch of golden beach at Costa Caparica, where we watched the surfers and ate a lunch of fish, not included in the tour cost. We crossed back over the river by ferry to visit Belem Tower, Jeronimos Monastery and church and bought hot custard tarts from the original bakery founded by a monk from the monastery, all complete with more history lessons from our guide.
All in all it was a great day. We were the only 4 people booked that day so had a really personal experience. Joaquim was excellent, funny and very knowledgeable and really made the day for us. I would definitely recommend this tour.