Cycle Portugal’s hilly capital with ease on this electric bike tour in Lisbon. Cruise above back streets and through historical neighborhoods like Alfama, Bairrio Alto, and Chiado. Your simple-to-operate electric bike will allow you to discover St George Castle (Castelo de São Jorge) perched high above the city without spending too much energy. No Lisbon bike tour is complete without seeing landmarks like Sé de Lisboa Cathedral, the citadel of Santa Cruz and Santa Engracia Church, and Portugal's National Pantheon.
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Meet your guide at Central Lisbon, near Baixa Chiado station for your independent electric bike tour of Lisbon. Listen to a safety briefing explaining the simple operating principles and don’t worry no experience is necessary. Pop on your helmet and begin pedaling as normal. Want to take a break from pedaling, just flip on the battery switch and power your way up hills or long straightaways. Plus, use your lock (provided) to stop for breaks at landmarks, cafes, and more.
Using your map (provided), set off for Avenida da Liberdade (Liberdade Avenue) and cycle along to Eden Theater. Observe its architecture a primary example of Portuguese Art Deco. Nearby, see the 18th-century Foz Palace. Then, flip on the power and climb to St George Castle perched on a commanding hilltop where you can admire stunning views. Want more views? Head to the top of Eduardo VII Park and snap perfect panoramas.
Turn off the power as you wind your way down to Rossio Square featuring Portuguesa pavement. Notice the stylish stones arranged in incredible wave-like patterns. Then, continue on to historic Rossio Central Station, Carmo Square, and Restauradores Square.
This bike tour of Lisbon is a great opportunity to see Alfama, the home of Fado - Portugal’s melancholic music featured in UNESCO’s Intangible Cultural Heritage list. Cruise along slim corridors lined with moorish influenced homes and cherish the heritage of this old neighborhood. Capture views of Lisbon’s oldest church, Sé de Lisboa Cathedral, and then cycle to the refined Chiado neighborhood. Here, lock your bike and stroll to elegant boutiques, cute cafés, and bookstores. Hop back on your bike and check-out the lively Baixa district.
Cycle or enjoy or let the bike do the work along the Tagus River in the district of Belem. Visit beautiful UNESCO World Heritage Sites like Jerónimos Monastery and the 16th-century Tower of Belem both designed in the Portuguese Manueline architecutural style.
Finish your independent electric bike tour and rental back at the shop after a fun and easy day exploring Lisbon!