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Enjoy an authentic cultural experience in Lisbon during a private evening sightseeing tour including a fado show and dinner. On a private panoramic tour of Lisbon, you’ll see Lisbon Cathedral and the historic Alfama neighborhood illuminated by night. Then, head to a traditional Portuguese restaurant and enjoy a delicious meal while listening to a fado performance. Enjoy drinks and receive undivided attention from your private guide during the sightseeing tour of Lisbon.

Highlights

  • Private 5-hour Lisbon sightseeing tour including a fado show and dinner

  • See Lisbon landmarks illuminated by night on an evening sightseeing tour

  • Feast on Portuguese culinary classics in a traditional restaurant

  • Witness the melodious singing of a typical fado performance

  • Receive undivided attention during this private tour

What You Can Expect

Private Prestige Tour - Authentic Lisbon Fado Show and Dinner

Lisbon at night

At your Lisbon hotel, greet your private guide and board an air-conditioned vehicle. During your evening sightseeing tour of Portugal’s capital, you’ll see illuminated landmarks such as Lisbon Cathedral (Se de Lisboa) and the National Pantheon. Marvel at the glittering beauty of the historic Alfama district as you listen to commentary from your personal guide.

Then, head to a traditional restaurant to enjoy Portuguese culinary classics. Sip refreshing drinks as you pleasure your palate with robust flavors, and feel the atmosphere crackle as the lights are dimmed and fado performers take to the stage.

After listening to the melodious music of fado, travel to a popular viewpoint to enjoy panoramic vistas of the luminescent city. Your tour concludes with drop-off at your Lisbon accommodation.

Customer Reviews

Yvonne Q

2 star rating: It was OK, but could have been better June 2016

Our tour guide was apparently a last minute replacement and his English was hard to understand. He drive us to a few sights around town before dropping us at the Fado show. We were crammed into a smallish room with many large tour groups. The food was fine. We could only see the heads of the artists and couldn't see the musicians at all as they were seated. I had understood that Fado was a melancholy song style indicating longing but this show was jokey upbeat songs with the waiters peeking around the curtains joining in the songs and wearing silly wigs. I think we chose the wrong Fado show...

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