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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.

Highlights

  • 4-hour sunset Lisbon walking tour with fado dinner show
  • Explore the cobbled lanes of the old fado districts of Mouraria and Alfama
  • Sample Lisbon’s much-loved ginjinha cherry liqueur at a traditional tavern
  • Enjoy a live fado show at a restaurant in Alfama
  • Savor a 3-course Portuguese dinner serenaded by Lisbon’s haunting folk music
  • Ride a vintage tram and admire sunset city views from two viewpoints
  • Receive the undivided attention of a guide on a private tour

What You Can Expect

Private Tour: Lisbon Sunset Walking Tour with Fado Show and Dinner

Jump on board a historical tram in Lisbon

Set-off for a magical evening from central Lisbon on your private sunset tour with Fado show and dinner. Start with a stroll through Restauradores Square (Praça dos Restauradores) and learn how this square honors Portugal’s freedom from Spain in 1640.

Then, walk along Gates Sant Antão street where the old Sant Antão gates once protected the city. Sneak a peek at Casa Alentejo, a former Moorish palace converted to restaurant that captures the essence of Portugal’s famous Alentejo region.

Next, discover the culturally diverse district of Mouraira. At a nearby bar, wet your whistle with a taste of Lisbon’s ginjinha sour cherry liqueur as you tune in to background Fado. After, pop onto a vintage tram and climb to one of the city’s best vantage points, Our Lady of the Hills (Miradouro da Nossa Senhora do Monte). Focus your eyes over the city and swivel your head from the 25th of April Bridge (Ponte 25 de Abril) across the Tagus River to the commanding São Jorge castle (Castelo de São Jorge). But wait don’t Instagram your photo yet, grab more stunning shots at the Graça viewpoint (Miradouro da Graça) as you admire the Church of São Vicente and its monastery, where rests graves of several Portuguese kings.

Then it’s onward to the oldest Lisbon quarter, Alfama. Renown as the birthplace of the Portuguese musical genre Fado, wind along Alfama’s narrow cobblestone streets and soak up the moorish history. As night sets in, arrive at a charming restaurant where the musical and delicious traditional food awaits.

Savor a delicious 3-course dinner and experience melancholic Portuguese Fado which is inscribed in the UNESCO Intangible Cultural Heritage lists. Since the mid-1800s Fado has delivered soulful songs that are somber yet exciting. Cherish this powerful music as you enjoy your meal with wine or water, and coffee or tea.

Leave the restaurant as your tour ends. Then, continue to explore on your own or head back to your hotel via cab, on foot, or by metro. Ask you guide and they will give you directions.

Customer Reviews

Jason R

5 star rating: Highly Recommended September 2016

Dani did an amazing job taking us around Lisbon and giving us not only a sense of the city but also its history and the people who live there. She is obviously passionate about her city and her enthusiasm was infectious. We had an amazing walking tour and would absolutely recommend to anyone else.

Rvitaglion

5 star rating: Highly Recommended August 2016

Our tour was absolutely fabulous! Our guide Joanna was Perfect! She was knowledgable. She cared about our interests and wants! Her English was great! She took us the fabulous spots for tasting of Ginga, and photos. She was the best!! Now about the restaurant that too was top notch. Soup, tapas, wine, wine, wine, and dessert! And the Fado music was Devine! Great choice for a tour!

Jesse S United States of ... 

5 star rating: Highly Recommended July 2016

This was a great tour that i highly recommend any traveler to Lisbon to take. a Fado show with a historical tour of the parts of Lisbon where Fado began is an amazing cultural experience. Dinner is included as well as a nice bottle of wine and some truly beautiful singing by very talented Portuguese women. We took our tour and show on our last night in Lisbon and it was a great conclusion to what was an amazing vacation.

Michael J

5 star rating: Highly Recommended June 2016

Our group tour guide was incredible, very knowledgeable and added tremendous insight into Lisbon and the history of Fado. The show and dinner confirmed all that she had said.

R E L

5 star rating: Highly Recommended April 2016

Fabulous tour. Thanks to our very knowledgable and charming guide Tiago. Very moving fado music and lovely meal.

Jacqueline I

4 star rating: Recommended October 2016

FUN EVENING ... FOOD NOT GREAT THOUGH!

Cesar A

4 star rating: Recommended July 2016

The Fado show was nice, the walking was not interested, the tour guide was nice!

Iain H

4 star rating: Recommended August 2015

Our guide Pedro was excellent, the food at the Fado venue was quite good. The Fado show was entertaining if not a little too commercialized. Would have preferred to see Fado in a more 'local' establishment instead of dinner theater.

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