Best of Lisbon Walk with Tapas and Wine tasting and Transportation
Best of Lisbon Walk - duration 3h
Tour the heart of Lisbon and learn how the city was destroyed in the 18th century by a tremendous earthquake and later completely rebuilt into the city you see today.
Check out the Obelisk in the Restauradores Square commemorating Portugal’s independence from Spanish rule in 1640.
Be amazed by the old Central Train Station's intricate Neo-Manueline architecture.
You will then find out about the 1974 Carnation Revolution while you tour Carmo Square, where Portugal’s old dictatorial regime fell after 48 years.
As you stroll through the Chiado, an elegant neighbourhood with old cafés, boutiques, theatres and bookstores you can taste the famed Nata pastries.
Lose yourself inside Alfama's old maze of small squares and narrow alleyways in the Moorish neighbourhood, the place time forgot. You will then pause at an old wine bar to have some wine and a tapa and tour Lisbon’s oldest church, Sé Cathedral.
Conclude your tour in the Comercio Square, which used to be the city's entrance hall and is one of Europe's most gorgeous squares.
This tour provides a singular opportunity to visit all central Lisbon's main sites and landmarks.
• Visit the Obelisk in Restauradores Square
• Enjoy the architecture at the Central Train Station
• Learn more about the Carnation Revolution at Carmo Square
• Stroll through Chiado
• Wander through Alfama
• Tour the city’s oldest church
• Visit in English
• Pastel de Nata (custard tart pastry)
• One Tapa and Wine tasting
• Guided visit inside monuments
Block-out dates Dec 25th; Jan 1st
CHILD AGE: 0-12